TGN Battle Challenge #1 – Infinity Scenery

I got my terrain from JR Miniatures today, and wasted no time in getting it put together.

Early last week I got the accessories I ordered from Armorcast and these were used to spice up the terrain and make it a little bit more ‘Tech’.

I wanted some stuff more fitting to my Desert Gaming Mat to play Infinity on. I like the scenery I have and it’s a ton of fun; but really the buildings are more appropriate for an Urban setting.

The JR Miniatures stuff totally fits what I want to do. I also ordered the 4×4′ gaming mat to use all my Urban stuff on; so I should have enough scenery now to play two games of Infinity at once!

So I got the chance to paint a bunch of scenery today. Check it out!

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Here are the buildings with the toppers painted and attached with Gorilla Glue (this stuff is awesome!) I’m excited about the fact that the roofs are removable so I can place models inside!

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Here are a bunch of Accessories I’ve added to my collection. The trashbins and bags are from Armorcast and the crates I found in a bargain bin for ten bucks! They’re actually resin VOID battlefield accessories and for four large pieces I really couldn’t say no.

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Left to paint are my two broken down pickups and a variety of snack and pop machines (also from Armorcast). These are the kinds of little details that I find really makes a tabletop immersive to me.

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Best of all, the whole thing fits into this little snap-lid container I bought for easy transport, with room to spare! I picked up one of the Platformer kits that I’m still figuring out what I’m going to do with.

All in all, a good day of scenery painting!

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~ by Achilles on August 1, 2009.

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