Friday, February 10, 2012
Some shots of the finished CityBoard
Hi, folks. Here's a few shots of the "finished" CityBoard. Are these things ever finished? Especially since I just received my order from Recreational Conflict of some Ainsty Vending Machines, an ATM Cashpoint Machine and some swivel office chairs. That was incredibly quick. I placed the order on the evening of the 6th when I saw on TMP that Recreational Conflict is the new US supplier for Ainsty. Came home from work today on the 10th and the order was already here. Excellent service. But now I have a few more things to add to the finished board. Anyway, here's some pics. Not the best lighting, unfortunately. Labels will be referring to the pic above the text label.
One of the backlots. The buildings are the Roche Motel (grey), Medical Clinic (white) and Bank (brown). Scratchbuilt dumpster and Model RR Telephone booth.
Sideview down Main Street. A horde of mostly Hero/Horror Clix Zombies in the intersection. The barriers are plaster cast from Ikea ice cube trays. Buildings on right are Downtowner Apartments (brown) Detective Agency/Bailbonds (grey) and Gunshop in the distance. Left side are the Bank, Medical Clinic and the fence of the Warehouse is seen in the distance.
View from behind the Zombie Horde down Maincross Avenue. A thin line of brave Survivors prepare to fend them off. Me, I'd have got the F outa there. :)
Cross-table shot from the warehouse. Maybe those EM4 Mechs will help the Survivors.
Different angle down Main Street.
This shot is from behind the Gunshop and Pioneer Steakhouse. A bunch of Zombies are awaiting paint in the left foreground.
Looking the opposite way down Maincross.
Angled shot from the Steakhouse looking toward the Roche Motel and Medical Clinic.
30 nice Victory Force Minis Zombies.
Same 30 VFM Zombies and an additional 60 Zombies. 30 of those are Wargames Factory, the other 30 are WGF legs with Mantic Zombie heads and torsos.
Well, there you have it, the cityboard. Thank you for your interest, comments, and support as I worked on this project. I should also thank you for your inspiration, as well, because I have drawn heavily on the great ideas I've seen on your blogs.
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