Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Post Apocalyptic Ruins Part 2

I didn't want to bombard you all with millions of pics in the last post but I did get all the ruins down on the table to see what sort of area all my post apoc terrain would cover. Its a decent amount but I still need 5-6 more I reckon to cover a 3ft x 3ft area.. I plan on doing some more cd based sized buildings perhaps some taller two storey ones. Need to have a think about that though as I'm not sure whether I want them to have 3 or 4 walls. I also want to do some stands of trees but again I'm not sure to make generic ones or go with a more post apoc theme with it.


























41 comments:

  1. fantastic scenery, and I love the crashed van on one of the buildings - it adds a nice touch

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    1. Thanks very much. The van also acts as a second way into and up to the first floor :)

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  2. Keep up the great work, Simon. You're clearly on a roll here and your scenery is mighty impressive.

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    1. Thanks Bryan. I think now i've got a bit of success with some finished terrain. I'm more confident and willing to to crack on more with it.

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  3. They look great together, and the photography captures the realism well. The mohawk guys are menacing.

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    1. Cheers Dean I have some more to add to these at some point. Long list of stuff to do though first.

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  4. Warms my heart to see such nice attention to terrain! Great job!

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    1. Thanks very much. Kind praise indeed and good to see you about the blogosphere again as well.

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  5. Great job Simon! The terrain looks great altogether and the gangs look amazing amongst it.

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    1. Thanks Bob. I can't wait to have enough to get a proper game in.

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  6. Terrific stuff Simon. It all works so very well together and looks fantastic. Great stuff :-)

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    1. Thanks very much dude! I'm a chuffed with how its all coming together.

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  7. That table is coming together really well. Looking forward to some action shots of the table in use.

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    1. Thanks mate. Yes soon hopefully need to make some more bits for it and then it will be ready.

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  8. Nice work on this terrain. I need to get on making some myself.

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    1. Thanks Sean. Start with something small and simple and finish it. IT certainly stokes the fire to make more.

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  9. That's a nice eye candy! Only now I realised how large that building you done first is!

    As for ruins, I don't think you can fit a complete 2 story house on a CD, it would come out odd, but I'm interested in seeing what you can do with them.

    Some green CD bases full of vegetation might not be a bad idea, perhaps some aquarium plants.

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    1. Thanks Mathyoo. Was thinking not so much complete buildings but similar to the corner ruins I have done already but taller perhaps. I do want to another big one. But not just yet as I need to focus on the Britanan force for the tournament.

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  10. Alot of lovely team shoots and great terrain :) Nice!

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  11. Wonderful scenery there Simon and it is really bringing to life the table giving it that post apoc feel

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    1. Thanks very much! Yes its coming together nicely.

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  12. The terrain looks fantastic with the minis alongside. Great work and very well done mate. :)

    The whole things looks great, and I suspect some ace gaming will be had among them. ;)

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    1. Thanks very much mate lets hope so! I think at least one more big one is on the cards at some point this year.

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  13. They look great Simon, If you do more I say go with the post apoc theme, keep up the good work.

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    1. Thanks very much. Post apoc is quite easy todo really. I do think I'll have to have a bash at some intact buildings at some point but that will be much later in the year.

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  14. damn fine work Simon! Crank my jealous-o-meter up to 12!

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  15. Well More scenery is not always a good thing. Unless it is as good as this.

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    1. Thanks Clint. Lets hope I can keep it upto this standard then :)

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  16. Looks really fine, Simon. All those pieces really come together for a cinematic feel, and make your figures look even nastier, somehow. Not a world I'd like to live in, but it looks great.

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    1. Thanks Michael. I have to agree it certainly changes the tone of the models.

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  17. Seeing it al together makes one realise just how much you've made - these look great. you should be very pleased will all the effort you put in.

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    1. Thanks Zabadak. I hope to make a good amount for a 3x3 so plenty to go still yet. Shall perusing your blog for some more ideas!

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  18. Top notch, Simon. Great pics too. Very appropriate to see the minis in their natural habitat.

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