Junction Box Bunker no. 3

Gaming schedule is getting back on track next week. Here’s one of the new terrain pieces for the upcoming mini-campaign. Even if you don’t add detailing from your bitz box, Home Depot is an excellent source for inexpensive, interesting structures. A little spray paint, some drybrushing, and you’re good.

Electrical gangbox and bitz.
Electrical gangbox and bitz.
Add some plastic bulkhead doors from the Sedition wars set.
Add some plastic bulkhead doors from the Sedition wars set.

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Modified TAG soldier goes full-auto on old VOR NeoSov mutant.
Modified TAG soldier goes full-auto on old VOR NeoSov mutant.

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Upper walkway is two plastic .22 bullet holders supported by plastic girders
Upper walkway is two plastic .22 bullet holders supported by plastic girders
Wish that gun emplacement worked.
Wish that gun emplacement worked.
Hannibal at the gate!
Hannibal at the gate!

Author: ccglazier

Stained glass artist, SFF writer, wargamer.

2 thoughts on “Junction Box Bunker no. 3”

    1. Thanks. Thought of you when I posted this. Walking the aisles of Home Depot, they’re too good and inexpensive to pass up.

      I’m finishing a Warlord Games large factory now. Way more $$ but a great kit. Can’t wait to see the guys’ faces when they see it on the table.

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