Niðavellir Shipyard

The Nidavellir Shipyard is a large UCM Shipyard hidden far away from any planetary system.
After the scattering of humans after the first Scourge attack many ships used their ftl drives and made an random Foldspace jump just to get away. Many of this ships found themselves alone in the dark, to close to a star or a black hole and perished but some made it to an empty place in space. And that’s how the Nidavellir belt was discovered. A collection of large rocks, asteroids in different sizes and collection of dust and sand. Exactly how this place come to be, far from any sun, placed in between systems is not known. It is believed it was created after an extremely unlikely collision of two larger celestial body, with no stronger gravity pull in the vicinity this collection of minerals and rocks have held together by their own combined pull of each other. The scatter of large rocks and the natural background radioactivity have created a hiding place. After the survivors made contact with the now formed UCM the area have been put to good use.

Named after the Norse mythology Nidavellir, the world of the dwarves, for its rich mineral and metal resources. Perfectly for foundries and a large shipyard complex.

This is the place to produce ships...

Sunday, 11 March 2018

First of many

Okey so I'm doing a new paint theme for my PHR. First up is the heavy cruiser Achilles.
I really like the chameleon acrylic paints from green stuff world. So I used mystic gold on this cruiser. It's a green/gold shifting tone that turned out nice.

Hard hiting death

Somehow i always put dekals on my stuff so I tried some necron ones and I like the result. It feels PHR with the circuit theme.

It's got it's tattoos
I'll go a little more ground up in my next post about the paint job and the wonderful colorshift paints.
This badboy will face of against Engel in a very near future. Let's hope it delivers , but I'm a little bit sceptical. But It's a great model and one of my favorits in PHR.



  1. Lovely paint colour. I'm looking forward to seeing more stuff treated with it. I like your coloration of the 'black' areas. They really seem to pop out the details.

  2. Great work Filip, Im loving it.
    As Dave allready mentioned, the darker colour creates a real nice contrast.