I've got behind on the workbench reports. Atomic Gas was completed a while ago, but I'm only now writing it up.
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This little service station is a model from Sarissa Precision that I picked up at the Britcon show in Manchester last year. It's my first laser cut wood kit (if you don't count the bed I got the same day), and I'm impressed.
I went overboard with the weathering and debris, but it is meant to be a post apocalyptic location, after all. The transfers came from a bunch of locations- some were old bus advertising from my Dad's model railway stash, others were sold for nail art, and the graffiti comes from a Judge Dredd game, and my own designs.
Now I need a post apocalyptic game to play, so I can use this location.