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On bolter and chainsword i was browsing and stumbled across this thread and wanted to share it with everyone.
Read it all the way through or skip to the end your mouth will be open in amazement.
When i saw the final thing my chin nearly hit my desk
Imperial Fortress, scenery 'n stuff - hot foam heaven! - The Bolter and Chainsword : A 40k Space Marine Resource
Very nice, though I still dont like using that type of foam.
I love Bugbait's freaking awesome fortress, he put so much work into it, it shows and i'll throw a rhino at both fortresses, and I bet Bugbait's won't have nearly as much damage. the plaster sets his off, shoing it looks LIKE stonework, not "represents" the stonework.
Bugbait, your fortress rocks..stop lowballing yourself.
Rome wasn't built in a day, Either should good scenery.
Bugbait, never, EVER say your work isn't good. I found this of yours and it is simply awsome:
If its ok with you, may I copy this design? I love it that much!
I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand
Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.
Thanks Guys!!! one day it will get repainted even better!
@Phoenix Lord, go for it! there is a template down that page for the main uprights that might help.
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ok, both fortresses are excellent, as is all your stuff by the look of it bugbait.
Good find Randalf. Reppy all round.
Anyone who can take expanded polystyrene and make something that looks presentable, let alone as impressive as these two deserves my respect.
If asked I'd say the one from B&C is better, not because it is, (they are on a par tbh), but that bloke has a lot of weapons!!