I commented at the end of the Vendorum review that Titan Terrain’s Factorum also looked quite tempting. I splurged and bought their larger Warehouse building instead. This building is also part of a good bundle deal Titan Terrain offer. The above photo shows you my final, assembled Warehouse and it is a commanding piece of terrain which will make a great centrepiece to any industrial Sci-Fi or Cyberpunk 28mm table. It’s around 45cm long and 30cm at the widest point, and from above it’s roughly ‘L’ shaped. This photo shows the 10 sheets of laser cut MDF and corrugated cardboard that comes in the kit. It’s a fairly hefty package and I think it’s good value for the price of NZ$54.90 (excluding shipping, at time of review). Instructions are emailed separately as a PDF which shows how it all goes together. This is a reasonably large build and it took me around 4 hours to assemble. That does include giving the glue time to bond the MDF parts together. You’ll need s
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The Cyberpunk HoverCar kit is available on DriveThruRPG now. This kit lets you build two mix-and-match Cyberpunk Hover cars for your 28mm sci-fi tabletop. It’s the second kit in a series of street vehicles I’m working on, and the parts also mix with the Cyberpunk Compact Car kit for even more variety. The next kit I’m working to produce in this series will be either a sci-fi convertable with seating for 28mm or 1/56th figures, or a sci-fi urban taxicab.
The Cyberpunk Compact Car kit is available on DriveThruRPG now. This kit lets you build two mix-and-match Cyberpunk Compact cars for your 28mm sci-fi tabletop. It’s also the first kit in a new series of street vehicles I’m working on. The street vehicles kits will work together with each other in the same way my earlier truck kits do, giving you more vehicle options with each kit purchased. The next kit I’m working to produce in this series will be a flying / hover style sci-fi car that will include a stand. I’m also planning a police style cruiser and urban taxicab in the series.
I backed the Mav3rick Modular 3D Printable Tank Kit Kickstarter late last year, based on the clever design and short delivery date of Jan 2019. Early last week the creator delivered a large set of files, with some lovely clear instructions! Kickstarter is often a total roll of the dice and like most backers I’ve been burned before, but it’s projects like this that keep me coming back. The Mav3rick is a fantastic set of cleverly designed parts that build a variety of vehicles based around a common tracked chassis. I’ve already printed a basic APC, with remote gatling for AA defense. That’s shown here next to an ancient 40k Chimera of mine from the 90’s. The kit parts took me about three evenings of parts printing, and only took me about 40 minutes to put together once the pieces were lightly prepped. I’m currently printing another chassis to built into the self-propelled gun option, but got briefly distracted by printing an AA-SAM system for the APC, which is another of t
It has been fifteen years since the Ark beneath T-EC flooded and the the enclave of Free-Dome was established in the ruins of Hog-Towne. The Elders led the varied species to the massive concrete and steel structure that was half shade and half sun. The vast network beneath the structure was partially collapsed and flooded by the rising waters but the massive rows of seats were easily stripped away and turned into rows and rows of shanties and homes. The ancient sports-field in the centre was replaced by agriculture and the massive gates fortified to keep out both technological and animal predators. Outside Free-Dome the rubble of a collapsed tower forms a land-bridge to The Island. This area, naturally fortified by the inland sea of Big O has collected the dissidents who were not able to integrate into Free-Dome after the ark. Primarily aggressive Predator species, these exiles are uneasy neighbors to the Domers. To the North, South, East and West lie the Zones of Hog-Towne. What dangers lurk there only the S