Friday, 21 August 2020

Necromunda: Underhive boxed set terrain finished!

 Greetings all, 

Another fairly short post from me today, but you should be used to those by now. I do have a decent amount of stuff to show off mind you. 

I was getting a bit burnt out with painting (and hobby in general), so I decided to paint my way through the terrain from the Necromunda Underhive boxed set. The idea was that it would be fairly straightforward and low stress, and I would be able to practice a few new techniques. Turns out I was exactly right. I didn't blast through it as quickly as I'd hoped, but I was only working on it as and when I had the motivation, so not too bad. Most of it is more or less the same colour (that colour being "rusty"), but that was kind of the point.

The last thing to finish up were these cool reversible loot crates:

With those done, it means I have the complete set finished:

On the whole I'm pleased with how it all turned out, and I learnt a few things along the way as well. I'm taking a short break from the hobby at the moment, although new 40k and new Blood Bowl are starting to get me all fired up again, so I'm sure I'll be back to it before long.

Till next time.


  1. Man, you've been busy! I've been out the loop for last 4 months and have a bunch to catch up on. Love the rusty look and how it all gels. Some pics of it all together if you get a chance.

    1. Thanks man. It doesn't feel like I have been that busy actually, but it does kind of add up over time. What I need now are a suitable set of walls to fill in those blank bits in the ZM card boards.

    2. The TT Combat stuff is good value and I'm pretty sure it fits. Double check just in case. I ended up going full GW on the scenery and am starting to regret it now. Pricey and really fiddly to paint!

    3. I'll take a look thanks man. I love the look of the GW stuff but it costs a fortune and looks stressful as hell to paint!