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Here's my work in progress reactor. As you probably don't know I've only recently returned to playing 40k (2 wins in 2 games :biggrin and so my terrain efforts were focused mostly on fantasy. Now while some is generic (hills walls etc) its nice to have some 40k specific terrain. I'd started to save a lot of my 'diabetic bitz' (caps from needles, lancet caps and various odds and ends) I then noticed the empty jar of emolient cream (its like a moisturing cream you can get a jar of for about £3 in Boots) which was empty. I stuck them together with a hot glue gun. I saved lots of bitz and then came up with the following;
here is a breakdown of the bits used ;
I used a hot glue gun to piece it together on a sheet of foamcard which was then textured with sand. It was primed with black and blue primer. It still needs a lot of priming. The capicitor and power socket came from an old computer CPU.
While I'm not expecting everyone to have the same access to 'diabetic needle covers' or even cpu bits, this is more to show what can be done with some interesting geometric shapes, a hot glue gun an a bit of imagination. I primed it with a blue car primer and then chaos black on the ground trying to keep it neat. However, it is not properly primed and needs a bit more. Again, due to the fact that I'm emigrating next week I'm going to have to leave it behind and it will be the last chance to show it to anyone.
Very nice! I know it's early in the process, but if I might comment, I would make sure that the bottle cap of the orange bottle is well hidden, because it is instantly recognizable. Just for the same reason that Coke cans are recognizable. They just are.
But thumbs up. This will come out great!
Hit eit steg
og dit eit steg.
Så vandrar vi fram på skuleveg.- An old viking war chant
It will have to have some rubble and things hiding it!
Very nice, just watch the use of batteries. Leaking battery acid is no fu for anyone and paint doesnt seal it in. I know this one from experience.