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Willing Inquisitorial Excruciator

Pittsburgh, PA, USA

This is the start of a slow-burn Ork Fort terrain plog. The ultimate goal being the construction of a 4' x 6' game board designed around an Ork fort and town. The base for this design will be the great card terrain from a company out of South Africa called LaserCutCard. I purchased an entire Orc Fort from them, along with the Heavy Artillery upgrade. It's a lot of terrain for only US$62 shipped.

To give you an idea of what I'm working towards, here are a couple photos from the company's website:

And, here are my WIPs:

I plan on using the kit as a base for additional scratchbuilding and conversion work. I've added some plasticard support struts at the corners and I'll be adding a lot more details to the kit as I go along. Sound off if you have any Qs

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Willing Inquisitorial Excruciator

Pittsburgh, PA, USA

A bit more progress:

I also attached the little shack to the side and gave it a door:

The little shack is probably going to be a little mechanical room with pipes, cabling, and gubbinz sticking out of it. Not sure how easy it is to see, but I also plan on making a ladder up to the battlements. Lots more to do!

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Nasty Nob

Wow, these look great! Looking forward to more WIP pics.

My P&M blog: Cleatus, the Scratch-building Mekboy
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Lurking Gaunt

I'm liking what I see so far! I might go check out LaserCutCard for myself

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Willing Inquisitorial Excruciator

Pittsburgh, PA, USA

@Cleatus: Thank you very much!

@home_brew: Thanks! I've been happy with what I received from them, so I would recommend checking them out.

Gonna be working on a side project for the Dakka Monthly Painting Challenge, so this will go back in the queue for a little bit. But I did cut some of the bits for the ladder, so that's next

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