Sunday, 19 February 2012

The Hanger Bay & Wasteland Scenery

My good friend Mecha-Ace has just started a fine new wargaming blog, The Hanger Bay. Only one article so far as he's only just started blogging today. But if I know Mecha, and I do, it will be a great gaming blog.

Secondly, last night I spent a fifteen minutes or so putting together a section of ruined modular 28mm building for Aftermath and other Post Apocalyptic wargaming. The plan is to do one of these a night until I use up an A3 sheet of foamcard or run out of CD's. After that I'll base, texture and paint them altogether. I'll probably do a batch of 15mm buildings in a similar fashion while I'm at it. Though I intend to make the 15mm buildings intact structures for Bad Landing scenarios.

7 comments:

  1. That looks pretty good. The idea of putting scenery like this on a cd is perfect. I too have used this method, it gives good stability.

    Now to see it painted mate ;-)

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  2. Won't be for a while yet though. Need to get a big batch ready first. :)

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  3. Looking good mate, If you need them I think I've got a few used CDs kicking about so I do.

    And thanks for the shout out on the blog, hopefully it'll take off.

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  4. Really like the vehicle! At first I thought it was one of the Rebel Minis 'modern hummer' types until you disclosed the origin. Thanks for the kind comments, by the way. Should have some pics of Riflethings, Cyborgs from The Scene, and my (over) ambitious terrain project up soon!

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  5. Hah! Just noticed I commented on the wrong post-what a dipstick! Still, comment still applies-I still like it!

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  6. Thanks very much Gunrunner. Much appreciated. And it doesn't really matter where you post your comments -I still get to read them anyway ;D

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