Wednesday, December 11, 2013

A Necromunda Terrain Retrospective, Part 3

It truly is amazing to see everything I put together in 2007-2008 in one place now. I really needed a significant amount of terrain to cover a 4'x6' table for the community games. And here's that table...


This is one thing I'll give the ghost up on right away. Unfortunately, this was lost when my wife and I moved off of Granville St. and was probably turned into garbage or was re-purposed by one of the artists who lived in that building as a canvas. Or maybe a coffee table. Or maybe they hung it "as is" on the wall as some modern art piece. Those people were a little bit odd....

Church of the Red Redemption (...has a detailed interior as well)




The Manufactorium (the biggest piece I've done to date)


Blast furnace "window" (with real light up action!!)


Removable Smokestack



I always get at least one smart ass every time I've brought this out that asks "A smokestack in the Underhive - where does it vent to?". Uh, it vents to the dome its in. The Underhive is the crumbling foundation of a proverbial Tower of Babel, populated by merciless gangs who live amongst toxic waste. I don't think curbing air pollution is high on their list of necessities.


Gatehouse




Walkways



Runabout & Trailer



Inquisitor Statue



Wall Guns



Astartes Statue (weathering)


Well, that's about it for now. It was fun looking back and remembering how much fun I had designing that initial batch way back when. Check back though, because once the current batch is complete, I'll share pics about what's survived and what hasn't.

1 comment:

Nick (Yetischool) said...

I am glad to see those pictures up again. I've been meaning to get a similar project started on my own. O hope to get to it this year. I did have some questions for you. From the pics, it's hard to tell what size stairs and ladders you use. Is there a standard size you prefer? Are the stairs large enough to hold a miniature or do you play around them?

Thanks,
Nick