Last time on the blog I had mentioned I was out in the shed, setting up a playing surface for an up-coming game. I also said it took me an hour or two to do all this. In reality the table setup was just a half hour of rummaging in boxes and laying out a mat.
The remainder of the time was spent finishing off some neglected items that could then be used without too much personal embarrassment that they were still only half finished.
One feature of this table setup will be a landing pad (using my new plaza street blocks and stairs) with a flyer upon it. Said flyer is a Forgeworld Vulture that I originally owned about 8 years ago… Said flyer has just returned home as the lovely Veganman has been having a clearcut, and offered to sell it back to me. I suspect I may have mentioned to him, more than once, that I should never have sold in the first instance. It’s nice to have it back in the collection.
The majority of the setup time was spent on the addition of a little flock and paint to these Martian Base Entrances. They have been sat in their silver base colour for longer than I would like to admit, so it is nice that I can actually use them now.
A couple of control panels cover a hole that was for a post box that I chose to use elsewhere.
These are from Antenocitis Workshop and come with little printed screens that can be added to the resin casting. Nice easy touches that can be added to any wall, or entranceway, in this case…
2 thoughts on “Warhammer 40,000 – Table Prep, An Old Friend Returns Home And Some Newly Finished Scenery”
That is a lovely Mars inspired board. Ampleased that you have got your old aircraft back.
Thanks Pete. Its good to have her back. Sometimes the bad choices you make over the years can be rectified in time, if you wait long enough…