We’ve been playing smaller games on smaller boards to get an idea of what works and what does not. This is what is working for us as a decent amount of scenery for small games like kill team. The problem is, the table is split into two levels and certain models can’t get up onto
Some work in progress shots of the industrial scenery. These are intended for small skirmish games like Kill Team or Necromunda where vertical movement is a thing. For games like Infinity (where vertical movement is not abstracted) all pieces either have ladders or doors to denote entry/exit or scale points Hopefully the final versions will
These are the basic shapes of a new product: the fort. Each of these basic shapes will be able to have cladding from different factions added. The first faction I am working on are the orks.
These are WIP of full size art deco buildings (3″ floor height). They are in various stages of testing and having detailing added. They have a core of MDF and lots of card detailing. The idea is to finish the complete building then adapt them into corner ruins. I prefer the corner ruins to look
These are some test cuts for a new set of industrial terrain. The idea with this will be to be able to create a multi-level battlefield that is accessible to all (or at least most) units. All the walkways are at least 60mm wide and I am working on ramps to allow smaller vehicles (bikes,
The ork mek hut is coming along nicely. I just need to do the build instructions and then we are good to go. These are the parts although I will make some small tweaks to the final production run. Put together it makes a nice piece of scenery that is easy to interact with I’ve
The scrap shacks have been redesigned and repackaged. They are now one set which includes 3 small huts and one large hut The set includes corrugated card as well, for extra customisation options See them in the shop here: http://www.lasercutcard.co.za/shop/faction/ork
A quick and easy paint job for the shipping containers has been added to the PAINTING GUIDES page here: http://lasercutcard.co.za/painting-guides/painting-shipping-containers-10min-no-airbrush/
Here’s an idea of what an entire table made just of the shipping containers could look like Hard, angular, gritty lines of sight Multiple levels using the container accessories The gaffer and his canid guard the scrap heaps dilligently The Guv is renowned for starch that does not come from corpses Mother Trucker deals
Straight off the bat I can tell you two things: LaserCutCard is not going to be getting into 3D printing Traditional injection moulders have nothing to fear from 3D printers Having said that, I am interested enough in the technology to want to try it out but not interested enough to actually invest in it.