Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Necromunda Zone Mortalis - Delta Anabathrum Complex

Howdy Guys and Girls :)

Just want to share my progress on my Necromunda Zone Mortalis board with you. I recently finished the first tile - the Delta Anabathrum Complex. The idea is to re-create the 2D Necromunda tiles in 3D.






The duct in the middle (it's a loooong way down there) got cut out with a working tool (don't really know what it is, but it's best described as literal vibro blade). The bridge is made from plastic-card aswell as a Necromunda barricade.



Work on some more tiles has already started - here is a little teaser:



Last but not least, I fixed the GW plastic doors with cutting, and experimented with 3D ductways using magnets (rulewise you set them up and gangers can walk and shoot through it):



Hope you like, and stay tuned for more Zone Mortalis progress over the next weeks :)

Regards,
Lady Atia

8 comments:

  1. That looks amazing. I'll bet it ends up adding so much more...feel, maybe? to the Game. The tiles in the Necromunda box are cool, but this is so much better.

    I think the tool you used is just called an electric knife. I know those are similar to what you describe, but it could be something different.

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    1. Thanks buddy :)

      And maybe - it's a tool with different optional heads, so you can do different stuff with it. The head I use is basically a vibro blade haha, and it makes working with the tiles so much easier than a cutting disk.

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    2. Oh, that sounds more like some variant or spinoff of a Dremel. Sounds handy, regardless.

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  2. Awesome!!! I have recently bought a table of zone mortalis, I will end up buying more tiles to do the same

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  3. Must say that idea for the ductways is inspired! Never thouht of using magnets, and I guess they don't need to be particularly small scale either!
    Nice work!

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  4. Would like to see your
    Gangs running around in that!kinda cool though

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  5. Also what do the finished ducts look like

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  6. What do you use for the rubble and all the other debris

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