Hi! Just wanted to post some pics from my Son’s Zombie game build

Hello! A bit off the Terminator for minute. Just wanted to post the building I’m making for my son’s Zombie game. I’m cutting square foam blocks into smaller blocks to make old style stone building. It’s about 1920s style. In the story line it’s an old bar from the 20s which now belongs to a biker club. I’m building a full ground level and half second floor. It has a hidden room from old speak easy days in the middle and bathroom on the first floor, storage in the basement. It will have inside steps up to the 2nd floor, two bedrooms. Also got less than $1.50 in cloth to make US cloth flags and clothes, blankets, wall trim, and carpets for his trailer park. Here are pics.

IMG_9543.JPG Here is first pic of 1st level with Ed the Zombie for scale )/:-()

IMG_9545.JPG Its fun to do crafts with the family. Even pets can join in! Our little Wargame Dog El Cid thinks so:-)

IMG_9536.JPG That’s right, I shhhuurre do!
IMG_9547.JPG Here is my fast drawn blue print with round 20mm bases drawn for scale and size work bar and walls bathroom and it’s on the mat board. It will be covered by carpet etc. This is a cheap but slow way to make a building. I have never tried this before.

IMG_9556.JPG Here is after about 200+ blocks are in, the first floor is done as far as inside walls height and some shelves behind bar, a table for biker meetings in back. Total cost so far $1.35. Mat board was free, as were the coffee sticks for shelves and tongue depressors for bar table. Doors are not great but have a lot to do. They open, close and can be cut out later for nice real wood doors. Still need steps, main wood doors, windows, paint etc. But the hardest part is done. If you use this method do get new blades to cut the blocks in 4 bits. I’ll show blocks in bit.

IMG_9557.JPG Here we have Dead Ed and my son’s custom Ash miniature from Army of Darkness (we love that movie). They are hard at work, or Ed is anyway. Ash is telling his dead butt what to do. Both miniatures are Wargames Factory. th

IMG_9558.JPGe Here is the fabric from Walmart crafts dept. I’m using it for clothes on clothesline, carpets, wall hangings, blankets and and Old Glory. Ash had Ed wash him some pants for the night. There are some nice looking plastic ladies in the trailer park down the road/;-)



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IMG_9560.JPGAfter a hard day of work (Ed’s hard work) Ash is having a nice cold drink made for him by his good body errrr buddy. Ed is just happy his good friend is enjoying a cold one even though he can’t :-(. Really he is just glad Ash likes him at all and he does not have 2 12ga. slugs through his head or a chain saw blade. {=-)




IMG_9604.JPGHere are some pictures of weapons I carved off the plastic bits from the Wargames Factory for my son’s zombies. The axe is for the axe guy from Resident Evil. Very sorry about the pics, they are not real clear but the hatchet camper guy and the axe guy turned out great:-)

IMG_9561.JPGLast picture shows inside of the biker club hidden room, meeting room, bathroom, and table I am making. I will add a skull to the table. The last pics show two new zombie boys almost ready for their night on the town. I’ll be adding filler to arms and making them and I hope the biker club house look better{=-) The club house I’m hoping can be used for not just a club house but other times, places, 20s speakeasy, crude cut stone merch bar on some far off world. Like a Firefly world. In the end it will have furniture, sinks, shower, toilet, table, chairs, bottles ect. I’ll also be lining up the walls better, putting carpet down, better doors, framing out doors and windows:-) Take care! More soon. Please let me know anything I can help with.

IMG_9578.JPGI’m one year old and I voted today. (Yep, I’m a mandog now!) I also vote yes to my dad’s blog! Here is picture of one more building for my son’s game. It’s the Uneeda Medical supply Co. (from Return of the Living Dead). It is based on the building a bit but not the same.


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