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Not everything in this thread will be a toybash, but so much of my terrain is built of broken and cast-off toys that it seemed the right time for a re-title.

Just finished up 2 Cyberpunk buildings made by combining Mantic Battlezone panels and Dust Warzone Tenements. I've previously built a bunch of structures based on the Warzone Tenement kits, but this combination really brings them further into sci-fi.
Lots of pics and construction kits hints here:
http://chicagoskirmish.blogspot.com/2015/06/dust-tenements-mantic-battlezones.html
A few teasers to get you interested. I really think you're going to want to read the whole post...


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Very inventive use of the warzone tenement! Kudos!

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In Dubio

I like that a lot. Stylewise it reminds me of something, but for the life of me I can't remember what.

I like the colors as well.

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Absolutely incredible! I would love to have some of these for my table :-)

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Thanks Folks!

 wrinklestiltskin wrote:
I like that a lot. Stylewise it reminds me of something, but for the life of me I can't remember what.
I like the colors as well.


Glad you liked it. I was thinking of Bladerunner when I made them though I didn't do any reference work.

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My second June Terrain project.
A resale shop "Rokenbok" playset provided me with the basis for two more industrial terrain pieces.
More pics, WIPs, and process here:
http://chicagoskirmish.blogspot.com/2015/06/rokenbok-terrain-bonanza.html#comment-form

A Storage Tank


A Gravel Elevator

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More buildings from toys and junk to show today. A multi-level chemical facility from a plastic egg box and a smelter from a Creepy Crawlers molding toy.
More Pics, WIP and details here:
http://chicagoskirmish.blogspot.com/2015/06/more-toybashing-creepy-crawlers-and-egg.html


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In Dubio

That is just amazingly done. I think my kids used to play with something like that from play-do, never would have figured to make terrain from it.

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 wrinklestiltskin wrote:
That is just amazingly done. I think my kids used to play with something like that from play-do, never would have figured to make terrain from it.


Thanks!. It's very possibly the same. Creepy Crawler sets in one form or another have been around since the 60's, though some of the early versions looked alot like easy bake ovens.

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Today I've got a little change of pace from my previous sci-fi offerings.

Recently my friend gave me the terrain pieces from the Reaper "Dragons Don't Share" set.
Despite a couple minor flaws, this is a very impressive terrain set that paints up a treat and by virtue of being sectioned should prove quite versatile. Full pics and review here:
http://chicagoskirmish.blogspot.com/2015/06/dragons-dont-share-but-mike-does.html


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Great stuff!

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My last terrain projects for the month.

This time it's some very old ruins, a pier and a rowboat.
Full story and pics here: http://chicagoskirmish.blogspot.com/2015/06/fantasy-terrain-bits-and-more-waterfront.html




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A long overdue update. I've long loved the classic Escher miniatures, but never felt I had the painting ability to do the scupts justice. However, I recently had a friend -whose painting style I really admire paint up my 15 woman Escher gang in exchange for me building him a bunch of custom terrain.
And here they are!


Pics of all figs front and back and plenty of details here: http://chicagoskirmish.blogspot.com/2015/09/the-exchange-with-mattias-part-2-escher.html
They're all stock figures except for the figure on the left which has an interesting history...

One more teaser to entice you to visit.

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Just some more terrain that I bashed together from cast-off toys and game pieces.

As always details and lots of pics on the blog: http://chicagoskirmish.blogspot.com/2015/09/shipping-containers-from-micro-machines.html
Also a Truck!


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Another batch of terrain finished up.
This Time I made 2 Scuttles and 3 bridges, mostly from broken O Gauge train cars.
As usual, full details on the blog here:
http://chicagoskirmish.blogspot.com/2015/09/bridges-and-scuttles-from-o-scale-train.html
Scuttles.

These have turned out to be quite useful pieces that block figures and small vehicles, but with a rather narrow footprint they don't take up too much table space.

One of the Bridges.

I've been building alot of vertical terrain with useable upper areas. These are great for turning those upper areas from simply being towers to climb into a truly multistory battlefield.

