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Small update, this time on the base. 

Got some color on the undergrund cave, painted (a lot) of cracks in the concrete and some rusty reinforcement bars. 

 

 

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Progress.. More work have been done on the landscape. Mainly rusty machine parts. Some more of it will be painted and chipped,  using the technics descriped in this thread; http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/81707-a-journey-into-rust-pic-heavy/

I have also painted cracks in the concrete and a ripped off Tau leg in the mud, wich will be partly corvered in water effect.

But time is closing in, and I havent really startede on the big tyranid yet. Hope I will get it done in time.. 

 

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Mainly just details this time.. 

Added running slime from the big pipe and a leaking small pipe, made from pva-glue colored with paint in many layers, among other details. I also started on the yellow crane arm, it still need to be chipped and streaked. 

I have added more blood to the shooting Tau, also made off pva glue. 

 

Homemade tyranid also got paint, its carapace is not done. I originally planed on a similar color scheme as the small ones, but I simply could not make the paint work, maybe partly because of the primitive sculpt. In hindsight I should have spent the money on a big tyranid from GW or any other monster. I am really happy with the terrain, but this one is not really that great.. 

Anyway here is the pictures.. 

 

 

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This looks amazing!

 

Keep in mind that with a scene like this one can never add too much small debris or rubble.

You might want to take a look at WWII and Modern Urban Warfare Dioramas for inspiration.

 

So far, this is a winner!

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2 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

This looks amazing!

 

Keep in mind that with a scene like this one can never add too much small debris or rubble.

You might want to take a look at WWII and Modern Urban Warfare Dioramas for inspiration.

 

So far, this is a winner!

Thanks you for the kind words. 

I do look a lot on WWII and other historical dioramas.. 

The competition I want to enter this in to, is mainly historical pieces, but they do have fantasy and even a Warhammer class. But Im in a bit of doubt wich class I should enter as there is also a specific diorama class.

But first I must finish it :o) 

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