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  • #157836
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    Ha, very funny!

     

    The buildings are made from foam core and laminated with different types of plastic card.  All my buildings are made the same way.  The windows are actually printed or scratch built.  I also used a lot of thin cardboard as well.  Lots of crazy glue and filler in the gaps .


    #158223
    Avatar photoGraham Harrison
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    You table looks superb, well done!

    #161720
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    Some new agents for Pulp Alley!

    #161730
    Avatar photoFred B
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    Love your setups Ben (discovered them last year or so and went through everything I could find of yours)! Glad to see more of the 15mm Cthulhu 🙂 I am working on some 15mm pulp(ish) game myself, so I am always happy to steal ideas get inspired by work of others and do something similar for my table.

    I wouldn’t mind getting some of the same minis, I see some khurasan minis there, but I don’t recognize others (like the men in suits and hats). Would you mind sharing what are the minis you’re using for this game?

    Also, there’s an arrow on the pic implying that there’s another pic after a click and it took me waaaaaay to long to realize it is part of the picture and not an actual button. Would love to see the 2nd pic tho 😀

    #161731
    Avatar photoDarkest Star Games
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    That King In Yellow is spooooky.

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #161745
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    It’s from Instagram, there really are no other pics.  The majority of g men are from Khurasan, but the guy in black is from Rebel minis.

    thanks for all the comments!

    #161746
    Avatar phototelzy amber
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    How do the Brigadegames models look, compared to the Khurasan up close?

    I really like the “Go to Guy with Monkey”

    #161765
    Avatar photoGone Fishing
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    More excellent work. I too really like your King in Yellow – did you sculpt him yourself?

    #161768
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    The Brigade are all over the map.  They look fine on the table, but many of them up close are thinner.  There are some awesome sculpts in the pack.

    The King in Yellow is from CP models.

    #161769
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    I was fooling around with my camera yesterday:

    #163483
    Avatar photoWar Monkey
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    Some very nice Terrain and figures thanks for sharing.

     

    #164424
    Avatar photoCacique Caribe
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    Telzy

    Do you mean these fellas?

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/9593487@N07/albums/72157624579750276/with/4827880530/

    Dan
    Loads of WIPs: https://www.flickr.com/photos/9593487@N07/albums/with/72157710630529376

    #164426
    Avatar phototelzy amber
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    Dan I cannot access those albums but “Go to Guy with Monkey” is a Brigadegames 15mm Pulp figure

     

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    #173387
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    Working on a Innsmouth zine.  I also finished a National Grocery Building (top corner).

    Here is the beginning of a game . . .

     

    #173423
    Avatar photoMike
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    I was fooling around with my camera yesterday:

    Cool shot.

    #174458
    Avatar photoCacique Caribe
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    Wow!  Now I’m undecided as to which terrain to do first, Egypt or the towns in the NE coast of the US.

    Dan
    Loads of WIPs: https://www.flickr.com/photos/9593487@N07/albums/with/72157710630529376

    #178453
    Avatar photoCacique Caribe
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    The finished Farm Board: Modular so I can use it for Fantasy stuff as well

    Ben

    Got any specific pointers on how to build a barn like yours?  Also, what are the dimensions of your barn?

    Thanks

    Dan
    Loads of WIPs: https://www.flickr.com/photos/9593487@N07/albums/with/72157710630529376

    #178459
    Avatar photoPaint it Pink
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    It’s great to see the ongoing thread grow showing the imagination and perseverance to make a great wargame tabletop experience for players.

    One is good, more is better
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    #178468
    Avatar photoThe Red Hobbit
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    So many beautiful buildings, quite an impressive Innsmouth

    #178477
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    Hey, this thread won’t die!

    Just kidding.  I’ve taken a break from Innsmouth but will return soon.

    Barn is 50mm by 75mm roughly.

    #178581
    Avatar photoCacique Caribe
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    Thanks for the dimensions!

    Dan
    Loads of WIPs: https://www.flickr.com/photos/9593487@N07/albums/with/72157710630529376

    #185340
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    A basic graveyard build for Innsmouth.  I was working on some Ghostbuster stuff at the time, so this is the only picture I took.

     

    #185342
    Avatar photoMike
    Keymaster

    Cool beans.

    Nice to see you back sharing your goodness.

    Though technically it looks more like a cemetery but hey…

    #185351
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    Love this work.

    #185384
    Avatar photoDarkest Star Games
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    Looks proper creepy and dilapidated.  Funny, I always figured the Innsmouthains just flushed their dead… [/ducks for cover]

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #191849
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    Finished Devil’s Reef, with a 12 by 12 tile to keep it desk friendly.  Trying to finish up some Innsmouth terrain before the snow flies!

     

     

    #191851
    Avatar photokyoteblue
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    Very impressive.

    #191854
    Avatar photoSteelonsand
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    Looking great – always enjoy your terrain pieces – glad to see you back at it – lots of possibilities on such a small template with the way you have the reef connected, and some deep, dark-looking water too – who knows what might emerge from the depths …… ?

    #191873
    Avatar photoDarkest Star Games
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    I like it, a lot of possibilities there.

    No crashy waves?  COuld be neat (and probably irritating) to have a mechanic where unwary figures could be swept off the rocks.

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #191879
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    I tried experimenting with resin pours and wrecked the first model unfortunately.  I painted the water three times with waves and then I gave up!  The water is more blue in person.

    Still waters run deep?

    #191910
    Avatar photoDarkest Star Games
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    Did you ever play the PC Cthulhu game?  It was quite good, and there’s a whole chapter where you play on and in the reef, fight good old Dagon as well as aliens.  Now you just need some Great Race of Yith to pop up randomly!

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #191947
    Avatar photoGraham Harrison
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    That’s a great playing board.

    #192057
    Avatar photoOldBen1
    Participant

    Ive never played it before I’m afraid.

    #192058
    Avatar photoMike
    Keymaster

    I do like, have you ever thought about black and white or just sepia toned models?

     

    #192099
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    I’ve seen some great sepia boards and miniatures.  I love the idea, but I think over time it would all look a little drab.

     

    Here are some storage buildings for your boats, or perhaps a Shoggoth.

     

     

    #192103
    Avatar photoDarkest Star Games
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    Nice!

    I always keep my shoggoth in a boathouse, much easier to explain the smell than that time I kept it in a school.  Plus, you know, less screaming….

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #192104
    Avatar photokyoteblue
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    LOL, That does sound reasonable.

    #192256
    Avatar photoOldBen1
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    Finished some chimneys for my Marsh Refinery.

     

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