So I am using my new campaign to help motivate me to finish some of my scatter terrain (the office furniture has been a bit ...challenging... to be motivated on) but I want to document some of my other pieces as well.
Here are three destroyed homes, based off of a really cheap and small doll house toy. I picked these up at a Goodwill (thrift store) for about $1.00 each. I have picked up a bunch over time, and I plan on using them as a before and after for suburban housing.
|The apocalypse can be rough on subdivisions...|
They make for decent stand-ins for ruins, and I didn't spend an hour on each one. They are very easy to break (hehehe) and as such, make very easy ruined homes. I have gotten a couple that had furniture included, which is small, but useful. I plan on using that for more scatter terrain for interiors.
|Another angle on the homes.|
I have a few from one of my previous ATZ campaigns. This was a small neighborhood in a rural/suburban area. I have a couple of cardboard homes from Hobby Lobby (they were around for Christmas a couple of years ago) also in the picture. These have a basic paint job applied, nothing fancy.
|It seems like such a quiet neighborhood.|
You can see they can have some pretty funky colors (pinks and yellows are common) some are not too bad, and I have been experimenting with black/brown washes to dull them to usable condition. It may be "cheating" but I love using (or reusing) toys for scenery. I am lucky to have a great thrift store nearby so I have been getting stuff cheap.
As always, comments welcome. Thanks for looking, stay safe out there.
You set=up looks great andd the ruins are a great additionReplyDelete
Thanks for looking! I love your stuff, it has been inspiring. Hopefully you find some stuff that you can steal for your setups!ReplyDelete
Great looking table I wish I could stumble upon such great looking dollhouse at the price.ReplyDelete
Nice setup, I wish I was anywhere near this.ReplyDelete