Just as the Subject says, today was spent finishing up a bunch more of the terrain scatter. I've now finished painting all the Lv427 Designs cargo piles I had, as well as painted up Combatzone Scenery's Hanley's Hope Lab set.
While designed for Aliens, Face Huggers are a fan favorite for alien bug types. The set has the iconic lab specimen containters.
Should you be inspired to purchase this set for yourselves, learn fom my errors. I didn't have any 2 part resin, so opted to use scenic water to fill my vats. I started by filling the bottom with Elmer's clear glue. The idea being that this would dry & seal the base area.
However in my excitement to work on these, I didn't wait long enough & began pouring the scenic water into the vats...you can guess the results. So take 2....used the Elmer clear glue & ALLOWED it to dry before pouring the scenic water. Then added the specimen. Let them sit for a couple days & finally placed the lids on them.
As well there are 3 lab tables with microsopes & coffee mugs! One has a facehugger specimen that was likely being inspected before the gestation period ended & the exomorphs burst forth.
There also ended up being 2 extra face huggers, which may find their way onto a base of their own.
A very nice set to be sure!
As mentioned I also completed the remaining Lv427 cargo piles.
Lastly I had this remaining Data Objective that was painted, but somehow kept getting overlooked, so here it is.
I just found a box of scatter terrain from Mantic's Deadzone (original kickstarter stuff) that I am now cleaning & prepping for painting.