Post by highlandpiper on May 30, 2011 22:18:54 GMT -7
I've made some modifications to my Bastions so it will be slightly more towards looking like the GW version. My last one was too chunky on the bottom.
The first two pictures are the first version and the last textured picture is version two skinned with textures from the video game Dawn of War II: Retribution.
The new version will still follow the same modular template allowing for walls (which you can't do with the GW Bastion) and grand fortresses. The first three skins will be Imperial Guard, Space Wolves, and Chaos (Black Legion).
Here is the white build from Version 1 so you can see that it is very sturdy.
Next project is Bunkers, followed by Concrete trenches, Laser Fences, Pringles Industrial/Necromunda complex, and hopefully Capillary Towers.
My Ultimate goal is to figure out how to put my paper models into UCM 2 or 5.
Expect more pictures soon as I need to get these done for my summer campaign I'm running. I'm hoping to prove that a full paper terrain board can look just as amazing as traditional wargaming terrain.
A friend of mine, knowing that i'm in the paper world, asked about "complex" (not just obstacles or little bunkers) for his WH40K games. Other than the Finger & Toe models, i did recall this one.... is it in any playable state?
Thanks to both. Problem is that my friend, being a WH40K, wants "beautiful" things. That Omega outpost is a bit "poor" on the texture side, while the Ebbles building are "just good enough" (my friends words). Given the actual quality of what exist now, i'd tend to agree, even if i like the Ebbles one.
The project of this thread was really promising....
... but for what should i googling for ? I keep finding walls, containers and dragon teeth, not "complex" structures.....