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What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/05 21:40:04


Post by: insaniak


After ten years of meandering aimlessly about from project to project over just shy of 50 pages, I decided it was time to retire my previous blog and start with a clean page on which I can meander aimlessly about from project to project once more without the distraction of a whole bunch of unfinished 10 year old projects that have taken on a life of their own and are now hiding in the laundry telling each other stories about how the creator will one day return and anoint the worthy with sacred pigment ...

I'm largely focused on Maelstrom's Edge these days, so a lot of what I am working on will obviously be related to that, but I also have a bunch of 40K projects in various stages of completion that I'd like to get finished off even if I have no intention of playing that game again, and a couple of boxes full of assorted minis from a whole slew of manufacturers that I've collected over the years just because I liked them and wanted to do something with them. So to kick things off, here's what I am currently working on:


Wazdakka!
It seems appropriate to kick the new thread off with the same miniature that started the last one. Although you could probably replace 'appropriate' with 'kind of sad'... But there it is. This was a conversion started a little over 10 years ago, back when Wazdakka had rules. Before the Dark Times...




Somewhere in the intervening time, he appears to have lost his power claw. I have a vague recollection of putting it somewhere safe to reattach it when I had time, so it's probably lost for good. So still to do - find or rebuild the power claw, rework the right arm a little to fix the dodgy musculature, finish sculpting detail around his waist, and finish off the detailing on the bike's guns. And paint it, obviously. But I felt that now that I'm no longer playing 40K, and he no longer has rules, it was the right time to get him finished!



Terra Firma Pattern Repulsor
A conversion I started back when the Repulsor kit was released, as I really didn't like it as a grav tank. I got busy halfway through painting it, so it's been sitting unfinished in the cabinet since then.







Mostly just detailing work to go at this point. It's being added to my Iron Wolves (Space Wolf) army.



Yi Ling, from Guild of Harmony
One of the afore-mentioned miniatures picked up just because I liked it. This is a mini from the (apparently now OOP) Guild of Harmony range, sculpted by Sebastian Archer. Bought a long time ago and left sitting in my to-paint pile until I felt I could do her justice.



Still a lot of work to do.


As-yet Un-named Goblin Pirate Boat
1:50 scale Revell Viking Ship, bought for me by my wife a few years back, after I had been trying to convince her that we should replace our car with a long boat (it seemed like a good idea at the time), and being converted for a crew of OOP Rackham pirate goblins bought back when Rackham went out of business.



A couple of minor details still to add (like a railing of some kind on the crow's nest) and then paint and rigging (which I will leave until after painting to make getting a brush in there easier).


And finally (for now):
Jet Pa'ku
Converted Pa'ku artillery model from Maelstrom's Edge. Converted the giant artillery weapon to a jetpack because, really, why wouldn't you?





Jet plumes added with shredded cardboard soaked in PVA glue. Rather experimental, but we'll see how they turn out...


As a completely out-there experiment, I'm going to try to keep the number of things I'm working on to a manageable number, and wherever possible finish something off completely before starting the next (which sounds like crazy talk, but seems like the only way to get the to-be-painted mountain down to a sensible level). We'll see how that goes...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/05 22:52:25


Post by: tzurk


Woohoo! Glad to be on the first page of the new blog. I always found your Maelstrom's Edge terrain inspiring, so it'll be good to be able to follow along with your miniature endeavours as well.

I saw the Pa'ku conversion in one of the Medge rumour threads, and straight away fell in love. I think it's great that you're able to show what players can do with the medge kits and a bit of time and effort.

just recently got back into the hobby myself - I played Orks in 3rd and always wanted to convert myself a Wazzdakka but never got around to it. Sad to hear that he no longer has rules, but excited to see him get a bit of love.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/05 23:32:51


Post by: Meer_Cat


Whew- I'm glad the Inter-regnum was short and sweet- glad to see what's first up on the workbench this time! Love the Yi Ling figure- nice sense of balance and grace to it, marvelous.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/05 23:55:14


Post by: monkeytroll


Good luck with the dual themes of minimum projects and finishing old before new

Not seen the terra firma repulsor before, I like that (obviously that was in my wilderness years, as I recall being shocked when I saw a marine grav-tank in someone's thread)




What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/07 19:41:49


Post by: insaniak


Cheers, everybody

One of the good things about the Maelstrom's Edge gig is that it means I'm constantly actually finishing stuff off... This week, it's the Jet Pa'ku:










More pics, and an assembly walkthrough for the curious is here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/769527.page#10300178


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/07 21:28:17


Post by: DV8


Subscribing, so I can get more involved, and so I can jibber jabber more online!

Love the Repulsor conversion! So much better than the grav version.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/07 23:20:13


Post by: Captain Brown


Nice Jet Pa'ku insaniak.

