This new tower design has more options to open up the interior with some double height level supports. This makes it easier to get hands into the tower to get at models and move them around.
The look of the tower with the opened up sides makes for a nice variation on the tower theme.
I have a new version of a landing platform that sits between two Industrial Processing (Pringle) Towers. This has more detail than the original version and looks much better.
I have seen old computer fans used before in wargames terrain, so the last time I scrapped a PC, I ripped out the fan (and several other bits).
I built an MDF housing for the fan to fit in with the rest of the industriral terrain I have been working on.
I can hook up a battery to the fan and it works.
Over the last few weeks, I have been very busy making mdf industrial terrain to fill a 6 x 4 table.
For one of the sections, I decided to add some LEDs, and make a landing platform.
It seems to be a bit brighter than I thought it would be.
But when a nice big flyer is plonked on it, the effect if cool with the lights illuminating the underside of the vehicle.
I may well be adding some more lights…
In this week of remembrance, it seems appropriate to post a picture of the finished Salute models from last year painted and based.
I hate to admit it, but several years ago I bought a brilliant trench system from Kalistra…and then did nothing with it.
This is a modular system that will easily stretch the width of a four foot table. I want to add some more balsa planking to the duckboards and make it a bit more messy.
So having finally bought a compressor for my airbrush, I feel that I can have a go at painting it up so we can try some plan some storm the trenches games for Bolt Action, Konflikt 47, Dust and Steam Wars.