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40k, Wasteland Gaming Table Showcase


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 I remember posting pictures of my WIP "Imperial Vault". That project got a lot of love, so I kinda decided to expand it in to a full blown 6-4 table!

 

 

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Awesome! Nothing quite like a good table!
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Lovely table! How did you do the rocks? There is waaaay to few terrain treads here in this forum!
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Some of the smoother pieces to the end look like drift wood. Definitly some cool pieces. I never thought about using drift wood before, but now I'm definitly going to keep an eye out for suitable pieces.

But the ones at the beginning that are more jagged. I'd like to know how those were made. They look very natural. Which when building stuff like that, there can be sort of an "uncanny valley" equivalent with scenery. By that I mean like you'd find, especially in old cinema where a cave or rock face clearly looks fake.

And I absolutely agree. There isn't enough terrain and table content on the B&C. I'm guilty of the same. Ive started a number of topics discussing it, but never got around to making anything.

I'll rectify this ASAP.
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Awesome! Nothing quite like a good table!

 Thank you ^^D

 

 

Lovely table! How did you do the rocks? There is waaaay to few terrain treads here in this forum!

 Thanks! Pictures can explain how I did them much better then me xD

 

 

Some of the smoother pieces to the end look like drift wood. Definitly some cool pieces. I never thought about using drift wood before, but now I'm definitly going to keep an eye out for suitable pieces.

But the ones at the beginning that are more jagged. I'd like to know how those were made. They look very natural. Which when building stuff like that, there can be sort of an "uncanny valley" equivalent with scenery. By that I mean like you'd find, especially in old cinema where a cave or rock face clearly looks fake.

And I absolutely agree. There isn't enough terrain and table content on the B&C. I'm guilty of the same. Ive started a number of topics discussing it, but never got around to making anything.

I'll rectify this ASAP.

 Which ones do you mean? The small hill?

 

 
 
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 And in this video, there was a step by step showcase on how I did the Vault
 

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