Cheers,

CB


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/08 06:44:04


Post by: insaniak


Cracking right on... New project:





Still a ways to go...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/10 06:02:17


Post by: insaniak


Coming together...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/10 13:04:26


Post by: Theophony


Subbing because flying Pa’ku and tracked grav vehicle .


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/10 16:06:22


Post by: DV8


OOH that's a cool looking display board. And multi-levels! I love multi-levels!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/10 17:41:41


Post by: youwashock


Flying frog is glorious. Bringing the Repulsor down to earth is another inspired move. Love them.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/10 18:20:23


Post by: Stormatious


Nice man, im going to try making terrain eventaully also, this is good.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/11 02:31:04


Post by: insaniak


Cheers, guys

Moving right along...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/14 20:38:41


Post by: insaniak


For this week's Comm Guild modeling article, I had a play with the new Epirian Boostpack models:









More pics and the full article here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/769944.page


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/14 20:42:17


Post by: Theophony


All I can see is a bunch of finger pointing on who let one rip


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/14 21:03:59


Post by: insaniak


"Nah, nah, it's just jet fuel, dude!"


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/15 05:06:58


Post by: insaniak


There's nothing quite like a good pipe...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/15 09:06:15


Post by: mcmattila


Your terrain work is always so inspiring! What will you be using this latest one for? Seems a little small for a game board, unless it's only a part..


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/15 20:44:17


Post by: insaniak


It's intended as a display board, to provide some different backdrops for photographing miniatures.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/17 05:23:46


Post by: insaniak


And some more...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/17 18:53:23


Post by: Sgt. Oddball


This is going to be an amazing piece


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/20 09:09:24


Post by: insaniak


I hope so...


A little more... The end is in sight. Well, for building, at least. Still need to get it painted



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/21 19:50:41


Post by: insaniak


The first part of the display board completed and article-ised:



Article here, or spoilered below:

Spoiler:

- by Iain Wilson



This week, I'm kicking off something a little different for the new year. It's a bigger project than normal, so I'll be spacing it out over a couple of articles, with the aim being to build a detailed display board to use as a backdrop for photographing miniatures. I wanted something that would have plenty of open areas for placing miniatures, and a few different contrasting areas to allow some variety in backdrops with just the one piece. And so 'Landing Pad 16' was born:













Normally when I'm building terrain, I have a rough idea in my head of what I'm going to build, and I just wing it from that. Because this one was a little more complicated, I started by sketching out a rough design, and then translated that into a 1:1 plan on a sheet of cardboard.















For the bulk of the structure, I chose to use foamed PVC sheet. This is a lightweight, but strong plastic material that is easy to cut and shape, and takes extremely well to superglue, which allows it to be used to build solid, detailed structures.



I took my plan and drew up a neater version on the PVC, and then used an exacto knife and steel ruler to cut it out.









I had a slight measuring mishap when scribing some panel lines on the floor piece. Rather than starting over, I just flipped the floor over, making the build a mirror image of my original design. The floor was layered, to allow for some depth in the detailing. With the floor marking out the basic shape for the structure, I could start adding the walls, shaping the PVC to the outline of the building.









The foamed PVC is quite flexible, but I added a curve to the landing pad wall by heating the PVC in boiling water, curving it around a biscuit tin and letting it cool. This wasn't super-effective, but gave it enough of a lasting curve to let it bend more easily to the required shape. Having the natural bend in there means that the PVC isn't trying to spring back as hard against the glue line, giving a more solid joint.









As with all of my Maelstrom's Edge buildings so far, detailing on this one is added courtesy of the Maelstrom's Edge terrain sprue. I created two hexagonal windows for the landing bay freight access corridor by gluing together pairs of trapezoid windows along their long edges.









As I built up the structure, the plan changed a little from the original sketch. I added extra access between the two sides of the board, and brought the detail on the 'reverse' side down from the roof to a first-level courtyard.









The courtyard needed some depth to allow for some staggered model positioning, so I added a couple of descending platforms on the rear, using layers of PVC to create the steps between levels.









I had planned for a groove to run around the top of the landing pad wall, which would theoretically serve as a runner for a retractable roof - I'm not building the roof, but wanted it to be implied for completeness. For the roof groove to have depth, this needed to protrude into the back facing of the wall, so I built up a box structure using layers of PVC.









The doors on the terrain sprue have detail on both sides, but as they're intended to be used on external structures they only have the framework on the one side. I created a double sided doorway by removing the frame from the rest of the door using a razor saw. On a second door, I cut the door itself out leaving the frame intact, so I could have an open doorway for the freight access.





















However carefully you cut and glue, you wind up with some gaps and rough edges. I used some putty to fill in wherever necessary, and once set used some fine sandpaper to smooth it down.









