Friday, 6 June 2014

AtDE: Wrecked Cars for Across The Dead Earth

Here are a couple of diecast repaints I have done for Across the Dead Earth, a post apocalypse game set in Britain forty or so years after a devastating war/disaster. I wanted to do a few wrecked and really rusted vehicals. I was going for a 'The Last of Us' vibe as that seems to fit with my idea of a post-apoc Britain. 





These cars are diecast from the Disney Cars film. They are about 1/50 scale and that works just great for 28mm. A few of the vehicles have funny faces on the front but these are usually easy to cover with Green Stuff, Liquid Green Stuff or textured paint, then apply rust effect liberally to cover up the area and conceal the filler. 
It's also worth remembering that a few of the vehicals have odd scales, exaggerated for comics effect, so it is worth checking out the car before you buy it if you can. 
The bases for these models are made form a rubbery floor tile I bought form B+Q. it is soft and easy to cut with scissors or a craft knife. 
The figures in the back ground will be featured soon- they are my stand in gang while I wait for my AtDE minis to be delivered from my Kick Starter. 

9 comments:

styx said...

Very nice work!

Jay said...

Excellent.

Bob Kinnear said...

Cool wrecks dude.

Nobody667 said...

Good looking wrecks. The Disney "Cars" are a good size, but the faces seem to get in the way for too many of them. These look great tho!

Michael Awdry said...

What a great find, brilliant work.

pulpcitizen said...

Excellent work with the wrecks. :)

Jim Hale said...

Nice work as always, which is why I've nominated you for a Liebster Award!

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Phil said...

Nice work!