The "interior" side has lots of gantries and overhangs to give it a more claustrophobic feel, almost like a mini - diorama. I kept the sides pretty flat, so I could use this piece in between other terrain (Especially Space Hulk terrain). This piece is pretty vertical, providing lots of places to stand without taking up a lot of table space- perfect terrain for the cramped quarters of an underhive or forge complex.
Here's a closeup of the detail on the horizontal tank. Rivets and angles go a long way to establishing the gothic industrial look. The rust washes are particularly effective here. What's also amazing is the white "decals" in the upper right are actually stickers from a Zoids toy! Once you flat coat them they look great.
You can see how claustrophobic the interior is in this shot. It really feels like the depths of a hive or space hulk. I'm really happy with this piece- the shapes, the colors, the playability- guess I need to start playing Necromunda again... Be sure to check out its big brother, the Type II Filtration Tower!
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