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EDIT: Removed in-progress pics
http://www.chicagoskirmishwargames.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=82&p=458#p458

Painted pics coming tomorrow.

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A real update this time.
Here's the finished product:
Every bit of this came from a single broken G-Gauge toy mail car. The rear sliding door actually functions!





More completed pics, in-progress pics and construction info here:
http://www.chicagoskirmishwargames.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=82&p=464#p464

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Part 3 for this week.
Another project today. This began as a plastic toy mountain that -no surprise- I found at goodwill. The top of the mountain had a molded section of track to attach to Brio/Thomas style of wooden track. I covered this in concrete mix. A black spray prime was followed by dark grey texture paint, sprinkling on more concrete mix (a mix from the hardware store with concrete sand and gravel), a wetbrush of brown, a drybrush of tan, and some matte varnish.

Unlike many similar toys this one has some great flat areas for putting figures on. Perfect for Wargaming!


The inside was completely hollow so I just glued in a piece of cardboard and texture painted it to create the tunnel walls.

I really like plastic toys for this kind of thing because they are so lightweight and sturdy. No risk of chipping or breakage that you get with foam. I think this will fit in well with the rest of my rocky desert terrain set which includes big foam hills/cliffs, smaller Playmobile rocks and the bunker made from Thomas and Friends dock. All of which have received similar treatment as seen here.

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Nice stuff....now I'l lhave to start cruising the local goodwill stores!

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I'm finally working on the Fisher Price Parking Garage that I've had sitting around for ages. This is for a buddy of mine who is painting up a 15 figure necromunda gang for me.

Here's how it started.




I build most of my terrain with out a base and he was ok with that, so the base came off, it was dis-assembled and the various parts got soaked in purple power to get the stickers off.

Then I got to work. Just yesterday I found a batch of plastic word cards, base 10 blocks and square tokens at the resale shop and I used some of all of them in this along with lots of other bits. They all seem to be made of plastics that will adhere with MEK based plastic glue which makes assembly alot easier. The actual garage levels aren't shown because asside from removing the red crank from the front I didnt change anything. Virtually all my effort went into the elevator tower.


Base 10 bricks, tokens, other bits, etc... Just alot of stuff glued on to make empty space more interesting

The middle of the side is a separate piece which will make it easy to spray it a contrasting color before assembly. Love those word tiles for covering over the spaces formelry occupied by the elevator crank and bell.


Here's what the 3 wall sections look like together.


The elevator car and 3 removable "doors". The car will be permanently parked on the second floor so I put some base 10 bricks around the roof to make it easy to put figs on the "third" floor.


In most parking garages, the passengers ride in the elevator, so the passenger gondola was unecessary. However the bottom section will make a good cover for an AC unit on the roof of the structure. I made the internal AC stuff out of Knex, Mega and Base 10 blocks. I was just throwing it together, but it does have rough representations of some of the major AC unit parts.


Just got finished base coating everything. I should have pics of that up tomorrow.

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What a great idea.

As this is something of an ongoing concern I'm gonna move this to the P&M blog section.


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Thanks!
Yeah, P&M blogs is a good place. I'll probably be doing more in-progress shots for upcoming projects as well.

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Wow, some great work on these toys. I remember having that garage when I was little. I'm looking forward to seeing how you modify it

   
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No brushwork yet (had a family movie night instead), but here's the base-coated/colored sections. The sections all work pretty well I think and I'm rather happy with the texture on the garage section which was made by flinging powdery cement mix at wet spray paint and then spraying a heavy layer of spray paint over that.






The blue color was a Rustoleum "chalk" matte color spray it came out clumpy on some spaceships and I expected the same (rough texture is good for buildings) here, but on this it was super smooth. I may have to give that line some more attention and possibly use it on minis. The light green on the elevator car is a satin color but it should flatten right out with some matte spray and/or drybrushing.

This week will see alot of wet and drybrushing and hopefully finish this up in the next couple days.

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Awesome blog. I really like the Sci Fi terrain you've been doing.

