Friday, April 15, 2011

MORE STREET FILLERS


So I am still plugging away at my terrain details, after searching for a while, I finally found a chain link fence in 'O' scale that I thought was constructed well, this is from Insta fence, it didn't come with the razor wire out of the box, but that was something I added on as an after thought, this fencing will be used to fence off the back of the local bank, I think it turned out real sweet.


The other two items I acquired were a packet of witches hats (traffic cones) which I primed and sprayed 'Fluorescent Red', nothing too difficult there, and a pair of road barriers, both from the MTH range (not cheap), break them straight out of the pack and plonk them on your terrain, the barriers are real nice and authentic looking, I guess I had to have them...

9 comments:

Vampifan said...

Nice scenery pieces. Little pieces like your traffic cones can help bring life to a gaming board. Your two types of fencing look great.

The Angry Lurker said...

That fencing is excellent but everything is good, it's the small things alright.

Man Cave said...

Yep, those fences are great! Usable in many gaming genres

Zombie Ad said...

The fences are great and the crash-barrier is incredible. I could so have done wiht that this weekend. (We just played a scenario on a big road) I'll have to check out that supplier.

The Extraordinarii said...

@Vampifan - Your so right mate, its the little things.

@Lurker - Cheers mate, it looks real nice on the terrain board.

@Man Cave - Thanks... your not wrong, I plan on doing some modern SWAT actions aswell.

@Zomb Ad - They are a great model train supplier, but very expensive, you have been warned.

Ray Rousell said...

The fencing look very good.

cmnash said...

All looks great, nicely done

The Extraordinarii said...

Thanks for your comments Ray and Cmnash.

Lemmiwinks said...

nice!