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August 7, 2010 by warzan
Armorcast have a few bits and pieces you may want to get a look at, the Spacehulk compatible stuff looks interesting.
I’ve been looking at these type of companies to build my space hulk from scratch. Heres another i found http://www.nalsworkshop.com/space-hulk-3d-complete-board-p-217.html?osCsid=pb4dpgmppgdhtmdlui94qidbn2
I’m pretty sure that is a casting from Hirst arts molds. They even ripped, sorry, reused the pictures.
Thats very interesting, thankyou for the information, missing last years SH dosent seem so distressing lol, with people making SH environments and providing counter and rule book PDF’s i’ll have no truoble building my own copy of SH
Naloomi’s Workshop is an officially licensed distributer of Hirst Arts casts ( http://www.hirstarts.com/links/links.html ) I don’t think it’s a problem ^.~ Most of Hirst’s distributers use the official images from his site on their own when promoting his products.
The armorcast stuff could make for some interesting games of Spacehulk if you used the raised platforms and work out rules for line of sight (doesn’t have to be complex, something like only squares adjacent to a slope can see the slope and be seen into from the slope) or raise the lot and let the ‘nid blips move under the floor and come into play in rooms only or at certain marked points.
see.. i need to spend more time on the hirst arts site, i had not idea they had a DIY version of space hulk. I too missed the opportunity to lay my hands on a set… AH well.
but yea, ive always been intrigued and impressed with armorcast
I’ve used the raised platforms for space hulk and 40k before they work great.
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