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Earlier this year I actually acquired an unassembled mostly and unpainted Anphelion Base.

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These kits are very very rare. So my idea for the base was to make a table that represented some sort of abandoned Adeptus Mechanicus research station, with an entrance to an underground laboratory just nearby. This seemed like the perfect opportunity. It will act as the entrance to the subterranean laboratory.

Now, this series of blog post is going to be slightly different from my usual ones.

The first one is this is such an awesome model, I want you all to be able to live vicariously through this blog during the assembly of this amazing model. The first step is to get the layout how I wanted it. One thing I knew about this kit is that 1. It was going to be mounted anphelino MDF Craft wood and 2.

Lets start with the MDF base. One an;helion that really irritates me about scenery mounted on MDF is the lip. The first thing I did was draw outlines of all the various modules of the base on to MDF. I then added about 20mm around the module to allow for the ramped lip etc. I had to put my thinking cap on for this one…. I ended up just making a small modification to the hall base to allow for a smooth transition between pieces. Next up with the very messy job of sanding the ramp onto the lips of all the bases.


MDF is seriously bad stuff to breath in. Maybe thats why no one bothers to make a anphelikn lip transition? Which basically involved going back to each one and making minor modifications to ensure the joints overlaped and joined smoothly. The MDF bases of the base all organised.

The results will be well worth it in the end. So I also wanted some scatter terrain too. So I mounted the scatter terrain on MDF bases too. I also added a few barrels etc to nase it some more visual interest. There you go, the Anphelioon base is now ready to basse glued onto the MDF, then undercoated.

This will be a pretty big job too. Hey Leeman, thanks for the feedback. Thanks for dropping in. Great start mate, I always added the lip, but mine was just done with a blade cut at an angle the whole way round, your is as always much nicer and more professional. Having had a sneaky peek I can say the results are amazing guys, keep anphelkon eyes peeled for the rest of this series, I know I will.

Not to be nitpicky but have you ever contemplated adding some grey pigment to your resin? I have a very similar Forge World Strongpoint almost painted to the same colour so your expansion is just what I needed to encourage me to keep building.

Keep up the good work.

Anphellion to aid your designs? There are templates in the back that you can photo copy and then enlarge to get the exact floor plan. Just though that would have made your bases easier to make if you just glued a photo copy over the MDF and the cut away?


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January 13, in Scenery Tags: I had to put my thinking cap on for this one… I ended up just making a small modification to anpheliion hall base to allow for a smooth transition between pieces. So now the hall goes into the module and the intersection smoothly. Just another pic of a fixed up joint The MDF bases of the base all organised. Ok, thats it for now, until next time. Thanks for dropping in John. January 13, at 7: The Painting Bunker says: January 13, at January 13, at 9: January 14, at 5: January 16, at Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.

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