Making a scene

My #NewYearNewArmy this time round is what is often referred to as ‘the third army’ i.e. terrain.

I was given the Killzone: Munitorum Hub for Christmas by my long suffering wife, which has supplied me with a bit of terrain to build and also a nice cardboard mat which connects (on one side at least) with the Sector Mechanicus mat that the youngest got in his KillTeam starter. This gives us an Imperial city style board for up to 1,000 points, which is the maximum space we have on the table too.

I’ve built the Containers and given them a quick paint up. As I sprayed them blue this time, they are a different shade to the other one I painted. We’ll have to wait and see if I can manage to stand this minor incongruity…

Earlier in the week, I also painted up the set of Ryza ruins that I picked up last year from the Conquest Magazine back issues.

They’ll do for some low ruins cover.

Now to get the crates and barrels done for some scatter pieces.

2 thoughts on “Making a scene

  1. Good job on the containers. I’ve built and painted 3 containers myself but didn’t enjoy the process so not had the motivation to do more. For me, terrain can make or break a game and I love a fully painted table.

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    1. I didn’t really enjoy these to be honest and I don’t know why. The kit has a really good level of detail, but I found myself rushing to get them done. While terrain really enhances the experience, it’s difficult to build the same enthusiasm for it.


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