Bandua Lay Down 40K Objectives & Organise Your Painting Station

April 4, 2019 by brennon

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Bandua Wargames has been working away on a couple of new releases for you to get stuck into. The first of these is an array of Painting Shelves, the Fidalgo Modules, which can be used for storing all of your paints, brushes and more.

Fidaldo Paint Shelves #1 - Bandua Wargames

The range of shelves has been made so that it can be 'bolted together' in various ways to suit the kind of set-up you have. As you can see, they've got lots of options for both dropper bottle paints and also the Citadel range a well. I particularly like the space for the water up high so you don't know it over...

Fidaldo Paint Shelves #2 - Bandua Wargames

You can either get your hands on a full-blown station packed with all of the options including draws for tucking things away or you can opt for something smaller. These kind of stations are rather helpful for someone who might be a bit chaotic. Tidy workspace, tidy mind as they say.

Take & Hold

As well as these painting options for hobbyists there's also a set of releases for gamers too. If you're playing Warhammer 40,000 and want to make sure you know exactly how big the objective area is then they have some new Objective Areas, themed to different factions.

40K Objective Areas - Bandua Wargames

As you can see they have run the gambit and put together pieces which will work for Eldar, Space Marines, Dark Eldar, Tyranids, Chaos Space Marines and more. They have been designed so that you no longer have to worry about arguing as to whether a unit is within the scoring area.

40K Objective Areas (In Play) - Bandua Wargames

I could see this being particularly good for those who play a lot of tournaments. Gaming stores could find these very useful, and I like that they are still very much 'in world', as if they are an overlay from a vid screen.

What do you think of the new hobby products by Bandua?

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