To give the walls some structural detail, I built up a recurring pattern using the support struts from the terrain sprue, and glued this on along the top and bottom of each wall. For curved walls, I carefully bent the strut to shape before gluing it in place.















Rather than having bare cement floors everywhere, I added tiles to the courtyard area using textured plasticard. By cutting out squares of tiles in a regular pattern, I inserted some decorative areas of smaller tiles - these will be painted up with the Epirian Foundation logo.









Using ladders from the terrain sprue, and posts cut from sections of the sprue itself, I added a handrail around the courtyard.









I left the handrail open in a couple of places, to allow some avenues for displaying models and show where the terrain would theoretically continue past the confines of the display board. I did extend the rail part of the way down the stairs, by cutting a piece of 2mm plasticard in a pattern matching the rungs of the ladder.









Down the other end of the board, behind the landing pad, I built some nice, hefty pipes using the large pipe fitting from the terrain sprue and some 13mm garden drip irrigation fittings.









I scattered some smaller pipes around the place using the small pipe fitting, some plastic tubing, and some more scrap sprue from the terrain sprue.









With all of that done, this side of the board is more or less done. There is still a little more gap filling and sanding to be done, and probably some more small details to add here and there. I'll need to add some sort of trim around the bottom edge to neaten everything up, but that will wait until the other side is finished so I can make it consistent.











































Stay tuned for part two, detailing the landing pad side of the board!





You can pick them up the Maelstrom's Edge terrain sprue, along with the rest of the Maelstrom's Edge model range from the webstore here.



As always, feel free to pop along and share your work, or ask any Maelstrom's Edge- or hobby-related questions on the Comm Guild Facebook page!



For other Maelstrom's Edge modeling articles, including tutorials and walkthroughs of a wide range of different building and miniature projects, check out the article roundup here.





What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/22 23:10:13


Post by: insaniak


I'm champing at the bit to get some paint on it... Other side is about 90 percent finished, so should hopefully be able to start painting by the end of the week.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/22 23:45:56


Post by: kestral


That terrain piece is REALLY nice. Great playability combined with making it look like an actual building rather than a playing piece.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/25 04:08:18


Post by: insaniak


Playing around with some final details...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/25 04:23:20


Post by: ingtaer


Wow, you don't do displays by halfs do you? Spectacular work. Looking forward to seeing you slap some paint on it (and posters, got to have posters).


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/25 06:59:25


Post by: Warboss_Waaazag


Stunning work. Really inspiring.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/01/28 19:56:06


Post by: insaniak


Slight break from other projects to whip up this week's modeling article for the Comm Guild - a quick and easy sculpting tutorial for making your cultists even more culty!






Tutorial (usual pictorial style, and a video just as a bonus!) is here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/770650.page#10326457



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/02 04:39:17


Post by: insaniak


Here's a thing:



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/02 14:19:53


Post by: mcmattila


The landing pad just keeps on getting better and better! Can't wait to see it finished.

Btw, where do you get that grating that you use on the walkways?


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/02 21:51:07


Post by: insaniak


 mcmattila wrote:
The landing pad just keeps on getting better and better! Can't wait to see it finished.

Me too!


Btw, where do you get that grating that you use on the walkways?

The stuff I used here was found on Ali Express, but it's horrible - really hard and springy aluminium, and had a massive curve in it which I had to try to flatten out before I could use it. These guys were recommended by someone elsewhere, but I haven't tried them out yet: http://modelshop.co.uk/Shop/Raw-Materials/Mesh?orderby=1&top=120


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/04 08:07:03


Post by: insaniak


Painting...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/05 00:19:44


Post by: insaniak


Part two of the display board walkthrough:



Full article here, and spoilered below:

Spoiler:

- by Iain Wilson



Time to check back in on my landing pad display board build! (If you missed part one, you can find it here)



In the first instalment, I ran through the construction of the 'back' side of the display, so this time around I'm working on the landing pad area.










When I cut the foamed PVC for the floor, I left out a curved area that would form the main section of the actual landing pad itself. To fill this in, I cut a piece of 2mm thick cardboard.









On the top surface of the card, I painted a layer of superglue, and then laid a piece of fibreglass flyscreen flat over the card. Once the glue set, I trimmed the screen around the edges.









I wanted a section of the pad to have visible pipes under the mesh, and had cut a cavity into the cardboard for this purpose. Painting this with everything glued in place would be problematic, so I cut the screen neatly down one edge of the cavity so that it can be lifted up out of the way to paint the pipes. The pipes were made from sections of an assortment of plastic rods. Once the pipes and the rest of the pad are painted, I'll glue the screen back down and add a little trim over the top to disguise the joint.









