Modeling

The Great 40k Terrain Challenge 6: Toxic Pools

Moving forward with the next terrain challenge! A small pool of eldritch goo, industrial effluent, or ectoplasmic slime.

Using some bits lying around, we decided to make a quick natural pool. Main bits are a cork trivet and wood chips. We’ll also add sand and flock. For the water we used Woodland Scenic’s water effect resin.

Trivet-Chips-Pool

Actually, we started this piece some time ago and as, we were cleaning out a cabinet, it surfaced again, so we decided to finish it.

So here it is!

Pool_3

There really wasn’t anything to it. Just carved out a shallow depression in the center, glued on the woodchips and sand. Put on our usual paint scheme and added a little water effect resin and a skeleton. So easy, it only took about <ahem> three or four years to complete.

The Corvus Cluster is a Warhammer 40K blog that documents our wargaming adventures (and occasional failures) in the fantastical sci-fi universe of Games Workshop.

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