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This was another piece of terrain I picked up on the cover of Warhammer 40,000 Conquest. Since I’ve already painted a couple of these as part of the terrain I bought in 2017, I wanted to do something different. So I did:
I put the terrain on a card board base (old packing material) and scattered some bits of the sprue around as bits of twisted metal and broken railings. I also added a trio of nurglings to further suggest that yes, this terrain has been taken over by the forces of Nurgle.
As some of the cables now pulse with the green taint of corruptions, the nurglings gleefully help things along. What I was trying to suggest with this part was the nurgling wielding its green flame to corrode the railing until part of it drops to the ground.
On the other side a larger nurgling leaves a trail of slime as it snails its way across the terrain.
I had a lot of fun modelling and painting this piece and I will consider this my entry to Ann’s January 2021 painting challenge.