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Friday, March 11, 2011

Street Corner: White collar worker

The Street Corner is coming along just fine. All the clothing on the men has been painted. Just a few accessories here and there as well as flesh and hair. Here's one of the fellas finished. The lucky man is escorting five ladies right now on a cruise on a river steamer. When I get all the civilians finished, I'll get them under some varnish.

I still need to sculpt a few more bases for the coming gangsters. It's only about 1/2 an hour's work, I just have to get around to doing it. I'm also pondering what else I could build for small terrain. I'd like to do another hot dog vendor, or I could just repaint in color the one I already have; I don't think I'll be using it again with the black and white figures, anyway.


  1. This whole project is very visually impressive, as usual.

    It makes me wnat to get my old Cthulhu group together :)

    What ruleset will you be using with them? or will they be a display peice only?

  2. I'll probably use Savage Worlds. I did a game with my B&W figures a few years ago using Savage Worlds, and everyone in my group liked it a lot (fast and easy rules with minimal book-keeping.)
    It was a Cthulhu game, too, actually, but my players didn't know it; I introduced the weird elements slowly and let the players go insane trying to figure out what the hell was going on.