Hey! It’s….GAME NIGHT! Ok, so unfortunately I won’t be posting the Toxic Waste Dump I made last night as I’m not done painting it. But here’s from last game….Hogzilla
Also, in these pictures you can see the road sections I made “final version”. I’ll be making more, of course. They look…well they just look bad-ass. I’m quite proud of them. Not that the paper-on-MDF board ones look bad. As you can see, I used both in that game.
The modeled ones just look very realistic. Pot-holes, actual sidewalks, etc.
My main complaint is the yellow striping doesn’t want to stick very well and obviously was made for clean, well-maintained roads of the model RR enthusiast.
Post Apocalyptic scenery is both harder and easier than Railroad Modelling. Harder because you have to work at making everything look …well… old and shitty. Most of the RR stuff is intended to make pretty, new-looking buildings. “Weathering” and “Distressing” buildings in RR hobby is quite an art form in and of itself. We here at Fallout15mm are attempting to go two steps further and make everything look downright dilapidated. Harder than it sounds, because unlike military modelling, not everything needs or should look like cannon shells fell on it.
On the other hand, it’s easier because we don’t really care if everything is glued together correctly. A 10 year old’s f*** up on eBay is an awesome and cheap find often BETTER than if you bought the kit brand-new and did everything yourself.
Well, the last picture is just such a building. Honestly, I could do some stuff to it to make it look “awesomer”, but it’s just fine the way it is. I was surprised to find out it was a kit of a demolished building, not a scratch-build or a kit-bash. I paid a bit more than I normally do. I think it was $20 shipping and everything, but I’m quite happy any time I can pick up a piece that I can just plop right on the table an play with.
See ya next week. Don’t forget to take your Rad-Away!