As detailed last week, I built up the walls using foamed PVC. I left a recess around the top of the landing pad wall, along with the pad's retractable roof would slide.









I added support struts from the Maelstrom's Edge terrain sprue along the top and bottom of the walls, with an extra row of reinforcing









As I had pipes running into the wall from the back side of the board, I needed something on the pad side to match up to them. The first became a heat vent, using a trimmed down large pipe fitting from the terrain sprue and a pipe end from a 13mm drip irrigation setup. I shortened the pipe fitting by cutting across it with a razor saw.









For the second large pipe, I built a fuel storage tank using another drip irrigation piece, a piece of plastic packaging that I think came from a laser printer component, and a clear plastic cap - I don't recall exactly where this piece came from, but I think it was some piece of toddler-feeding paraphernalia. I added some connection ports to the front using the small pipe fitting from the terrain sprue and some plasticard.









For the smaller pipe, I ran a matching piece of pipe cut from the side of the terrain sprue, and fed this into an air conditioning unit built from foamed PVC and an assortment of gubbinz from the terrain sprue.









To the left of the pipe I had added a square hatch, just for a little detail, with the intention of this turning into a conveyor feeding into the pad area from elsewhere. For the conveyor belt, I glued in a bunch of plastic tubes to create rollers.









I broke up the vast expanse of flyscreen on the pad with a couple of strips of plasticard, and added a curved strip around the edges to conceal the join between the screen section and the solid floor.









The rectangle cut into the pad floor was intended to turn into a cargo lift. I built the lift platform using a piece of PVC, some support struts from the terrain sprue and a piece of chequer plate plasticard.















To allow for some variation in the display, I wanted to be able to reposition the lift. To this end, I built a hydraulic lift to go under the middle of the platform using some pieces of plastic tube and a couple of pipe fittings. Thanks to the magic of magnets, this all slots together when needed. Alternatively it can be left out, allowing the lift to sit on the floor.









Ships need to recharge as well as refuel. I built a charging port using a shutter window with most of the shutters cut out. Into the resultant opening, I glued a piece of plasticard and some assorted bits and pieces. The charging cable was made from a couple of pieces of plastic tube and the chain from a fob watch I had sitting in my bits box.









At the other end of the board, I wanted some stairs and decking platforms to create some vertical detail. I cut the shape of the platforms out of 1mm plasticard, and glued on some aluminium mesh cut to the same size.















On the bottom of the mesh, I glued matching pieces of plasticard, and then added some diagonal supports using I-beam plastic rod.









The supports for the platforms we made from foamed PVC, doubled-up to give it some extra thickness.









With the legs in place, I added some extra supports for staircases, cut from more PVC. I used strips of textured plasticard for the stair treads. For the moment, I left the platforms and the treads on the lower staircase unglued, to make it a little easier to paint underneath them.









I added some more support struts around the edges of the platforms and on the ends of the legs. I also glued on some posts for handrails, cut from the energy fence piece on the terrain sprue.









Some final small details:

- I added a spray gun (for vermin control) onto the wall using a chemtech sprayer from the Epirian Scarecrow kit with a pistol grip from a Guardian pistol added. For the mounting clips, I used a couple of leftover sections from the energy fence posts.


- I pillaged a clingfire sprayer and a leg from the Scarecrow kit, and a trimmed down Spider Drone head to create a security remote.


- And I made a billboard screen using sections cut from a garage door.









And with that, assembly is more or less complete!









The handrails are just a placeholder for the moment - I'm planning on using 1.6mm aluminium rods for these, so that they can be bent to shape to go down the stairs, but these won't be glued in until the platforms are painted.












































Stay tuned for part three, where we get some paint on this little construction!





You can pick them up the Maelstrom's Edge terrain sprue, along with the rest of the Maelstrom's Edge model range from the webstore here.



As always, feel free to pop along and share your work, or ask any Maelstrom's Edge- or hobby-related questions on the Comm Guild Facebook page!



For other Maelstrom's Edge modeling articles, including tutorials and walkthroughs of a wide range of different building and miniature projects, check out the article roundup here.





What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/05 00:32:46


Post by: Ezki


Stunning work on that display board!
Offers a great deal of inspiration for all sorts of terrain projects that I have planned for the future.

Edit: Glad you posted the full article also. Great stuff!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/07 03:57:37


Post by: insaniak


Here's a thing... because why should Orks get all the cool kit?

Still very WIP.



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/07 12:12:09


Post by: Dysartes


That's a really cool display board, insaniak - nice work!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/11 02:47:01


Post by: insaniak


When you're waiting for that parcel, and then four come all at once... Some WIP shipping crates. Because every board needs some random stuff to hide behind.



