Equally important to the visuals of wargaming is the terrain, an aspect of the hobby I don’t have much experience in. Adeptus Titanicus is my first time making any and let me indulge in recreating ruined buildings from a dead city, an aesthetic I’ve always enjoyed.

The ruined terrain was made with the Titanicus Civitas kit, with the main buildings being chopped and cut apart, and small chunks of plastic to add large chunks of rubble around the area. I also made sure to add some small bits of battle damage to the more intact structures.

The terrain really shines next to the Titans and Knights I’ve painted, complimenting their bases and tying the whole group together.

I have some plans to add a few more terrain pieces to my collection, including a tall skyscraper and a few fallen Titans.

5 Comments

  1. Xavier on February 24, 2021 at 12:11 pm

    That’s amazingly well done.
    Congratz!

    As a Marine & tiny robots enthusiast I’m looking into making a diorama featuring Titan and epic marines. This page is therefore of a great interest to me!
    Out of curiosity: how many kit of Civita did you bought for all the buildings displayed here?

    Best,
    Xavier

    • Trysanna on March 24, 2021 at 5:34 am

      Thanks! I’m not sure of the exact amount, I picked up the Grand Master set when the game was first released. I think it comes out to one and a half, two kits.

      • Xavier on March 30, 2021 at 8:29 am

        Thank you!

  2. Crab-stuffed Mushrooms on March 11, 2021 at 4:44 am

    Hey, these look great! Would you mind sharing what paints / colors you used? Thanks in advance!

    • Trysanna on March 24, 2021 at 6:25 am

      I used a lot of drybrushing and mixed the colours a bit, but I used Dark Reaper, Deepkin Flesh, Agrax Earthshade (Mostly for the rubble), and Abbadon black.

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