Saturday, April 19, 2014

15mm SciFi Buildings Done! (Mostly)

I still need to finish the bases, but my SciFi buildings are done...mostly. At least they are painted well enough to put on the table and game with.  They turned out pretty good, if I do say so myself.
Three buildings.
Power station or Refinery.
Communications center.
Barracks or Warehouse.
I had some old decals from WH40K and used them on the doors for a bit of extra detail.
I tried painting the circular window in the door to make it look "reflective". A mixed result.
I tried the same thing on this door.
A shot of the roof of the Refinery/Power Station.
Roof of the Communications Center.
Side of the Warehouse/Barracks.
These will be used as part of an Earth Force base.  Eventually I will make other parts like sandbag walls, bunkers, defense turrets, etc. but this is a good start.

That's it for now. Until next time, carry on!

14 comments:

  1. Job's a good 'un, I'd say. Well done, Ironmonk. They have turned out really well.

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    1. Thank you! Now we will see if I ever get the time to have a game with them. : /

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  2. Very effective, I'd say. I'm now wondering which bits of left-over packaging I can turn into sci-fi buildings myself...

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    1. Almost anything can work. The GZG bits can turn anything into a passable model.

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  3. Nice work sir.
    Look great with a lick of paint.
    Like you said, a good start.

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    1. Thank you. I have some ideas for stuff to add for an Earth Force base - one other building is already in process. I also will be getting some stuff together for a Sahadeen encampment.

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  4. Excellent work those additional doors vents and stuff make it look amazing. Nice one mate!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, the GZG building bits make these models. They wouldn't look nearly so good without those excellent bits.

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  5. They're looking great. The attention to detail and the extra colours really make them 'pop'

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    1. Thank you! I'm pleased with how they've turned out and the many positive responses.

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  6. Considering how these started they have come out incredibly well.

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    1. From trash and bits, to modeling glory! Thanks!: : )

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  7. Man, these structures are neat.

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    1. I'm glad you like them. Thanks for taking a look and taking time to comment.

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