Marvel Crisis Protocol Terrain: Dumpsters and Street Lights

Marvel Crisis Protocol Terrain: Dumpsters and Street Lights

Continuing with the recent themes of dumpsters and large, square metal boxes, today I’m showing the first four bits of terrain from Marvel Crisis Protocol that I’ve painted. These also wrap up my September posts with the Round-up to follow very shortly. I’d managed to resist the game, but a series of articles by Justin over at The Solo Meeple as he painted his way through his collection slowly turned me over a few months from indifference to very interested – and then when I looked around online it turned out that pretty much all of the feedback for the game was quote positive through different review channels that I follow on YouTube, forums like Dakka and Reddit, and now they have an impending release of The Punisher and several of the X-Men

It also tied in with the thoughts of using some Zombie models to play something like Last Days, and then a box magically appeared in my house, fileld with Marvel Goodies! What else could I do but put all of the hero and villain models to one side and start assembling the terrain pieces…?

The mentality there is “saving” the best for last… With a complete lack of heroes to stand alongside, we once again have a Hasslefree model that absolutely is not of Simon Pegg to provide us with some size reference, alongside one of those Mantic bins…

Reaper Bones Shipping Containers Part 1 – 80036: Shipping Container; (unreleased?): 3″ Shipping Containers

Reaper Bones Shipping Containers, 80036: Shipping Container; (unreleased?): 3" Shipping Containers

Right on the tails of Reaper’s Dumpsters and “Weapons Lockers” that I just shared, I had found the unassembled sets of Shipping Containers from my Bones Kickstarters. So over a few days, I assembled, sprayed, stencilled and weathered them. It wasn’t hard, just tedious, but certainly doable enough to make continue to myself finish a couple pieces each day over several days, which is also how I managed to finally complete those the Dumpsters and Weapons Lockers.

Once again, a Space Marine, a Hasslefree model that absolutely is not of Simon Pegg, and a Zombicide figure that is not Basil Fawlty here provide us with some size reference…