Slum Complex looks better when painted!

What do you do when the slums are full of criminals? Paint it to attract new victims, uhm we mean visitors…

It’s a sad reality that when a residential area falls into disrepair or there is an inadequate amount of housing, slums pop up. But luckily for anyone living in the Sector 2 Slum Complex, our highly useful and totally not politically corrupt overlords have fixed all our issues with a lick of paint. This week’s Monday Motivation is thanks to the amazing terrain skills of Veda AKA nyerd_room who recently finished working on one of our kits.

Sector 2 Slum Complex

We don’t really know how Orcs great each other in the far-off future but we’re guessing its a form of grunts and high-fiving. No longer a happy dwelling for the underprivileged, the Slums are looking fantastic now. Granted there are a few spots of rust here and a few scratches there but look at this place! The green skins have done a great job turning the slums into a much nicer place.

Veda has done a fantastic job building/painting this kit and honestly, everyone in the office was very impressed! Given this set is modular, you can layout the building in a variety of ways but personally, I really like how Veda has placed barricades and smaller buildings at the front, allowing the larger platforms and supports to tower at the back.

Talking quality of painting, Veda has a done fantastic job and has really hit the post apocalyptic aesthetic on the head. The running slime from the vents and tubes is a great idea whilst I love the rust slowly decaying the structure.

Thanks for sharing your work with us Veda!

That’s it for this week’s Monday Motivation. If you have a project you want to start or add to your tabletop setup. Then make sure you head over to the TTCombat webstore for a wide range of miniatures and scenery. If you have anything of ours that you’d like to see featured as a Monday Motivation post, then send us some photos to

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