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  1. #11

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    I present you my humble attempt at the PS foam carving technique.




















    For more pictures, here is the link to the full article on the blog SimpleAsWar

    For all the experts out there, what do you think? Any advice for my next XPS foam buildings?

    Kibo
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    Very nice table, and cool stuff on the blog

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    Thanks! I do my best to make this kid dream comes true

    I love working with wood, it's such a fantastic materials! I've done a few things in wood for the first module of the Malval table: two bridges, a fence, a stairs and a few ladders.

    For painting, I mainly used the wash and filters of the wood weathering set from Ak-interactive* and it works very well I think.












    Do you have other ideas of wood scenery I could make for this Mordheim table?

    For more pictures, here is the link to the full article on the blog SimpleAsWar

    Kibo
    #SimpleAsWar
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    Voila! The first module of my modular Mordheim table is done and I'm quite happy of the result. Actually, taking the pictures and writing this article filled me with satisfaction. This is one of these moment in our hobby where you can pause for a minute and really appreciates all the hard work and dedication you put in your project. I'm very happy to have succeeded in achieving this intermediate hobby goal within the "Malval table project" and this makes me even more motivated for the three upcoming modules.




















    For more pictures, here is the link to the full article on the blog SimpleAsWar

    I still have plenty of details to add and paint but I will keep them for the very end of the project as I think this module is already good enough to see some actions!

    Kibo
    #SimpleAsWar
    https://www.facebook.com/simpleaswar

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    That's really impressive. Excellent work!
    Kabal of Venomed Dreams

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    Now that the painting of the first quarter of the table is done, I came back to some basic woodworking to make the structure of the three remaining modules.*To change a little bit, instead of making undergrounds, I made a few caverns for two of the modules.












    So much work left, that's almost discouraging... but only in death does duty ends!

    For more pictures, here is the link to the full article on the blog SimpleAsWar


    Kibo
    #SimpleAsWar
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    So yes, I decided that the cavern needed some lightings. And thus, I went on the web looking how to install LED lightnings. I choose blue and red LED because I wanted to have a lugubrious unnatural atmosphere for this cavern that will be underneath the graveyard. Sounds very Mordheim to me ^^
















    For more pictures, here is the link to the full article on the blog SimpleAsWar

    I also took a video of the table but I didn't find an easy way to insert it here so I will post it on the facebook page if you want to see it.

    I know it's hard to imagine the final effect, but what do you think of the LED colors? and also what color should I go for the cavern walls?

    Kibo
    #SimpleAsWar
    https://www.facebook.com/simpleaswar

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    Quick update today about the painting of the cavern underneath the graveyard. I went with a dark yellow color which I thought would be a good compromise to keep the cavern dark but not too much. With the LED lightnings on, this looks a little bit awkward but that's exactly the kind of feelings I imagine one Mordheimer would feel exploring this damned city.












    Kibo
    #SimpleAsWar
    https://www.facebook.com/simpleaswar

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    I worked on the module with the Basilica. For those who remember one of my initial post about the Kits & Bits I had selected for the Malval table, the Basilica will be based on the*Roman ruined church*kit from Fenryll.*There will be also a secret access to the cavern underneath, leading to the graveyard. More on this later




    For more pictures, here is the link to the full article on the blog SimpleAsWar

    I still haven't decided what color to paint the Basilica. Should I stay with the same color? or should I go with something a little bit different than the other buildings?

    Kibo
    Last edited by Kibo; 10-20-2017 at 03:24 AM.
    #SimpleAsWar
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  10. #20

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    Nothing new nor fancy today, but I finally painted all the buildings of the three remaining modules. I strictly followed the same color scheme than for the buildings of the first module and I'm very happy because there is virtually no difference between them.






    For more pictures, here is the link to the full article on the blog SimpleAsWar

    Kibo
    #SimpleAsWar
    https://www.facebook.com/simpleaswar

 

 
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