Sci-fi fortifications / defence line

2011-06-12 Khaiell

As with rivers I love the puzzle-laying aspect of this project. Designing and setting it up is like playing a boardgame on it's own

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Sci-fi fortifications
Fortified sci-fi defence lineFortifications are no match for the elusive Eldar!Unpainted fortificationsAnother way to set the fortifications

See the pictures as separate pages: Sci-fi fortifications * Fortified sci-fi defence line * Fortifications are no match for the elusive Eldar! * Unpainted fortifications * Another way to set the fortifications

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