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/11 18:20:06


Post by: Sgt. Oddball


I recognise the terrain sprue parts :p Nice work!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/11 19:31:29


Post by: insaniak


Thanks!

The finished crates:


And this week's tutorial:
Spoiler:

- by Iain Wilson



Time for another quick and easy build!


The Maelstrom's Edge terrain sprue includes a nifty corner bracing piece, which would normally be used on the roof corners of flat-roof buildings to pretty them up a little. Because a lot of my buildings have angled buttresses or ballustraded roofs, I collect a lot of spares of this part. Looking for something easy and effective to do with them, I hit on the idea of turning them into shipping crates!













To replicate these, for each crate you will need some 1mm thick plasticard or cardboard - two pieces 21mm square, two pieces 21mm x 12mm, and two pieces 19mm by 12mm, and you will also need eight corner braces.









Start by placing the corner braces flat side down, and gluing them together in sets of four along the flat edges, as below:









Glue your large squares into the two resultant boxwork shapes. If you're using plasticard, you can use polystyrene cement for this. Use superglue if you have gone with cardboard.









Next, take the 21mm long strips, and glue them along the inside of one of the boxes, along opposite sides. It doesn't matter which two sides you go with, so long as they are opposite each other.









The 19mm strips should then fit neatly in on the other two sides. It's a good idea to check them for fit, and trim up if necessary before gluing them in. If you wind up with the corners of the strips not all meeting up exactly, it's not a problem, as they'll be hidden by the boxwork when you put the other side on.









Speaking of the other side, you can now glue this on by sliding it on over the strips, until it butts up neatly against the first side.









And that's it. They're really easy to put together, so (assuming you have enough corner braces knocking around) you can quickly assemble a few of them to stack up and scatter around the table for a bit of low cover.









They're fairly light, so while they sit neatly on top of each other, you may find it beneficial to glue the stacks together so that they don't get knocked awry mid-game. This also gives you less surface to paint, since you won't need to paint the faces that are touching other crates!














Keen to give it a go? You can pick up the Maelstrom's Edge terrain sprue, along with the rest of the Maelstrom's Edge model range from the webstore here.



As always, feel free to pop along and share your work, or ask any Maelstrom's Edge- or hobby-related questions on the Comm Guild Facebook page!



For other Maelstrom's Edge modeling articles, including tutorials and walkthroughs of a wide range of different building and miniature projects, check out the article roundup here.




What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/14 02:47:57


Post by: insaniak


Truck almost finished...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/14 05:37:06


Post by: Theophony


 insaniak wrote:
Thanks!

The finished crates:


And this week's tutorial:
Spoiler:

- by Iain Wilson



Time for another quick and easy build!


The Maelstrom's Edge terrain sprue includes a nifty corner bracing piece, which would normally be used on the roof corners of flat-roof buildings to pretty them up a little. Because a lot of my buildings have angled buttresses or ballustraded roofs, I collect a lot of spares of this part. Looking for something easy and effective to do with them, I hit on the idea of turning them into shipping crates!













To replicate these, for each crate you will need some 1mm thick plasticard or cardboard - two pieces 21mm square, two pieces 21mm x 12mm, and two pieces 19mm by 12mm, and you will also need eight corner braces.









Start by placing the corner braces flat side down, and gluing them together in sets of four along the flat edges, as below:









Glue your large squares into the two resultant boxwork shapes. If you're using plasticard, you can use polystyrene cement for this. Use superglue if you have gone with cardboard.









Next, take the 21mm long strips, and glue them along the inside of one of the boxes, along opposite sides. It doesn't matter which two sides you go with, so long as they are opposite each other.









The 19mm strips should then fit neatly in on the other two sides. It's a good idea to check them for fit, and trim up if necessary before gluing them in. If you wind up with the corners of the strips not all meeting up exactly, it's not a problem, as they'll be hidden by the boxwork when you put the other side on.









Speaking of the other side, you can now glue this on by sliding it on over the strips, until it butts up neatly against the first side.









And that's it. They're really easy to put together, so (assuming you have enough corner braces knocking around) you can quickly assemble a few of them to stack up and scatter around the table for a bit of low cover.









They're fairly light, so while they sit neatly on top of each other, you may find it beneficial to glue the stacks together so that they don't get knocked awry mid-game. This also gives you less surface to paint, since you won't need to paint the faces that are touching other crates!














Keen to give it a go? You can pick up the Maelstrom's Edge terrain sprue, along with the rest of the Maelstrom's Edge model range from the webstore here.



As always, feel free to pop along and share your work, or ask any Maelstrom's Edge- or hobby-related questions on the Comm Guild Facebook page!



For other Maelstrom's Edge modeling articles, including tutorials and walkthroughs of a wide range of different building and miniature projects, check out the article roundup here.