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 evildrcheese wrote:
Awesome blog. I really like the Sci Fi terrain you've been doing.

EDC


Thanks!
Glad you liked it. There should be considerably more coming as I've got a bunch of Sci-Fi scatter terrain to do for another friend and then I can dig into my personal project the Sci-Fi Train.

Also, I just resized some of the older large pics on this page so it should be an easy read from here on out.

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The Garage is Finished!
My buddy decided to keep the 3 sections (ramp, Tower, Parking Structure) separate. I trimmed the tabs a bit, but the parts still fit together snuggly.

First the tower.


With the doors in place.

The Rooftop A/C unit


The Ramp


Parking Structure

Love that filthy grime...


Altogether now!



And now it's boxed up and will be off to my buddy on Thursday. I'm super happy with it except for two minor things. First, I had initially put some faded lines on the parking surface, but they were completely obscured by the heavy weathering job. Next time I'll make the initial lines bolder. Second, I somehow managed to leave a short area on the front of each level -where the passenger gondola docked in the original toy) open with no guardrail. Luckily my next project is a batch of scatter terrain. While building them I'll also make two barriers to cover those spots.

These are both pretty modern and don't really affect it's functionality. I don't have any use for a parking garage in my terrain collection, but I liked this enough that if I find another I might buy it just for the tower section which is a very nice looking and compact urban structure.

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Here's a batch of scatter and small terrain I'm making for a buddy of mine. In exchange he will be painting up 6 or 7 necromunda characters.

All are based on more of the "Base 10" bricks that I also used on my parking garage Once you gouge them up a bit they make great cement floors.

-The first batch is cargo.
Some bogey's from a toy tank and some random gears taken from the inside of various toys. I love these.


Here's some baby food pouch caps, some electric motors (these are in everything!) and two stacks of I-Beams made from Power City (aka Girder and Panel) sets.


-The second batch is general industrial stuff.
Three bits of machinery all made from leftover parts from the $10 Technolog tanks I built a while back.


Here's a battery box from a flashlight with some tank wheel pieces. A section with a game piece, a farm oil tank, a contact case jar and a small bit of pipe from a toy. The green box was the back of some old army-men toy.


Here's kind a neat twist. I made two additional walkway sections so that each batch of scatter terrain can be placed together into a larger terrain piece.


Just primed these up I'll snap a pic this evening and maybe even start on painting.

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Just finished up a couple of Necromunda style platforms based on platforms from the "Tony Hawk Circut Board" series of skatepart toys.
You can see an example of them here:
http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/688498.page#8635327

Construction process was as follows.
-Cut ends and center out of one and a side off the other.
-Add two supports to bottom of one (it was a bit tippy) and put a tab on top of each to suggest a hatch.
-Remove Roof and glue back on upside down to get the grid pattern.
-Snip off pegs that originally held roof in place to make a level surface.
-Spray prime black with $1 can of flat black from the hardware store.
-Lightly spray orange or blue from a distance to get mottled finish. I used Rustoleum Satin colored spray paint. Even though it's "satin" when applied from a distance in a light dusting, it dries fairly flat. Also it's pretty cheap at around 4 bucks a can.
-Each side was turned face up, drenched in brown wash (Future Floor Finish and paint) then after it dried turn a new side up and repeat, etc..
-Matte Finish to cut the shine
-Drybrush light tan.

Here's the results:








I was tempted to add more detailing on top, but as you can see in the last pic, not doing so makes for a nice wide space that you can stack other terrain on top of in true Necromunda fashion.

A couple other observations...

-I do wish is that I'd gone with either blue for both or orange for both so they'd look more unified when used together.

-The orange one really looks like rusty metal. I'll probably replicate this in the future as a very fast way to make rusty metal.

-I'll definitely be using these satin colored sprays lightly dusted over black again. I avoided them for years because they are satin and not flat, but it turns out to be an extremely fast way to make worn-looking paint and there's a HUGE variety of colors available.

Coming soon, pictures of the Cawdor gang I just received, two of which are in the pics above.

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