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Waggerz
post Jan 25 2012, 12:29 AM
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For this modeling diary I'm going to show off some gaming tables I have built so far and add more later as I get more done.

To start with I have two tables that are pretty much done. An abandoned bordertown for 40k, and a rocky desert for use with 40k or fantasy. Both table have been constructed very cheaply with things from around the house and occasional special items.

I will be dragging both of these tables to Arcannacon this weekend!

More info on both these tables in posts to come.

Table #1
My first finished table!
Gaming surface is flat MDF covered in concrete paint.
Terrain is mostly cardboard packing shapes (mostly from guitar hero actually) covered in the same concrete paint.
A temple of skulls turned up as well so that went in too smile.gif

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Table #2
Abandoned Industrial area
Gaming surface is the same mdf as above, but has has thinner mdf paving stuck to the surfact to create an indented road.Again covered in concrete paint.
Terrain is made from foamcore and junk I've found around the house/work/wherever.

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40K Praetorian Guard (on hold) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=116546
Alpha Legion (complete) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=71055
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post Jan 25 2012, 12:58 AM
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Desert Table

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The board itself is 10mm thick MDF. While this is completely overkill for a gaming board I know its never going to warp. I've seen a few unhappy 6mm MDF gaming boards and did not want that to happen to me.

The surface was covered in a texture concrete paint, but the same result could be achieved with a bunch of pva glue and sand. The big advantage of concrete paint is that it literally sets hard as a rock. This paint can be found in hardware stores and can be quite expensive. I was very lucky to learn that my old man had a 10L drum of the stuff sitting in his shed he didn't want... (score!!!)

The terrain for this table was simply made by cutting up the cardboard packaging that came with Guitar Hero for the Wii and sticking it to thin MDF board. That circular bit on the top right is the exact shape of the Guitar Hero guitar smile.gif

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Care must be taken to ensure the MDF does not warp with the PVA glue.

Some holes needed to be covered over with cardboard patches or aper mache.

Once the glue was dry, each piece was covered with the textured concrete paint used on the table. Additional larger stones were added around the bases.

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Once this was left to set for a day, it was a simple matter of painting.

The paint I use are British Paint sample pots from Bunnings. The cost ~$8 for a half litre pot in whatever colour you want (except black).

I painted the terrain and the board with four layers of colour from a brown starter, dry brushing up to a creamy yellow. Unfortunately I was a bit heavy handed with the last coat of creamy yellow on the terrain pieces and they look a bit more like dessert than desert now. I will re-paint them on day. The worst case is this long one.

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The temple of skulls was painted in the exact same fashion as the other pieces but with a bit more care and attention given to the stone paving. Even the stone though got a light drybrush of the creamy yellow colour to tie it in with the table.

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There are also two of the CNC buildings I have had for years on this table. a quick brown spray paint and yellow drybrush was all the work they have had.

Overall I am satisfied with my first attempt at a fully themed table but it could do with some additions. A few patches of cacti for area terrain or an oasis would be good and add some colour to the board.

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I really should get pictures of the paint pots and the colours.

City table to be added tomorrow...

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Alpha Legion (complete) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=71055
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post Jan 25 2012, 06:53 AM
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Nice work, I'm about to embark on a similar project and was wondering if 12mm or 10mm would be sufficient.

The concrete paint is a great idea although do you think it looks 'textured' enough, were you happy enough with the result?


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post Jan 25 2012, 07:11 AM
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Great work!

Love that your made such great pieces from leftover video game packaging smile.gif


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post Jan 25 2012, 07:27 AM
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How much of the table is covered by the terrain. both tables looks pretty sparse for 40K and the rocks are not very usable for fantasy regiments how do they go?
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post Jan 25 2012, 09:42 AM
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I've played Fantasy on the desert table and we generally say that the large rocks are impassable. Works well in the games because it makes you think about your movement and positioning. It does hamper LoS pretty badly for warmachines but I play Dwarves and I managed so it can't be that bad.


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post Jan 25 2012, 10:30 AM
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QUOTE(Jimmy @ Jan 25 2012, 07:53 AM) *

Nice work, I'm about to embark on a similar project and was wondering if 12mm or 10mm would be sufficient.

The concrete paint is a great idea although do you think it looks 'textured' enough, were you happy enough with the result?


Well for my boards I never planned for them to leave the house so I figured heavy duty would be best. I always figure it's better to over engineer something then let it get stuffed up later. Having said that I am taking them to Arc so we'll see if my advice changes after then.

The concrete texturing is fantastic. You can clump it up or smooth it out, whatever you want to do. Just make sure you are happy with it before it sets or you need a chisel to shift it.

If I was to make the rocky parts again I would add a lot more clumps and bumps to the texturing to give them some more character. As it was I just wanted to get them done to see if I could actually make terrain smile.gif


QUOTE(Sync @ Jan 25 2012, 08:11 AM) *

Great work!

Love that your made such great pieces from leftover video game packaging smile.gif


I've gotten more use of of the Guitar Hero packaging than Guitar Hero itself.