You should print Kickstarter logos to put on those, maybe some of the old delayed ones will ship by that time in the ME timeline


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/14 09:48:38


Post by: Flinty


Oh man... I wish I had unlimited access to terrain sprue

The one I have has been most useful, but there is always more terrain to make!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/16 04:12:23


Post by: insaniak


Getting some paint on...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/21 13:05:14


Post by: Snrub


Your knack for conversions is beyond the pale, Insaniak. Really clever and inspiring stuff.

The more I see your stuff, the more i'm tempted to get some MEdge stuff. A full Epirian Robot force looks like it'd be heaps cool.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/25 20:03:42


Post by: insaniak


Thanks! And yes, everybody needs more robots!


Meanwhile, a bunker happened - built from a plastic plant pot.








You can see how it was built in the walkthrough here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/772039.page#10359581


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/25 23:26:30


Post by: Gitsplitta


Wow, what a difference the paint makes! Something about that white stripe...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/02/26 09:52:31


Post by: insaniak


Yeah, it just needed something to break up the big expanse of wall...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/02 04:32:34


Post by: insaniak


Getting some more paint on the GoH lady, and a converted Forsaken Chieftain for MEdge.





What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/02 12:24:49


Post by: Gitsplitta


Figures are coming along beautifully. Appreciate you posting your steps on the base insaniak, thank you.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/04 19:15:03


Post by: insaniak


Thanks! Turns out I had to go back and modify the base, as the top wasn't flat enough for the dress to sit right. So now I need to repaint the top of it :(


Meanwhile, finished the Broken Chieftain:



With some friends:




For the curious, there's a painting walkthrough over in the Showcase thread here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/772372.page#10367865


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/06 00:11:56


Post by: insaniak


Getting some paint on the display board...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/06 07:28:45


Post by: Dysartes


That hand-bell is looking nice and worn, insaniak - I hadn't realised you were a campanologist...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/06 21:24:33


Post by: insaniak




Now I want to make something with a cathedral bell... Hmmm...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/09 12:30:02


Post by: JoeRugby


I second Dysartes motion

Next project sorted for you


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/09 19:46:29


Post by: insaniak


Probably not until after Salute, at this point, but we'll see...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/11 19:42:48


Post by: insaniak


So, speaking of things that aren't cathedral bells... finished the fuel tank, and wrote up a quick tutorial on using photo paper to create weathered and faded signs like this:



or this:



Tutorial is here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/772685.page#10376271



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/13 13:15:32


Post by: Gitsplitta


Excellent work, and thanks for the tutorial!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/16 12:54:21


Post by: JoeRugby


Looks awesome

Cheers for the tutorial


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/18 19:59:30


Post by: insaniak


New week, new modeling article... This time a bunker made from an air conditioner fitting that I found while I was at the hardware store looking for something else entirely...









Build article is here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/772988.page#10384758


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/19 08:31:30


Post by: Sgt. Oddball


I really like the style of that one. I'm sure its inhabitants will appreciate the AC :p


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/21 03:59:37


Post by: insaniak


Thanks!

New WIP:




What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/21 07:13:32


Post by: Sgt. Oddball


I'm hoping for Broken squig hoppers.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/21 07:38:53


Post by: Dysartes


Alien fauna is always a nice thing to add - I remember the WD article with the ball cacti with red spikes, from back in t'day.

Are those artificial aquarium plants, by any chance?


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/21 19:55:38


Post by: insaniak


 Dysartes wrote:
Alien fauna is always a nice thing to add - I remember the WD article with the ball cacti with red spikes, from back in t'day.

I did a slightly updated version of those for a tutorial a while back - https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/750744.page






Are those artificial aquarium plants, by any chance?

Yup, spiffy, alien-looking silicon plants


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/24 13:26:11


Post by: Theophony


 insaniak wrote:
Thanks!

New WIP:



That’s not one of the new race for MEdge is it?

Also cool looking alien plants, did a bunch for Gates of Antares myself.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/25 09:43:01


Post by: insaniak



The model is a modified Epirian Bot Handler, not a new model... Was just the nearest thing to hand (that I could show, at least ) for scale.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/26 00:09:09


Post by: insaniak


Finished the forest... Silicon aquarium plants on masonite bases with some gravel and a little paint.








Full article for anyone curious - https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/773314.page#10393656


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/26 17:31:09


Post by: Dysartes


Interesting - I was going to ask how you going the paint to stick to the silicon, but the simple answer was that you didn't!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/26 19:28:31


Post by: insaniak


Yeah, they're not going to win any awards - there are slight mould lines in places and the colouring is mostly good but a little messy in places, but it's good enough at table height to pass muster for gaming.

