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They look really good for more of a tyranid themed board. I don't think plants are really chaos style.
How did you make them?
Looks like simple garden center fake plants, you know, those little ones you put in with other fake stuff if you're too lazy to water your plants.
I agree though. Chaos should be lampposts with people hung from it.
Stakes with heads on them, sacrificial altars, but not flowers.
So, in this case, if you want Chaos, then, no, do not make more in this fashion.
they look great- although i agree they dont really say chaos to me, but any 40k board or a Lustria WHFB one would suit them, very alien and jungalist (guy)
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Yea, you have the jungle thing going on..But I guess they could be on-the-side from your major chaos terrain. I wouldn't make more though.
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I disagree, daemon worlds still have plants they're just horribly mutated and deformed. What if those started out as daisies, hmmm? With some creative painting I'm sure they would look sweet sitting in some ruins and such. If its possible make them carnivorous maneater plants with body parts hanging out of the jaws.
Nobody can say that carnivorous maneater tentacle plants don't scream chaos. Use em and make more, I say!
they could look like good little plants but someone walks past it and it eats them
maybe a baby maneater plant
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The imperial eagle I use was drawn on paper and I use that as a cutting guide onto a sheet of 1mm or 2mm vinyl. In the case of the bunker the vinyl cut out was glued directly to the terrain. In the case of the ammo bunker the part I cut out was used like a stencil with a spray onto the yard.
Im working on a tutorial right now, about 50% construction done, there will be templates, including the eagle. Im trying to prepare a bunch of new items and stock but Im hoping to have it done shortly.
Thanks for all the positive comments.