Sunday, 23 September 2018

15mm Modern/Sci-Fi Rubble Scenery Bodging........

Wow.....another post........

These bad boys are for my city streets for the modern or sci-fi gaming, they are based on old DVD movies discs I was sent but were awful( I think one starred Vinnie Jones in a recent flick), the contents of the bases were found in the bits box ( a mixture of 15mm and HO scale) and the field I live in......

I wanted them to be the one colour to show that the thick city dust has settled on everything but nature has started to make it's presence felt......

Working on a couple of others to finish the set and today I reached a milestone...50, no not stone.....years old!

Who would have thought it.........









58 comments:

  1. They look great Fran. And Happy Birthday

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  2. Nice work Fran, it's good to see you back.
    PS don't be over doing the birthday pickled onion crisps 😂

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  3. these look excellent, happy birthday

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  4. They look good. I feel you are right to mostly stick with a single colour. It gives them a bleak and desperate feel. In addition b painting the windshields in such a way it can easily be read as a thick layer of dust on every surface.

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  5. Happy birthday old boy, welcome to the club.

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  6. Happy birthday young man (one more year for me!)...and great looking Sci-fi rubbles, so atmospheric!

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  7. Nicely done Fran, I love the abandoned vehicles - bleak.

    Happy birthday mate

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  8. Great effect Fran and a very Happy Birthday to you! Just hit that number this year as well.

    Christopher

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  9. Lovely work, Franm and a great idea for some terrain - I can just image the vehicles bogged down in the dust and ash of time. Happy Birthday too :-)

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  10. Happy birthday, dude! I remember fifty...
    I think the single, overall color works well.

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  11. Happy big 50! Look great indeed. One way to reuse crap movies too haha

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  12. I bet you almost forgot how to use Blogger's dashboard, Fran :) Happy National Holiday of Franonia!

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  13. Looking good Birthday Boy! Two posts in 1 week??? Whatever next???

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  14. Some awesome scenic pieces birthday boy!

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  15. Those came out quite nice! Happy birthday youngster !

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  16. Happy Birthday Fran!! Good to see you back blogging – missed ya!

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  17. Happy Birthday, Fran! Great to see your new work - the one-color "dust" works well.

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  18. Happy Birthday, General. And nice rubble scenery.

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  19. Happy Birthday! And welcome to the 50s :)

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  20. Happy Birthday Fran. Good to have you active again. Your blog is always more interesting than Rays!!!
    Richard

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  21. Fantastic! You'll have plenty of fun playing with terrain like that.

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  22. They look great and Happy Birthday!

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  23. Great scatter terrain birthday boy! :)

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  24. Great scatter, but imo a bit of coloured litter (covered in dust) wouldn;t come amiss.
    happy Birthday too btw.

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  25. Nice scatter terrain. Will look great on a board.

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  26. "vinnie jones in a recent flick" ? A reference to subbuteo or a double entendre ?
    I jest.
    Happy birthday matey... don´t let the dust settle :-)

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  27. I see your blog daily, it is crispy to study.
    Your blog is very useful for me & i like so much...
    Thanks for sharing the good information!
    gclub

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