Friday, 29 April 2011

Navigational Tracking System


I was much taken with the Badab Forge World scenario Shaun and I played involving combat within a spaceship.

I realised I needed some high tech terrain. This is my first attempt. It also is highly appropriate for 60s Spy scenarios - Dr No, Thunderball etc.

"I expect you to die, Mr Bond."

13 comments:

  1. That looks great, John! The detailing around the edges and the surface are superb. Very fitting for the scenario, I think.

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  2. Very cool! The surface is a piece of paper? Or free handed?

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  3. Wow! After playing a game of Space Hulk last night and seeing that, I may have to trot over to hirst arts and buy some high-tech molds.

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  4. That is about ten shades of awesome!

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  5. Wow that is very nice. What company makes the model?

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  6. I note from the main panel that the console is an O2 one. Let's hope they don't park in a dead spot !

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  7. Dear Igi
    It's 10X15cm HP photographic paper. I will put up a post about this later today.
    J

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  8. Dear Mike and Cyborg

    This is a resin kit from Antenociti's Workshop.

    www.antenocitisworkshop.com

    They have a whole range of high-tech terrain.

    J

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  9. Dear ZZ
    I use the O2 network - silly name.
    J

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  10. Hi John
    Very impressive hadn't thought of using photos/ scans for screens and detailing duh..
    I'm still back in the 20th century; now where is that ZX81?

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  11. Dear Shaun
    I have printed you off a set,
    J

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