Necromunda Greppy's Plog Thread

Greppy

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Hi!

My name is Greppy and I'm a Necroholic and I'd like to start this thread to share what I'm working on.

I recently finished, and currently running a homebrew campaign with handmade Laser cut terrain at my FLGS. I've enjoyed making the terrain so much I'm already working on my own Zone Mortalis system and preparing for a Assualt on Precinct Fortress 17 mini campaign later in the summer and potentially starting my own studio.
 
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Here is the 3D model for my first ZM tiles. It'll be made of 3mm MDF and a 1mm greyboard layer, hopefully I can get a few cut soon :D

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I've also been getting ready for the Ash Wastes. I'm not decided if I want to take my beloved Eschers or my new Badzone Enforcers gang into the wastes.. regardless I got building my Cargo8 and purchased some interesting cloaks from Anvil Industries to try on my models. They fit the Enforcers quite well, but they are a bit bulky for the Eschers models, some of them fit okay (not pictured).. they look okay at arms length which is where they will spend most of their time.. I'll have to see if I can shape them a bit around the necks.

 
Welcome to the Tribe! Lovely progress so far how about FDM printing the boards? I’ve no knowledge of FDM but if my resin printer had a big enough build plate it’d work.
 
Looking good, the cloak seems a little small for the Enforcer but the Eschers are a great fit.
 
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Welcome to the Tribe! Lovely progress so far how about FDM printing the boards? I’ve no knowledge of FDM but if my resin printer had a big enough build plate it’d work.
Thanks! I can't say, I've never used 3d printers really. I do have a 1,000mm x 700mm laser though and it's much faster than 3d printing, 6 of these tiles will take ~an hour to make and each tile is 300mm x 300mm (12x12 inches) and has minimal cleaning, just PVA glue them together and go!
 
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Ok, the trick with the neck is to cut out ALL of the neck and leave the collar of the undershirt, then basically any head with a normal rounded bottom fits in there. I did a couple, super easy.
 
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Ok, the trick with the neck is to cut out ALL of the neck and leave the collar of the undershirt, then basically any head with a normal rounded bottom fits in there. I did a couple, super easy.
Do you have an example to share?
 
Do you have an example to share?
Sure. This is my old thread... not so much old as I haven't played or anything in forever so it kinda needs an update.
But anyway, this post and the next should be pretty self explanatory. But if you have any questions, ask away.
 
You could honestly just basecoat the mdf base and parts in a dull grey and it would probably be ok to play on.