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For this winter's Wrath of the Righteous (Imperium vs everybody), I've taken it upon myself to build a city board for the Kemi II scenario. For those who don't know, Kemi II is a Tau vs Guard scenario. The Tau have pretty much taken control of the government and have established an outpost in the capital. Imperium gets pissed, BT Marshall comes down with some Guard to hand out some platters of a**. Or get platters of a** handed to him, whatever happens.
Anyways, the board. I'm making it 4x4. It's going to have 4 modular chunks of terrain, each with a building or something on it. I wanted to have two of them as shattered Imperial buildings, one as a large Tau building and one a large Tau landing pad. I'm also going to make some small bits-barbed wire, tank traps, whatever-that can be thrown around.
Anyways, I'm looking for inspiration, tutorials and the like. Yes, I've already seen the Tau city article on GW's website, Terragenesis and the Cardboard City article. However, if anybody has any other articles and the like for Tau buildings or city terrain in general, I'd love to see it.
Burn the land and boil the sea. You can't take the sky from me.
Member of the Canadian Clan, eh.
Mech Tau Cadre: 2000 points, needs paint and magnets.
Paladins of Avalon (SW):-1500 points, needs paint.
take a look at los angeles international airport (L.A.X.) for some inspiration for the tau.
WARMASTER of the SCHOLA PROGENIUM Alnwick Chapter (soon to be the world)
use the ice cube trays and fill them with modle magic/clay what ever then just before there dry take them out and use a pencil and other odjects to make them look battle scared allso card board is a great way to create biuldings and for insperation for tau terrian look at airports ect. but imerial terrain look at Phili (new jersey)