Grekwood Miniatures

Thursday, 11 October 2012

PDF Hospital Building, Zombies, and Armless Beings

Yesterday I went to my parents house to set up the single story, two ward hospital. It went pretty well. We set up the table with a grass mat, then placed the hospital down, and placed some trees around the perimeter. There was a gap at the edge of the table, so we placed some buildings at the end of the table to make it look like the edge of a town.

So here's a photo of the end product:


I think it turned out really well. We used some resin roads which my dad made a long time ago for a war game with my brother Gareth a.k.a Grekwood. 

Here's a view of the inside. We set up some hospital beds inside, along with some doctors and nurses, but we didn't have any normal doctors or nurses, so they are all zombies... but they aren't meant to be!! That'll be saved for the derelict version (post apocalyptic version) to come at a later date!


Finally I shall end with a photo of  how the table as a whole looked. We  arranged the trees in a way so that they were all in frame. We thought there was no point filling the whole table if it wasn't going to be in the photo. So that explains the weird arrangement of trees below!



I will finalise things today and the PDF file will be uploaded (hopefully) tomorrow or the over the weekend. I'll update the blog/Facebook when this is done!

Oh and here's an image of the Armless Beings now they are all painted :)


Cheers for looking, all comments are welcome as always!





17 comments:

  1. The hospital in situ looks so cool. Good photos, Carl.

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    1. Cheers vampifan! It's good to put my photography skills back in action!

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  2. Great work Carl - it looks really good!

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  3. Once again, looks spectacular! And nice to see the mutants painted. Now, how could I use those in a game... :P

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    1. Hehe, I'm sure you could find a use! Maybe as an alien invasion, or mutated humans. Maybe they spread a virus or get inside your head with sonic waves...arghh they're in my head!! lol

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  4. Fantastic building and photography great work sir! (He He this time with Zombies woohoo)

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    1. Why thank you Brummie!! :D Zombies!! whoooo

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  5. Nice photography, Carl. And thanks for sharing the how-to :D
    The blue sky in the back is photoshopped?

    Can't help but thinking that the textures look way to clean and uniform, but that's maybe just me and I am kind of jaded by WWG :) Otherwise this looks really great.

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    1. Hi Stefan! Cheers for the follow and the comment!

      I added blue sky in photoshop to get rid of the bookcase in the back and to make it look more like a "real" photo :)

      haha, Think of it as a new build, that hasn't had time to get worn yet. So fresh paint on the walls, and brand new doors etc etc. I wanted to keep it clean as I plan to bring out different versions (such as a derelict one for a zombie apocalypse).

      Saying that, it's probably easy to "wear in" using some paint :)

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  6. This hosp looks amazing, you have done so well.

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  7. Nice Hospital! Just the place to start the outbreak!

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  8. Where to get silent hill minis of the monsters and heroes ?
    Plz help !
    heroquestfrance@hotmail.fr

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