“Sir, we have finished work on our last project,” said 1/4main, the leader of the Cyborg Apes.
“Aren’t you all working on the 40K set of terrain for a friend of mine?” I asked.
“Correct. Our latest piece is a Zombie Bunker.”
“Yes,” said @kins, one of the other C-Apes. “With all the recent interest in post-apocalyptic gaming and zombie movies, we thought a bunker would be a good move.”
“Great, let’s take a look.”
“Here’s the front door,” said #stone. We had a little trouble painting the main part of the building. The initial dark gray primer didn’t settle evenly, leaving glossy patches. So we sprayed it all over with a matte sealant and then put a very light coat on top of it. It worked extremely well.”
“On the back, you can see where we tried to make it look like it was built into a small rock outcropping using the Cavern Mold.”
“It looks great,” I said. “But there’s only one problem. After I gave him the green sci-fi piece, my friend said he didn’t really like it and wanted a more gothic feel.”
“Gothic?” shouted 1/4main. “Gothic! In the grim future of the 41st century there will be only Cyborg Apes, and we love Art Deco! You tell him I said so!”
“I will,” I promised my three loyal terrain builders. “Perhaps we can sell this one on eBay…”
Yo, loved the Bunker piece, by the way. Sorry if that didn’t come out right, though. I think the real problem with the generator is that, color wise, it didn’t really fit with everything else, and thus stands out perhaps a tad more then I’d like. We’ve used it as a objective, though, and it seems fine there. I might, like I said, repaint it grey, but other then that I love the pieces so far.
I built up some forest pieces the other day, and they’ve so far received a warm reception. Any good ways you can think of to send a picture or four off this way?
A picture of four of what? The next piece?
And I’m just kidding about the gothic stuff.