Friday, 19 February 2021

'nids 314 - Tyranid Void Shield Generator part 15

Afternoon #warmongers and #warhammercommunity I've finished #paintingwarhammer my #Scratchbuilt #Tyranid Void Shield Generator. All that's left is some white background shots, for those that like them, first a 360 spin


And static shots...


Not a lot to say really, as the highlights 2 post is very similar pics.


However, I was trying to add links to all 15 parts of my build and add them to my tutorials and showcase pages.


But I discovered that somewhere along the line I got my numbering convention mixed and there were 9 posts prior to these 15 that featured the VSG build.


So, 24 posts in total! That's more than the Skyshield and its 6 capillary towers and walls!


Rather than go through renumbering them all I've split it into 2 chapters in the Tutorials page, not that there's a reason for where the chapter break came in.


Anyway, it's done now, so just enjoy the rest of the pics.

 


 



Tyranid Void Shield Generator Chapter 1. part 1. | part 2. | part 3. | part 4. | part 5. | part 6. | part 7. | part 8. | part 9. |

Tyranid Void Shield Generator Chapter 2. part 1. | part 2. | part 3. | part 4. | part 5. | part 6. | part 7. | part 8. part 9. | part 10. | part 11. | part 12. | part 13. | part 14. | part 15. | 

6 comments:

  1. Brilliant job mate, loved seeing this come together at last.

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    1. Thank you Siph, it's been such a surprise how rewarding its felt to complete it. I really want to encourage folk to build something, preferably from scratch so they can maybe get the same feeling.

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  2. Great to see this finally finished! Love your custom built terrain.

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    1. Thanks Mike. I definitely need to find a way to set aside more time for this sort of thing. Maybe if I can shift a lot of my backlog of figures I can feel like I can fit more adventurous builds in again...

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  3. Love it! Great piece of scenery, and it being scratch makes me like it even more

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    1. Thanks Ernesto, I think it's that very reason I still feel so chuffed about finishing it. I hope others are moved by my own experience to give it a go, in some form. I haven't felt anything quite like this in years, not surprising as I haven't built anything from scratch.

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