Incursion: 3D Playset - Fenris Generator Control Panel Objective Markers


My Incursion 3D Play Set project is slowly smoldering away in the background and seeing as many of the components can be used for Dust Tactics too it seemed quite reasonable to me (that's my excuse anyway) to get some more of those elements done too.
Fenris Incursion Generator Control Panel Objective Markers
These Generator Control Panels are used for Scenario 6  from the Incursion rule book 'AC/DC' in which the Allies are engaged in an all-out drive for the Axis Command Centre and the Doosday Device.

The objective markers are available from Fenris Games who obtained permission to sculpt and market them as an 'official' Incursion product. They cost just £6.50 for all 5.

They were a simple grey spray undercoat, base coat of olive drab and citadel wash. The dials were hand painted with a black wash base and a simple two colour highlight before adding the black dial.

Fenris Incursion Generator Control Panel.
They make nifty objective markers for Icursion and fit perfectly with the aesthetic of the  Dust Tactics universe, so they'll see plenty of use.

16 comments:

  1. They are very useful scenery items, Adam. I could certainly find a use for them in a lot more than just Incursion, which I do have.

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    1. Absolutely, perfect for Pulp games, superheroes and I can see me using them in an ATZ game too... electric fence control panels perhaps?

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  2. They look superb, I love the detailing.

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    1. Thank you Michael. It seemed like it might be a bit of an effort when I started the first one, but it quickly came together

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  3. Simple and effective, I like these a lot and you've done a good paint-job on them.
    (A figure alongside would have helped showing their size.)

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    1. Thanks Joe. Yeah, I kinda missed an oppotunity there, I'll see what I can do sir

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  4. Those are really nice. Hats down for painting all the dials, too!

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    1. Thanks Mathyoo, I thought it would be worth that little bit of extra effort

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  5. Excellent markers and as you say very useful for so many other things.

    I will have to try and remember things like this when I eventually get around to a villainous lair for 7TV.

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    1. Thanks Simon. Yup, they're definitely bang on the money for 7TV

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  6. I could see several great uses for these. Any sort of power panel/control box for scenery or as an objective. The dials are what really sell them!

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    1. Absolutely. They certainly appealed to me. Thank you. I thought it was worth the additonal time to make them stand out

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  7. Great stuff Adam.
    Super useful dude.

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    1. Thasnks Bob. They will definitely see use in plenty of different games.

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  8. I really like these (even though I thought they were 6mm buildings until right now...dope). Lovely work, mate.

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