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My boy and his friends have started a WH40K group at school,and I was looking for an easy scenery project for 11 year olds.
To start them off,I was thinking of cereal package bunkers.
So far I have only been able to find a template for a hexagonal one,which may be too complicated for some of the kids.
I'm trying to find an assortment of templates for them to choose from,so if you can think of any links,I'd appreciate it.
Well, you could make a simple box but slope the sides a bit. It could be embellished with gun-ports, doors, butresses, stuff etc.
Make a templars cross, the middle part will form the roof while the sides are the walls, it can be elongated for a rectangular bunker. Shorter walls will make the bunker squatter.
(not actual plans )
IIRC, the GW UK site has bunker templates for cardboard/cardstock that's straight walls you can link together...
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