For my city table some of the wierder things I have used are dry whiteout strip packaging and the tray from a printer. But more on them later.

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How much of the table is covered by the terrain. both tables looks pretty sparse for 40K and the rocks are not very usable for fantasy regiments how do they go?


Both tables are actually fairly crowded when everything is added. shoving all the terrain in a corner would cover at least 1/3rd for each table.

The desert table like I said could use some sort of flat area terrain which would make it better for fantasy, but so far the mates that have played on it seem to like it for being different. Having to think about what side of a line of rocks to move down makes for some interesting decisions (and my doomwheel hates them!)

The city table can suffer from the large roads and the lines of sight they give, but I've found it's mostly just how it looks. If you put the same terrain down (in the same places) on a board that doesn't have a clearly defined road it looks completely different.

They are all valid points but in the end I think people will be happy to play on tables that are a bit different. Feel free to suggest what I can add though!


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Alpha Legion (complete) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=71055
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post Jan 25 2012, 10:47 AM
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I do like the look of the terrain and it;s a great example of what you can make on the cheap as opposed to $100+ kits.

I always reckon people should make the terrain for nothing but that takes people time and they don't do it.

I think the main problem with the city table is the crossroads is in the middle of the table. Also there isn't enough rubble ro make it look like a ruined timeship.
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post Jan 25 2012, 11:12 AM
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City Table - surface

From the outset, I had just a few of goals in mind for this table. It must have roads lower than the ground to represent gutters. The roads must be a decent width! It must be designed to be modular for variety. It should also form a decent base for games of Necromunda at a later date.

In terms of modularity, I planned the roads so that none went off the short board edge. This allows me to reverse the board sectuins to either fight over a city block, or a crossroads. Very handy.

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To Create the pavements I used thin sheets of MDF stuck down using liquid nails.

Each pavement section is individually sanded on the edges to make sure the gaps show up through the textured paint and painting. The yellow gutter is also made from mdf cut to 5mm thiskness and sanded as well. This took quite some time to do but the effect was worth it. The same textured paint was applied over the whole board, but care was taken to keep the roads rougher than the pavement. I found the best meshod for controlling the texture was brushing it over with my hand (in a rubber glove) as it would not leave streaks like a brush. I used a pencil to keep the gaps in the pavement clear.

For painting, The whole table was undercoated black. Roads are Dark grey base drybrushed with lighter grey and then minimal white drybrush. Pavement is light grey just with the same creamy yellow drybrush from the desert table. Yellow for the gutters was applied then drybrushed with the sidewalk grey to weather it.

The table still needs some sort of road markings, I might get them done tomorrow before Arc or leave it as is for now.

Finally a mix of green and yelow flock was added randomly to the gaps over the table.

Surface done!

Next the buildings.

All buildings are made out of foamcore. I was lucky enough so salvage a MASSIVE novilty cheque from work that was going to be thrown out. It was so big it barely fit in my car folded in half!

I started with simple ideas and drew up the ideas on my computer. I think I used publisher for most of them just because it has nice simple click together drawing tools. If people are interested I can turn them into PDF's for people to use.

The plans were printed out and stuck onto the foamcore which made it a simple case of 'follow the line' for cutting. Pins and PVA were used in construction.

I'll go over each building seperately.

Workshop

This was my first building and is roughly based on an old job I had loading trucks while I was in school.
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Edges of the building were cornered with cardboard to hide the ends of the foamcore and make it a little more interesting.

Painting was done with that same creamy colour paint and a black wash I learnt to make from watching Viv's videos. As this was the first building I made the rusting isn't as over the top as the rest of the buildings.

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Posters have been added which I hope to add to all other buildings before arc.


Fuel Storage Tanks

I was determined to make something out of the giant foam balls that come from Riot craft stores so I came up wih the fuel storage tank. Foamcore was cut in an octagon shape around a hole which was measued to fit the foam ball perfectly. Even without glue that ball wasn't going anywhere. Strips of cardboard and pins make up the re-enforcing metal bands. Some bulkhead designs I had made up in publisher added the supports.

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I decided it was lacking something so I raided a plastic railway kit to make some supports from a crane model.

Painting took a few tries. I could never settle on what looked good.

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In the end a rustly black and red kept me happy.

The sign on the tank says "In case of Emergency, pray for deliverance". I will try to find the website I got them from to give credit.

The next storage tank was made out of a pringles container and some foam I had lying around. Textured paint was added to hid my bad foam cutting and bits from another terrain kit provided the supports and ladders.

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Again it took me a few goes to get the colours right and in the end settled on a surprising green...

More to come!
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40K Arbites Army (current) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=132589
40K Praetorian Guard (on hold) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=116546
Alpha Legion (complete) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=71055
Tables from Trash - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=130746
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post Jan 25 2012, 03:18 PM
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Slurm Factory

Another building constructed out of the foam core giant cheque. I had no plans for this building other than a few rough sketches. I just wanted a building covered in pipes with a reservoir of green slime at the base.

