necromunda

  1. Basileus

    N17 Arbitrator’s Guidebook 2019-06-16

    All current Arbitrator’s Guideboo articles from Warhammer Community, printer-friendly created in GitHub style Markdown.
  2. Basileus

    N17 Apocrypha Necromundus 2019-06-16

    All current Apocrypha Necromundus articles from Warhammer Community, printer-friendly created in GitHub style Markdown.
  3. necromunda bases.jpg

    necromunda bases.jpg

    Necromunda Bases
  4. Ratskin Scavvy Technomutants

    Ratskin Scavvy Technomutants

    So i've got a batch of 30 completely kitbashed and converted Ratskin Scavvy Technomutants. Only white undercoat and dull grey wash on them at this point. Made these in 2017, yet to be finished...
  5. Pearl clay

    Pearl clay

    Found some pearl clay from a pound shop, and it's absolutely great stuff! Easy to shape and attach, plus it dries quick. It might not stick well to completely flat surfaces, but works just fine in nooks & corners. I'll propably paint these little pearly eggs pink.
  6. Goo paint / papier-mâché

    Goo paint / papier-mâché

  7. Goo paint / papier-mâché

    Goo paint / papier-mâché

  8. Goo paint / papier-mâché & electrical wiring

    Goo paint / papier-mâché & electrical wiring

    For burnt umber (=darker) parts I left the toilet paper out of the mix, but instead drenched sheets of paper in the mix to create kinds of roots or veins. Shaping and molding them was a bit tricky, so next time I'll try to use more glue and paper to thicken up the mix.
  9. Goo paint / papier-mâché

    Goo paint / papier-mâché

    Thick goo mixed from PVA, paint, toilet paper, fine sand and a few drops of dirty water. The burnt sienna coloured version of the goo is just the components mixed togehter and painted on with an old brush.
  10. Spackle, seashells & mushrooms

    Spackle, seashells & mushrooms

  11. Spackle, seashells, mushrooms & wiring

    Spackle, seashells, mushrooms & wiring

    More organic elements were being added here. Seashells from pound shop, wiring, papier-mâché balls and board game tokens for mushrooms.
  12. Spackle, seashells & mushrooms

    Spackle, seashells & mushrooms

    Growth on the doorways...
  13. Spackle, seashells & mushrooms

    Spackle, seashells & mushrooms

  14. Spackle, seashells & mushrooms

    Spackle, seashells & mushrooms

    Spackle was used to blend things together. Think I applied it with just fingers and shaped with some stick to match the surface textures of the seashells. Definitely nodding towards H. R. Giger, Tyranid organisms and Nurglesque lifestyle here.
  15. Textured paint applied

    Textured paint applied

    Mixed some PVA, paint (black, green and browns propably), fine sand and dirty water. Tried to avoid the more detailed bits and concentrated on covering the polystyrene parts, in case I decided to spray paint those pieces later.
  16. Graveyard for the empty paint bottles

    Graveyard for the empty paint bottles

  17. More details added to the walls

    More details added to the walls

  18. foam & filler

    foam & filler

    Melt the polystyrene with spray, add expanding foam & wall filler in places.
  19. More detail on the walls

    More detail on the walls

    ...hair curlers, marker pens, mini cassettes, electrical installation parts, plastic sprue cut-offs...
  20. Hot wire cutting

    Hot wire cutting

    Polystyrene offcuts were used to make concave support pieces for overhanging platforms. I'll cover them with cables or organic looking junk later. Another tip: use (for example) two dice to support the cutter on the table, and slide polystyrene sheets through it to cut "perfectly" level platforms!