So I'm going to do my Project logs here. Despite the thread title I will not be placing them in Alphabetical order.

I use a wide range of materials but mostly PVC board, Mat Board, and Cardstock. I'd like to use plasticard but it is too expensive for me. I also want to branch out into other forms of terrain making. I don't make the neatest builds, or the most detailed. I also don't describe things very well.

Modular Bastion- I started out with Google Sketchup 6 to make a modular Imperial Bastion.

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Now the thought was to use magnets or something so I can just make a ton of pieces and then just snap them together, I'm still working on that part.


I test built one out of Cardstock using textures from Dawn of War II
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Then I started making one from 2mm and 1mm Mat Board (picture framing mat)and cardstock.

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I decided I wanted a taller bastion tower after the initial test so designed a taller one.

Now I'm trying to figure out how to make the bolters for the Bastion and other weapons like the Quad gun and Las Cannon. I'm thinking of using a fine texture Spary then prime over it before painting it.