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Finished Promethium Forge bulkheads for Kill Team

Kill Team Terrain MDF Terrain

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Hi everyone, just wanted to post my mostly finished Promethium Forge bulkheads all painted up for Kill Team.  Overall I think it is good stuff, but be sure to use the wax so that you can disassemble it.  Here's a link to my blog with more pictures: http://chapterapprov...-kill-team.html

 

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Good job.

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Thanks, its not amazing or anything, but I really liked how the hazard stripes turned out.  I used the salt + hairspray paint chipping technique.


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Looks like a fantastic set of scenery for Kill Team, lots of different heights to fight at and effect line of sight. 

 

The consistency of the hazard stripes is great, did you use tape to get the lines straight or is it freehand?


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Thanks, no tape, but there were laser-cut lines in the MDF so probably doesn't classify as freehand.


Edited by Doombob, 15 June 2019 - 08:51 PM.

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