Above and beyond the posters I’d added previously I wanted to add something that looked a little more official, which is where Antenocitis Workshops Medium Advertising Boards came in…
I made up a couple of posters for my Dreadball teams and used some of the posters I’d found previously to paste into the spaces, and also covered them with a thin sheet of plastic to add to the official feel. I chose to do these in red to make them stand out a bit more, but it also provides a link to my Rebs and their colour choices.
The next batch of Antenocitis Workshop scenery is done and another layer of character added to the Deadzone Board 🙂
The barricades I wanted to stand out a bit and after having a search on google thought they would look great with hazard stripes. I did these primarily with masking with tape as well as some salt masking to get the worn old effect on them Like the rest of the terrain I wanted these to look fairly old and well used so added some rusty looking areas with some watered down orange and a few layers of washes, mainly Agrax Earthshade and Nuln oil over the metal basecoat.
I decided to get some Antenocitis Workshop products to continue in my efforts to add a bit more character to the Deadzone Board, and it’s looking really good…
I added a couple of the supports from the Deadzone terrain sprues to the backs of the billboards so they would be freestanding, this means I’ll be able to shift them about between games 🙂
These are primarily to add a bit more to some of the buildings and for a couple of more scenic buildings I have in mind
As I had already added some pasted on posters I wanted to add some more ‘official’ advertising areas
These are going to be used to add a bit more cover
And finally some vending machines, a couple for the extra buildings I mentioned earlier, and the others just to scatter about 🙂
Overall I’m really impressed with the quality of this stuff. It only really needs some minor filing and a quick wash and it’s ready to go. Will definately be keeping my eye on Antenocitis Workshop 🙂