Monday, 19 November 2012

40k Terrain Golem Style!

Recently at Golem we've been spending some time kitting out our Gaming Room with some nifty sci-fi terrain. We've got a mixture of scratch built and kit ruins, some improvised barricades, and the wrecked Aquila from the old Warhammer 40K starter set, all painted up and based consistently so they fit in with our 2 new gaming tables.

Thomas Moore's Imperial Fists stand ground as Matin Hall's rampaging Ork boyz clamber over obstacles including a crashed Aquila and pipework to the anticipated slaughter ahead.

 Mike Mee's Necrons lead by a fearsome C'Tan Shard of the Nightbringer have taken up a defensive position amongst city ruins.

Having secured an ancient Imperial ruin, Tommie Soule's Space Wolves are ready for anything that comes at them!

Next up, we'll be turning our attention to Fantasy terrain, and have some town houses, woods and hills planned. I'm also going to realise an ambition I've held for ages and build a coaching house like the old one that was always featured in White Dwarf.

If you'd like to learn the ins and outs of making your own scenery quickly, cheaply and having it looking cool, then our Terrain Making Masterclass in February 2013 will be right up your cobble effect street. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for full details coming soon!

As always, if you like what you see and want to commission us to paint some of your terrain, just get in touch!

Mark Elsdon



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