More terrain. This time it's all re-purposed 40K stuff. I'll start with the Munitorum Armoured Containers.
I shaved off all the skulls from the sides of the containers. The gothic architecture is still a dead give-away, as are the servo-skull door controls. I left the corner hawk-head hooks off them too. Means they won't stack well, but they also won't snag on gamer's sleeves while they move miniatures around. Otherwise they look pretty good. Setting this shot up gave me a couple ideas for scenarios. Looks like I'm gonna need a bunch more so I can have a proper maze.
Here are some old scatter terrain pieces. Most of these are out of the 3rd edition 40K box. I've used the barricades and tank traps many times in the past. I could never decide how to paint them, so I just used them primed black. I'm really happy with how the rust effect turned out. Now I have to avoid overusing this technique. A little rust goes a long way, even in the Grim Dark. But especially in a galaxy far, far away.
Most of the barrels are the old 40K ones. The rest are Tamiya 1/32 scale WWII models. I'm not saying they're perfect, but you have to look hard to see the difference. At table distance the differences willbe completely lost. There are 15 barrels in this shot. You'd think that would be enough, but now I want some more. It never ends.
I probably should have posted these in my 40K thread, but chances are I will use these for Star Wars games a lot more then I ever will for 40K. (Then again, there is Shadow War: Armageddon. The distractions are strong with this one.) Let me know what you think.