Thanks!Thats some strong, classic terrain.
I fully intend to continue edging all of the floor pieces I make, after all; I need places to hand ladders and put my railings!My problem on my models is there are too many floors to "reinforce" all of the edges of the floor. They look like metal plates rather than constructed ceiling/floors. Be careful not to go overboard.
That's a very cool idea indeed! I'm a big fan of terrain that impacts the way a game plays! And thanks for such kind words!Just read though the whole thread—impressive stuff!
If you ever decide to do another couple panels for your “Necromunda-wall” perhaps a huge vent that could be treated as hazardous terrain? It could activate at random times and suck players into its spinning blades? Just a thought!
Now a small update;
I decided to see if I could replace the solid walls of the old terrain with the bulkheads instead, and this is how that worked out:
And this is the new pieces stacked on top of the U shaped building:
And finally here is how it all looks together:
I am pretty sure this will not only save me a load of time to make the whole table; but also make the tower supports look so much cooler, so I have pretty much decided to replace all of the towers to work in the same way, its certainly a much more sturdy method than the clip I had in place for the 'solid wall' design. What do you guys think I should do; leave them solid? or replace with bulkheads?
Thanks for looking!