Gregster’s Lab Terrain for Adeptus Titanicus

Last year I invested as part of the community in an Indiegogo campaign to create some more scenery compatible with Adeptus Titanicus. I’d bought some of Gregster’s Lab stuff previously and really liked it.

Several months later everything is cast and the order has landed. May the building and painting begin! Here’s an unboxing video

Progress

Used a mix of PVA and paint to seal the foam whilst I think about next steps.

I have a vision for a staircase that is proving hard to realise. Must try harder with the plasticard.

Gothic Scenery

It stuck me that there was a great opportunity to mash up some of the Games Workshop sets and merge some together for great effect.

So having seen them in Games Workshop Durham store, I thought that these mausoleum buildings from the Garden of Morr set were about the right scale.

Sure enough stacked up with some of the Adeptus Titanicus buildings they could work well. So it was time to do some kit bashing.

I think these…

…turned out…

…okay. Bought another building set off eBay that provided the doors for one of the buildings.

I liked the ability of these buildings to be stacked and intermingled. Gives great options for making varied city scapes.

Paired Laser Blasters

Modern tech is great. Games Workshop’s delay in releasing further weapons has created a gap in the market for independently designed and 3D printed alternatives.

I hadn’t bought much stuff like this in the past, but I have been impressed with the quality of these prints.

I thought that the armoured containers were too good to pass up on too.

So with a couple of Titans a few knights, weapon options and some buildings I think we’re ready to play some games!

There’s still a few buildings to paint and yet there is plenty of variety to mix thinks up in future.

Line of Sight blocking terrain was always key in the original edition and I think it’s going to be key in this edition too.