What I did this weekend…

Buck

The converted railroad car from the Plasticville Hobo Village set

The converted railroad car from the Plasticville Hobo Village set

I started last weekend and finished this weekend.  I completed the Plasticville Hobo Village set.  The hobo village will be on the outskirts of Granville in my next pulp game.  This is a nice place for gangsters to hole up waiting their chance to kidnap Professor Serafini Nannini and his daughter Gianna Nannini.

Two buildings from the Plasticville Hobo Village set

Two buildings from the Plasticville Hobo Village set

I also completed the roadside produce stand.  A two lane highway runs past Granville, and this will be a nice place to sell all that fresh produce from the local farms.

The fence in the background will eventually go around my drive in theater.  I made the fences high to keep out all the young boys hoping for a glimpse of Betty Grable’s legs.

The roadside produce stand

The roadside produce stand

I guess the guy with his “dukes” up is unhappy with the price of corn.

The roadside produce stand with the roof

The roadside produce stand with the roof

Chris found some Viking looking boats in the dollar store.  At Barrage we talked about having some painted as “good” and others as “evil.”  So I painted mine as “good.”

Two "Good" viking like long boats for 10mm Bear Yourselves Valiantly games

Two “Good” viking like long boats for 10mm Bear Yourselves Valiantly games

I made the sails in PowerPoint and printed them.  I’m pretty happy with the outcome.

"Good" viking like long boats for 10mm Bear Yourselves Valiantly games

“Good” viking like long boats for 10mm Bear Yourselves Valiantly games

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One thought on “What I did this weekend…

  1. cnjpalmer says:

    The boats turned out great! It looks like you added interior decking as well.

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