13/01/2023 at 00:02 #182153
So this is my build for a Post-Apocalyptic game based on the Zone of the classic “Roadside Picnic” novel. Rules will be modified Zona Alfa and it’s supplement Kontraband. I’m trying to de-emphasize the shoot’em up aspect and have the players concentrate more on collecting artifacts while avoiding the denizens of the Zone.
Most of the terrain is scratch built or 3D printed. The Zone threats are 3D printed as are most of the scientists. I’m afraid I can’t remember the manufacturers of the metal figures. Sorry.
Hope you enjoy this and hope the pictures come through.13/01/2023 at 00:03 #182154
Another overview of the game13/01/2023 at 00:05 #182155
Partially destroyed Data Center with it’s valuable computers and computer discs. This is one of the targets of gangs in the Zone.13/01/2023 at 00:07 #182156
This is a gang of religious fanatics, who worship the alien artifacts, and will kill any interlopers into their territory. My son rescued a corroded bit of copper piping from the plumber at my father-in-laws house. He thought I could do something with it. It is to the right of the APC (I am Captain Obvious here).13/01/2023 at 00:09 #182157
Government troops whose job is to keep others out of the Zone and prevent the Black Market sale of alien technology13/01/2023 at 00:11 #182158
Renegade Stalkers who are in the business of black market artifact sales.13/01/2023 at 00:13 #182159
The scientists and their guides have lost their Government forces escorts and have blundered into a large Zone inhabitant. Oh dear.13/01/2023 at 00:14 #182160
Beer cans put to good use. We all make sacrifices for our hobby.13/01/2023 at 00:16 #182161
Even a 3D printing misprint can be re-purposed. At least with some games.13/01/2023 at 01:56 #182163irishserbParticipant
Fantastic work! I love that large Zone inhabitant. Maybe its friendly?13/01/2023 at 06:36 #182167Jim WebsterParticipant
Love it. A really inspirational table 🙂
Scenarios keep bubbling out of it!
https://jimssfnovelsandwargamerules.wordpress.com/13/01/2023 at 10:17 #182175MikeKeymaster13/01/2023 at 11:22 #182177willzParticipant
A fantastic display of wargaming and modelling, thanks for sharing.13/01/2023 at 14:44 #182180Darkest Star GamesParticipant
Really cool stuff! I hope they are watching out for those slight differences that telltale an anomaly so they don’t get suddenly turned inside out.
"I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."13/01/2023 at 17:16 #182192
Fantastic work! I love that large Zone inhabitant. Maybe its friendly?
I don’t know…….I wouldn’t count on it.13/01/2023 at 17:28 #182193
One funny thing I forgot to add…..
The scientist in the yellow hoody, without the Hazmat gear, is a 3D print of a figure that is Mel the Terrain Tutor. And I have no idea where I got that. He’s carrying a notebook (probably of terrain sketches) so in this game he is the leader of the scientists.15/01/2023 at 20:04 #1822606mmwargamingParticipant
Wow, great looking scenery. I used quite a few failed 3D prints for my scifi scenery and its a good way to go
My 6mm Wargaming site https://6mm.wargaming.info01/02/2023 at 03:35 #182875BrutalCitiesParticipant
Nice pics!01/02/2023 at 04:44 #182876The Red HobbitParticipant
Indeed! That is some very impressive scenery
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