I did practice my Gimp skills a bit, and did some digital Kit-bashing of some paper models. Due to uncertainties of legalities, I’m not certain I can share them at this time. But basically I noticed One Monk’s Chimera Brood Bio-Weapons
provided one of each weapon pose per page. Most war-gaming army squads are of single-unit types, which would have meant printing on page for each unit and lots of wasted ink. So I decided to take it upon myself to to cut-out the individual weapon poses in Gimp and make single-pose pages.
This is for two reasons:
- I need to practice my Gimp Skills.
- I love me some Xeno-morphs and plan on using them in the near future.
I’ve also been taking inventory of my paper models I need to get ready for my city board – I have every intention of running a zombie-city one shot game for Halloween.
So far I have one building I call complete. I have another that just needs a little work on the roof and some Business Signs added. These are the ones I built to double as storage trays:
There is also Tommy Gun’s Pawn Shop that I kit-bashed into a Fold-Flat. Which was much more of a success than the others I did. Maybe because it was smaller? Who knows.
Anyway, here is my inventory of buildings I need to get built:
- Three Buildings-that-double-as-boxes (total of 14 pages printed)
- Box Truck (three pages)
- Schoolbus (two pages)
- Garbage Truck (three pages)
- Two Compact Car (one page each red and blue)
- Four Sedans (two police cars, two taxi-cabs; one page each)
- Brinks Truck (one page)
- Black Utility Van (one page)
- Police Tactical Response Van (one page)
- Big-Square-Utility Van (one page)
- City Bus by Greywolf (two pages)
- Small Cars from Combat Storm (one page of 4 cars)
So that’s a total of 35 pages to process. I think I’m gonna aim for 5 pages a day… so hopefully I will have everything done by next Monday (the 19th).
I know I’m going to fall short of that goal, but will be happy if I can get everything done by the 25th (three pages a day).
We shall have to wait and see. Hopefully there are no complications.