Currently working on a grimdark version of a Peruvian cemetery. I feel this style of cemetery fits better with the idea of Imperial Army dying en masse, the cemetery seems to be more space efficient that way. A city of the dead, or Imperial Necropolis if you will.
To give you an idea of what a Peruvian cemetery looks like:
And here's my interpretation (early WIP):
And no cemetery is complete without some coffins:
I'll try to do some gravestones as well. I'd imagine that nobility and high ranking officers would probably get more 'comfy' graves rather than being stacked on top of one another.
One thing I'm kinda missing in the current 6mm scene is converting. Now that everybody has a home printer, they simply print whatever they want. Don't get me wrong, I'm not against 3D printing...why the hell would I otherwise do 3D design work. But I do miss the whole craft of 6mm converting.
So...I was pondering about making my big armoured gun morphing guys modular. Basically 5 bodies and then 10 different arms.
The walls allow for all sorts of bits to be crammed in them:
So whilst the tiles themselves are pretty set and standard, I have been making a wide array of possible wall setups:
I'd also like to develop theme based bits...
The library kit current consists of 4 wall bits (each containing different stacks of books) and a cogitator bank. I'd probably would like to add some separate piles of books that have been dropped on the ground.
This kit currently consists of a med-bed, cogitator bank, and locker. I'd like to add another wall panel with a surgical servo arm mounted on it, and maybe another bed variant that has some sort of MRI scan device on it. I'm still in doubt whether I should do the bodies of the patients separately or as part of the bed.
"Pocket Hulk" could be neat for 6mm. As for floor layouts, there are quite a few catalogues of the floor pieces for them, so as to be able to match tile for tile (creating 3D prints to match each old 2D card tile), if desired. That way all the old Space Hulk scenarios would already work with your new "board" pieces.