|The thoroughfares of Necromunda are often bustling and lively.|
This new pair of habs are made from a simple small box constructed from four Necromunda bulkheads with plasticard roofs and detailed with styrene strip.
|I made a closed bulkhead door with more pieces of styrene.|
|The hanging cage is a cheap jewellery pendent. I actually sawed off the top and inserted an ork squig as a pet, but you can barely see it on the finished hab, so that was probably wasted effort!|
I painted this pair in the same style as the previous habs - a dirty and rusty grey with some yellow detailing (remember I'm using yellow to denote residential structures).
But what about the flexible configuration? This pair of habs is designed to be stacked. The hab with the shutters fits onto the hab with the cage, just like this:
The larger roof size of the lower hab means there's a balcony to the rear of the upper hab, helpfully ensuring that there are no awkward doors at first floor level. The roof design of the lower hab has a negative of the footprint for the upper, meaning they interlock a little too.
And once you start terracing the habs, you can end up with some nice street backdrops:
As well as working on more habs, I've been thinking of ways to make street scenes more interesting and to aid movement above street level.
I've made some shades from scale model beach umbrellas and brass rod which can be suspended between buildings.
And some walkways to assist with movement:
I really need at least double the number of walkways, and some at double the length, but that can be a project for another time!