Hi All,

I started this project 3 years as my reintroduction to tabletop gaming ( 25 year absence until a mate started 40K ),I originally quit playing just after Spacehulk's original release ( had Deathwing & Genestealer add ons ) and back then I always regretted not having a fully painted game and also would have liked to try making a 3D board,fast forward to present day and with all the amazing options available to Modelers today I got cracking on trying to right some wrongs of my youth.This is how far I am along with things,I still have to do a single T,L and X corridor section and have 2 T rooms to construct and a further 2 corner rooms to paint,I find that I work in fits and spurts with this and therefore cannot say how well or often for that matter I will update this thread,I just felt that given the lack of any recent activity here this might help stimulate some chatter ? Enough rambling here's the pics.....
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Went with Deathwing for my terminators
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I thought the yellow piping would work with the grey ( thank you Space wolves )
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Included some overpass piping to restrict taller minis if used ( Eldar War walkers etc...)
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Although I'd already purchased the 2009 'stealers ( twice thanks to re-re-release ) I couldn't resist "the Spawn of Cryptus"
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More recent photos
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Ditto.....
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Industrial piping breaks up the monotony a bit
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If you look closely you'll see I still have a LOT of tidying up to do
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But for now I'm happy enough to just try to get last pieces done

P.S this is my first thread so forgive the shoddy layout