There are paints out there that will stick to silicon, but it just didn't really seem like a worthwhile use of time


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/26 19:47:48


Post by: Theophony


Saw this cross posted over in the Gates of Antares Facebook group. This sort of set up is great for hard SciFi games. GW is so stuck with ruins and buildings it’s kind of sad.

Great job.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/26 22:36:03


Post by: insaniak


To be fair, GW do have their alien plant sets... They're just really ugly. And expensive.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/26 22:40:22


Post by: Theophony


 insaniak wrote:
To be fair, GW do have their alien plant sets... They're just really ugly. And expensive.


Like I said “Ruins” and buildings


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/29 20:50:56


Post by: insaniak


Workings...




What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/03/29 22:28:30


Post by: kestral


I LOVE that sea anemone forest combined with the unusual building. I might copy it wholesale someday.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/01 19:54:02


Post by: insaniak


Copy away!


New tutorial this week, on painting aged copper:


You can find the tutorial here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/773595.page#10401551


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/08 05:49:28


Post by: insaniak


So, here's a thing...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/08 19:56:35


Post by: BobtheInquisitor


Is painting old bronze similar to painting old copper, as in all the same steps but start with a bronze paint?


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/09 05:26:07


Post by: insaniak


Pretty much, although you could also start with a copper paint and use a darker wash.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/12 03:08:34


Post by: insaniak


Painted Remnant Militus suit for Maelstrom's Edge:


I'm having so much fun with this kit...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/12 06:33:44


Post by: Dysartes


They're looking good, insaniak - and it was nice to meet you at Salute. How'd you get on with the big terrain piece you were working on?


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/14 02:43:43


Post by: insaniak


Another colour scheme for the Militus:




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 Dysartes wrote:
They're looking good, insaniak - and it was nice to meet you at Salute. How'd you get on with the big terrain piece you were working on?

It's always fun to run into fellow Dakkanauts!

Didn't get very much done on the display board - too much else happening! More progress on that soon, although I have a couple of repairs to do after lugging it all the way to the UK and back again in my suitcase...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/15 20:37:03


Post by: insaniak


More Militus, from this week's Comm Guild article:


- by Iain Wilson



This month saw the release of a new faction, and a fantastic new multi-part, plastic kit for Maelstrom's Edge, in the form of the Artarian Remnant's Militus battlesuit. For this week's modeling article, I thought I would take a closer look at this kit and see what I could make with it.













The Militus kit comes with a single plastic frame, which includes one battlesuit, two each of the different ranged weapon options, fist and reflex shield options, two different shoulder pad options, two different backpack options, and more heads than you can poke a shock baton at, to allow for some very easy customisation between your different suits.









The Militus is fully articulated, with ball joints at ankles, knees, hips, elbows and shoulders, which allows for a wide range of posing options. The ranged weapons also have a multi-part gimble arrangement which allows both arm-mounted and shoulder-rig weapons to be positioned just how you want them.















As an alternative to the standard shoulder rig, you can leave the vertical arm off and flip the weapon over, attaching the gimbal directly to the shoulder pad.









As a handy extra, the connection point for the weapons onto the gimbal is a very snug fit, which actually allows you to leave the weapon unglued and just push them into place, so that you can switch between weapons as desired between games. Likewise, while the forearm-and-hand option uses a different upper arm to the ranged weapons, the shoulder joint is a tightly fitting ball and socket joint, so if you glue the shoulder pad on to the torso without gluing the arm, you can carefully wiggle the arms in and out of the shoulder socket to swap them.








The saw blades on the above suit are not from this kit, but came from a Warhammer 40000 ork vehicle, used here just because I thought it looked awesome!



The backpack options (a field generator and a jump pack) also slot on, fitting neatly over the suit's back. These aren't quite as snug as the shoulders, but you could easily leave them unglued and attach them when you want them with a little blue-tac or similar poster adhesive.









The fantastic thing about plastic, of course, is that it is simple to modify. So if the already wide range of posing available to the suit doesn't quite get it where you want it, it's an easy job to trim the joints a little to push them out even further. The below suit was posed by removing the top edges of the thigh armour plates, trimming the edges of the hip socket and leaving off the triangular piece that fits into the back of the shin.









Lorican Champions are highly individual souls, and love to customise their suits. For this reason, the frame includes a bunch of different heads, and we will be releasing a resin upgrade pack to add some extra options in the near future. You can also look at other 28mm resin add-ons for more distinctive customisation - the heads on the suits are more or less human-sized, although you may need to fill the neck socket with some putty. The below suit was customised with an assortment of resin parts I had laying around from an old grab bag. His weapon drone (representing a shoulder mounted weapo, rules-wise) was made from a chopped up jump pack.









Finally, you're likely to wind up with a bunch of extra heads after you have finished building your suits. As mentioned above, these are human-sized, so that opens up all sorts of potential for customising your troops from other factions!











