Games Workshop - Warhammer 40,000 - Battlezone Mechanicus Ferratonic Furnace

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Games Workshop - Warhammer 40,000 - Battlezone Mechanicus Ferratonic Furnace

Games Workshop - Warhammer 40,000 - Battlezone Mechanicus Ferratonic Furnace

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You probably don’t need 3 clips AND a railing to support a long clipped walkway, but you also really don’t want it to fail! Use your best judgment. Painting Sector Mechanicus The Battlezone: Mechanicus - Galvanic Magnavent set is an incredibly detailed and striking piece of terrain, letting you add multiple levels and create an even more immersive battlefield. Lastly for the House of Shadow, gang reinforcements are here in the form of the Nacht-Ghul, Psy-Gheists, and Piscean Spektor set, which comes with added Psychoteric Wyrms. *** These new Champions, Prospects, and Exotic Beasts bring crafty close combat and psychic abilities to the tabletop, as well as a fair amount of flying muscle in the form of the Piscean Spektor – which is pretty beefy for a floating brain.

Most of the material I use is intentionally inexpensive and designed for large applications. This process would work very well for batch painting, and that actually might be beneficial if you want everything to look consistent. Using custom mixed oil washes and sponging parts can lead to slight variations in tone and appearance depending on how consistent you are between batches, but to be honest it’s not that big of a deal and things aren’t supposed to look perfect anyway. Ingredients Broadly speaking, there’s three phases to this: grungy metal, then a pop of bright colour on the flat panels, then some minimal detailing. Phase One: Basic Grungy Metal Now that you’ve got some troops, you’ll need a Battlezone for them to squabble over. That’s where the Battlezone: Mechanicus kits come in. The operative would still count as performing the action for all rules purposes. For example, if it performed it during its activation, it would not be able to perform the action again during that activation. I applied Reaper’s Brown Liner to the gaps between the panels to add some contrast. Next, to add the streaks, I applied sporadic dots of Brown Liner at the lower edges of the horizontal panels and immediately smudged them downward using my finger. Would enamels and cotton buds and white spirit look better? Yes. Was my method insanely fast? Also yes. A word of warning: as soon as you put a dot on the surface, you need to wipe with your finger immediately. I can’t emphasise that enough. Doing two or three dots right next to each other then smudging them is fine, but don’t apply dots to the whole section and then try and smudge them; you’ll get horrible tidal stains. Sector Mechanicus terrain. Credit: Charlie Brassley


With the imminent release of Ash Wastes, I decided to finally build and paint up all of the Sector Mechanicus kits I have been buying up over the past few years. The scheme I’ve got here can be toned waaaaay down if you want to turn it into a speedpaint as well. The basic gist of it is red platforms and bone-colors supports. Sector Mechanicus. Credit: Fowler These three new Sector Mechanics Terrain sets from Games Workshop are a must have for your Imperial Hive battles. Come take a look! Free actions can only be performed when another rule specifies. Each time an operative would perform a free action, the following rules apply. One thing to note here and the biggest pain about this is that I also paint in the recessed parts of the walkway. This is a big pain in the ass and a seemingly minor thing but it makes a huge difference when you look at the model on the table. Painting the sides of the recessed parts Use a BIG brush to stipple inconsistent patches of a mid-brown over the primer spray. You want to be as messy and inconsistent as possible, with some patches of brown being fairly solid, and others being pretty much just a drybrush. Pretty much any mid brown will be fine for this, although going as dark as Citadel Rhinox Hide would probably be fine. Personally I was using the big ol’ keg of Calthan Brown that came in the old Citadel Scenery Painting set. If you’re not sure about the brown you’re using, just do a small bit of scenery to completion and see how it all sits together.

With so many sets to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which one to buy. That's why we've put together this guide to the Best Warhammer 40K Battlezone sets. We'll take a closer look at some of the most popular sets on the market, highlighting the features and gameplay mechanics that they have to offer. Mission actions are specific to the mission you are playing, and will be detailed by that mission’s briefing. Missions can be found here (Open Play mission) and here (Spec Ops Narrative missions). Fowler: Oddly enough, Shadow War: Armageddon is what got me to really take the plunge on the hobby. Assembly note for people who want to maximize modularity (for Necro and Kill Team especially) – I highly recommend making some clipped walkways. Sector Mechanicus. Credit: Fowler If I was the owner of a game store I would buy these kits in bulk and organize a terrain builder day for my store. I’d invite the community in to help me join in the fun (and get some volunteer labor out of it). The upfront cost might seem a waste at first but I promise if you get your community invested in the place they play at it will pay dividends. People will invite their friends and people will point out the terrain that they helped build – I’ve seen it happen! You (the store owner) will end up with some awesome terrain and the players will want to take better care of “your” stuff because they helped build it. Plus you’ll all have a great looking play space once the terrain builder is over. That sounds like a winner to me!


An incredibly detailed, striking scenery set, the Ferratonic Furnace is a modular plastic kit compatible with the entire Sector Mechanicus range – detailed, configurable scenery that will help you play games on a multi-level environment! An incredibly detailed, striking scenery set, the Galvanic Magnavent is a modular plastic kit compatible with the entire Sector Mechanicus range – detailed, configurable scenery that will help you play games on a multi-level environment! Ray: I’ve always considered Imperial statuary to be more oppressive than inspirational, reminding the citizenry of their duty, and that they’re being watched. However, this statue of Celestine is genuinely intended to be a symbol of hope. This is why the torch she carries is more prominent than the sword – she represents a light in the darkness.

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