At the end of 2018, I started to work on a full set of Necromunda cardboard buildings from the classic starter set and Outlanders box. I also bought some modern Sector Mechanicus terrain to accompany them. Back then, I only managed to paint half of the Necromunda stuff, 21 of the 42 plastic bulkheads that came in the starter set and Outlanders box. Finally, I’m going to paint the rest.
Here is the third larger structure from the starter set, six plastic bulkheads and two cardboard pieces. My recipe for this bulkheads is pretty simple – black primer, zenithal highlight of Incubi Darkness, selective washes with thinned P3 Umbral Umber [Rhinox Hide] and Bootstrap Leather, drybrushing with Thunderhawk Blue and Screaming Skull, sponge weathering with black and Mecha Color Dark Steel [Leadbelcher]. I also painted the edges of the cardboard in a matching colour, as it adds so much to the look of these buildings.
How do you like this trip down nostalgia lane? I still think these cardboard pieces look pretty great by today’s standards!
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