Underworlds Beastgrave Terrain

Warhammer Underworlds might be my most played game in recent years. I’ve played it casually with some friends and have attended a fair number of tournaments at my local GW. I wanted to add to the visual element of the game, and the Beastgrave terrain kit is a great way to do so, providing some giant skulls and a variety of thematic pieces.

I tried to match the hexagonal stones to those seen on most of the boards, and went with bold colors for the items on each. I find it hard to pick a favorite, as each is such a neat bit of terrain, but the giant purple crystal and fleshy maw are definitely towards the top.

3 Comments

  1. Peer on November 29, 2020 at 4:35 pm

    Hi, I really like your blog. You are very productive and I like your color selection, small conversions and your style overall. May I ask what color you used on that small pond? Is it GW’s Tesseract Glow?
    Keep the good stuff coming!

    • Trysanna on November 29, 2020 at 11:27 pm

      Thanks! I actually painted this before the new Tesseract Glow, that would have made it much easier. I based the whole area with Moot Green and gave it a couple of layers adding in a bit of Flash Gitz Yellow, then a sharp highlight along the ripples and bubbles with some white. I also shaded the perimeter and recesses around the details with some Warpstone Glow.

      • Peer on November 30, 2020 at 10:35 am

        Thanks for the quick response! Wow, even more impressive that you reached this effect without Tesseract Glow. You sound as if it could be a good idea using it, so I will give it a try. I also like how you left aside the tentacles and the clouds of smoke on the other hazard markers and I will do the same.

        Wonderful work, looking forward to future issues of your blog!

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