|It was meant to be a nice afterthought. Six frickin' windows took about six hours.|
After painting my first window I remembered how terrible at colour theory I am. It was orange, yellow and red. These are not good stained glass colours and it looked like a lolly wrapper. I switched to purples, blues and reds and this was better. I ended up rushing it a little because the whole thing was taking longer to do than all the rest of the building put together.
|All your base are belong to us|
The puddles in the Manufactorum sections were ridiculously easy. I just slopped Nurgle's Rot all over the top of a Caliban Green basecoat. Done. I'm definitely warming to GWs technical paints and actually used Blood for the Blood God in the red parts of the stained glass. It has a really nice shiny, translucent finish.
|Flight Seven Zero Niner, you have permission to buzz the tower.|
Played a couple of games with the terrain now and I'm pretty pleased. It feels like home ground advantage but is just as tactically challenging for me as other players, since you can hide all sorts of things behind them (including pesky Daemon Princes which are tiny)