February 25, 2018

This week I was wrapping up the vehicles for my post apoc collection.  That is not to say I won’t find another one I just have to have before the project is done, but for now just about all of them are complete… one exception is the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile I am thinking about including.  Anyway, in terms of the Weekly Workbench, my focus this week was on finishing my Dimestore Dreams vehicles: a woody and trailer, a convertible, another taxi, a fire chief’s car and a military signal corps’ van.  Not all of these will actually be used, but since I have them I decided to get them done.  The woody, trailer and convertible were complete repaints.  The taxi, fire chief’s car and signals van are done in my limited paint job method.  Once they were complete I decided to move on to my not-Ghostbusters/Paranormal Exterminators car from Crooked Dice.  Mine will have one very distinct difference from the traditional Ghostbusters look.  Instead of the traditional Ghostbusters’ emblem on the doors, my car will have a similar emblem but with a zombie rather than a ghost in the circle.  We’re working on the homemade decals now.  The last group of vehicles worked on this week is the wrecks for my junkyard.  Over the years, if I found a nice busted-up car for about 50 cents, I purchased it with the idea of including it in my junkyard.  I did seven of them this week.  I’m pretty happy with them.  The last focus for the workbench this week was vultures.  Within the last year or so, Reaper released a pack of really nice vultures (3 different poses/six vultures per pack).  I posed three of them on the stone block I cut from Molly Hayes, and have them surrounding a bloody body.  I use a fourth vulture on one of the telephone poles that will be lining the road through the desert.  Pretty good week.


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