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Corrupted haemotrope reactor

This is the final piece of terrain from my late delivery issues of Warhammer 40,000 Conquest. This too has been corrupted by the forces of nurgle:

As with the alchomite stack, I mounted this on some old packing card, which I have been saving for about two years now. I also added a pair of nurglings. The rust and wear effects where done using dark brown and orange craft paints, and a large brush. Once that was done I could pick out the green bits using regular acrylic paints.

While this marks the end of my Warhammer 40,000 terrain kits, I have enjoyed building these terrain pieces immensely, and as I get further through the miniatures collection, I (currently) intend to get more creative and build more terrain.

12 comments on “Corrupted haemotrope reactor

  1. daggerandbrush
    January 17, 2021

    Excellent work once more. Really like the corroded and weathered look and the card board base also looks the part. Is there again a Nurgling on the base?


  2. maenoferren22
    January 17, 2021

    Another nice one mate.


  3. Pete S/ SP
    January 18, 2021

    That looks great- the sort of thing I am after for my Nurgle forces.



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  4. mick
    January 18, 2021

    I love the way this turned out. Might have to try my hand at Nurgle terrain like this down the road!

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    • davekay
      January 18, 2021

      thanks Mick! One thing I liked about this type of terrain was being able to use craft paints for a lot of it, which reduces the most and increases the speed you can get them done.


  5. Azazel
    January 19, 2021

    Looks great – I like the subtle rusty weathering.

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  6. Faust
    January 20, 2021

    Love the colors and your weathering effects!

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  7. mellis1644
    February 7, 2021

    That looks really great. Love the finished model.

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