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Walking Dead Scenery

Walking Dead Scenery

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Project Blog by denzien

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About the Project

I collected the scenario packs for walking dead all out war but felt I'd neglected the game. I recently set about doing some themed terrain for the scenarios which includes putting together the kits available from Mantic.

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Signs

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Signs

Every prison needs some warning signs. I stuck some on fences and snatched some images from the TV show. When I spotted the sign warning folk about hitchhikes I had to do a version of that.

Signs
Signs

Fences

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Fences

Every prison needs a security fence. The posts have slots in them for you to slide a chain link sheet. This was a bit fiddly to push through but the kt came with plenty of spares and some wire to thread through the top.

Fences

The Game Mat

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The paper mat.The paper mat.

I should have put this image up first to show what the 3D scenery is supposed to represent. Today I’m going to work on the chain link fences and some signs to help bring it to life. I was thinking the set will also be useful for games of Fallout and spec op type games.

Painted Up

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Painted Up

I had a busy day painting this up. I put the TV show on for a bit of inspiration and spotted that the corridors have that split colour scheme you get in institutions. I used a darker shade for this apart from the Mess hall where I went for a green shade. The floor tiles were a pain here. I also looked to the show for door colours. The reddish brown is a nice contrast to the concrete walls. The watch tower seems to be a lighter shade so it stands separate to the main building.

Painted Up
Painted Up
Painted Up

Starting the build

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Starting the build

The Prison kit is designed to rill the role of the floor plan sheet you get in the behind bars scenario kit and is designed by Sarissa. It wasn’t difficult to put together but has a few fiddly bits. The cell doors slide open so you have to be careful not to glue it shut. The worse part was the railing to the watch tower that takes a lot of lining up.

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