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It was built using the same rescued foamcore from my work and includes a couple of pipe bends purchased at bunnings.

Corners were sealed over with pain paper to hide the ends of the foamcore. Windows and doors were cut out after the building was constructed.

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The mesh walkway is made from half a drive bay taken from my computer case.

Railings and supports taken from the model train set I dismantled for the fuel storage rails.

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Painting was done with that same creamy yellow and washed with black wash. It looks a bit plain now but I'm not sure what I can add. Rust was added with a dark orange.

The slurm sign at the top still needs to be weathered.

Shop Front
The roof of the Shop front is the paper feed tray from an old inkjet printer. The rest of the building was based around the size and shape of the tray.

The brick like texture on the building was achieved using paper towel. This was something I had been wanting to try for ages and I think it looks pretty good.

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The red clear chimney is a plastic "test tube shot glass" which cost $2 for a pack of 8 from the reject shop. The clear chimneys on the back of the building are slushie drinking straws.

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I was not happy with the red brick finish on the building so it has since been re-painted to be grey brick. You can see it in some other photos. Will have to get a new picture of it. For now the picture from Ashers Eldar diary will have to do.

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Posters still need to be added smile.gif


The Well
The well was based around a conversation I had with someone at work after I stole their used up white out paper dispenser they were about to throw in the bin. They demanded to see pictures of whatever I made with it which meant I spent the rest of the work day coming up with ideas. I'd seen a similar well done somewhere else before so the decision was easy.

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The engine is from a Ferrari model car (Testarossa I think) and the well is a post pak tube with some cardboard strips for decoration. The frame over the well is made from purchased plasticard "I beam" and a lollipop stick. The chain is a piece of cheap jewellery trimmed to size.

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House Rule: The well counts as dangerous terrain. Any model falling down the well will henceforth be known as Timmy. smile.gif


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40K Arbites Army (current) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=132589
40K Praetorian Guard (on hold) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=116546
Alpha Legion (complete) - http://www.wargamerau.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=71055
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post Jan 25 2012, 03:19 PM
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Barricades and Billboards
As you can see from the pictures there are a large number of barricades made from junk. These are to help break up the large blocky buildings and add to the run down theme of the table. They were made with whatever I grabbed from my bits box and painted with whatever colour I had in my hand at the time.

Things like this machine thingy used to be old toys. I figured I could use it as a water still for Necromunda smile.gif

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The bollboards idea came from Pudding Wrestler over at http://terrainforhippos.blogspot.com/ Terrain for hippos, a great terrain blog with nice easy to follow steps. They were made from plasticard and bits box junk stuck on an old DVD.

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A slurm and a WGoL sign were obvious choices. The movie poster was sent to me by Asher with no idea where he got it.

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Very easy to make and add a lot of character to a table.


Power Core
The power core was created from a broken toy, a broken solar light, a broken salt shaker and a broken office chair.

The plastic base from the chair formed a perfect platform to hold the solar light, a mount was made to hold the LED and battery pack from the broken toy and the salt shaker lid went on top! All but one arch from the base was coverd with a wrap of cardboard.

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Best of all it glows smile.gif

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That ends the massive wall of text.

Updates to bits and pieces will follow when I get around to it.

Hope you enjoyed.


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post Jan 25 2012, 10:06 PM
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very cool

I wouldnt bother with marking the road, it looks very 'outpost' or outlaying township at the moment which I think suits the level of terrain used.
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post Jan 26 2012, 09:08 AM
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A very imaginative use of everyday materials. I am slightly envious of your creativity.


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And here they are as I left them at Arc smile.gif

The posters came out really well.

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This is extremely good dude. You make really good use of random things and pull it off. What I like most though are the billboards and posters. Billboards are amazingly simple and I think I shall steal that idea at some point smile.gif while the posters are so effective and brings the buildings alive; in a sense they have personality which is usually hard to achieve without going over the top.

Well done and keep it up smile.gif


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These look fantastic man. Always love a good recycling project that turns out gold


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How does the paper towel work?


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Awesome work, very borderlands feel to it.


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I hadn't even noticed my own diary had been bumped to the first page again. How slack of me.

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How does the paper towel work?


The building itself is made from foamcore just like all the other buildings and has the paper towel texture applied over it.

All it takes is the right texture of paper towel and some PVA glue and water. (will get a pic)

I just stuck the paper towel to the building with some pva and made sure it was as straight as I could get it (one of the chimneys isn't so straight). Then soaked the towel with watered down pva so it would set hard. You just have to be careful not to crush the texture of the paper towel when applying the pva mix.

Makes painting a breeze when you just have to dry brush smile.gif

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Awesome work, very borderlands feel to it.


Thats I got some of my inspiration so I must have done something right. biggrin.gif

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post Feb 14 2012, 08:16 AM
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You could use a spray bottle to apply the PVA/Water mix to prevent crushing the texture. Just bear in mind that it will cover everything...


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