What do you have planned for your Militus suits? Feel free to pop along and share your work, or ask any Maelstrom's Edge- or hobby-related questions on the Comm Guild Facebook page!



You can pick up the Militus suit along with the rest of the Maelstrom's Edge model range from the webstore here.



For other Maelstrom's Edge modeling articles, including tutorials and walkthroughs of a wide range of different building and miniature projects, check out the Hobby section of the Maelstrom's Edge website here.






What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/23 19:51:36


Post by: insaniak


This week's modeling article is a quick and easy 'illuminated' viewscreen...





Full article is here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/774552.page#10423848


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/26 21:44:37


Post by: insaniak


Progressy thing...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/30 06:14:18


Post by: Sgt. Oddball


That is all kinds of awesome.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/30 08:37:56


Post by: Flinty


What he said. Simple and super effective. Thanks for sharing.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/30 09:14:46


Post by: Stormatious


Wow that's excellent, love the colors used aswell, looks so simple and neat. And amazing looking ware aswell.

edit - Referring to the purple flyer or hover craft. ( looks like a hover craft )


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/04/30 21:32:15


Post by: Gitsplitta


I love that. I can see it being a real vehicle.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/01 23:33:14


Post by: insaniak


Thanks, guys - I had a lot of fun putting that one together



Meanwhile, here's a pic of me throwing some dice down with yakface!
Spoiler:





From the battle report here!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/02 00:07:58


Post by: Meer_Cat


Very neat little hovercraft and a very nice game set up!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/02 11:52:05


Post by: Theophony


The hovercraft is excellent, as well as that board .

Am I the only one who gets so used to people’s avatars that when I see an actual shot of the person that they are let down by it not being a cat throwing dice against a robot or cartoon character?


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/02 23:20:12


Post by: insaniak


Less so for people with non-human avatars, but yes, it still catches me by surprise that yakface doesn't actually look anything like Sean Connery...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/03 04:17:35


Post by: Briancj


I like the fact that you appear to be gaming in a shed built in the early 14th century.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/03 05:57:30


Post by: yakface


insaniak wrote:Less so for people with non-human avatars, but yes, it still catches me by surprise that yakface doesn't actually look anything like Sean Connery...

I'm quite disappointed myself everytime I look into the mirror! Also, that picture is particularly not flattering, either!

Briancj wrote:I like the fact that you appear to be gaming in a shed built in the early 14th century.

You actually have no idea. We were playtesting in a proper British Manor, built some odd 800 years ago. The hows and whys that occurred I'm not quite at liberty to say, but it was quite the interesting atmosphere to be sequestered in to play war-games.



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/03 13:25:40


Post by: Briancj


DAMMIT!

Off by a century!

--Brian



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/04 09:06:58


Post by: insaniak


 Briancj wrote:
DAMMIT!

Off by a century!

--Brian


To be fair, so were bits of the manor


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/04 12:49:07


Post by: Briancj


I guess "identify the rough time period of a structure by a single interior photograph and only be off by a century" is a reasonable skillset. I'll take it.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/06 20:57:42


Post by: insaniak


Painted this guy:







Step-by-step painting walkthrough here: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/775102.page#10438292


Not sure if I've mentioned it, but I really love this kit...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/06 22:39:30


Post by: Gitsplitta


Wow... that's a really awesome model/paint job.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/07 05:52:57


Post by: Sgt. Oddball


It is, and a very successful white paint job, I always respect that.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/13 04:13:44


Post by: insaniak


Getting in some last-minute wash painting, before it was cool...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/13 13:02:09


Post by: Gitsplitta


That's really vibrant... love it!


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/13 20:01:14


Post by: insaniak


Finished. Aside from the base and the white eye dots, painted entirely with one or two layers of Army Painter Quickshades over a white basecoat:







And a step-by-step, for the curious: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/775393.page#10446830


It's a little rough here and there, because that's largely unavoidable with this wash technique, but really quick and easy to do.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/16 00:40:12


Post by: Theophony


Just shows they have good taste .

But according to the Contrast thread that isn’t how your supposed to paint models .


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/19 04:33:24


Post by: insaniak


Hmm, this should work nicely...



What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/20 19:38:55


Post by: insaniak


And finished:








Full build article is here.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/20 21:55:43


Post by: Meer_Cat


Holy. Freakin. Cow. That's awesome.


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/21 00:18:10


Post by: Gitsplitta


Awesome is the right word...


What's on insaniak's workbench 2 - The Empire Reloaded the Future Next GenerationS (The Sequel) @ 2019/05/21 00:40:12


Post by: Theophony


It’s even cooler that my reflection isn’t in it .

Neat little build, good article.