Aeronautica Imperialis: Imperial Navy and Ork Waaagh! Ground Assets Set – Completed!

Back in November or December, I finally completed the last, small, uninspiring parts of this set. The counters! Now in mid-April I’m finally posting them on the interwebs. The only exciting thing about this whole thing is that it did finally complete all of the parts from the AI accessories boxed set.

I used the same techniques described in the two previous posts to get these done, though it took longer because I wasn’t excited about painting them and being double-sided, they were a bit more of a pain in the arse to do.

And for more-or-less completeness’ sake in this post, here are the main of the two factions in the box – Orks and Imperial Navy. Now at some point I just need to start assembling and painting the actual kits that come in the core box. And then maybe think about perhaps playing a game at some stage…

22 thoughts on “Aeronautica Imperialis: Imperial Navy and Ork Waaagh! Ground Assets Set – Completed!

    • Thanks Ann. The set refers to them as Bunkers, so I figure they’ll be those as well as any adjacent kinds of targets. I may have to make some custom ones like fuel tankers at some point down the line.

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      • Thanks, that is interesting to know. That is a good idea about making some customized fuel tanks. Also, I wonder if something like a radar installation might be not be something that would fit into the theme, since I imagine that radar-controlled/guided AA fire might be a thing?

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      • I haven’t yet played, but either way it sounds like something that would work as a great visual at the very least. Just to find some little radar-type dishes now! (until I buy and figure out 3d printing, one day).


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