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Our fricking awesome terrain by Gordon 2 years 7 months ago #2647

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Here is the incredible terrain Gordon, our terrain guru has made for our Wreck Age group. My stuff is meh compared to this.















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Our fricking awesome terrain by Godon 2 years 7 months ago #2648

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Some more awesomeness....




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Our fricking awesome terrain by Godon 2 years 7 months ago #2650

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Ugh, that is so good that it hurts!

I love the metal, and the carts are just amazing. I can't wait to hear how the games go. Maybe we'll have to try to schedule a trip out to the north west sometime to get some games in.
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Our fricking awesome terrain by Godon 2 years 7 months ago #2655

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Ahhhhh yeahhh!
This stuff looks super super super rad.
I love the fruit! And that truck is straight baller.
Did he basically use a bunch of sheets of architectural model corrugated sheets, and a pile of I-beams? Where did he get all the rad stoves and little things? Make this person join the forum and explain himself!
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Our fricking awesome terrain by Gordon 2 years 7 months ago #2656

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Everything is made by little elves he keeps hidden away in his basement...creepy huh?

Well, Gordon use to own a terrain company years ago, so he has some mad skills.

The corrugated metal is actually old soda cans, he makes it into the sheets using some tool he made from a can opener or something, I will have to ask him again, anyone can get it and do this. The rest is plastic beams and balsa. The little rad stuff is all scratch built from plastic and wire for handles and such, the BBQ grill is removable and if you noticed it has a fume hood above it! He is crazy with detail.

I have some stuff made up but it pales in comparison, need to paint it up and have him finish off the detail work, which I am not capable of doing...lol

Like I said we are blessed to have Gordon in our group, if only he didn't play Drifters!
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Our fricking awesome terrain by Gordon 2 years 7 months ago #2662

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I'd really like to see the technique using soda cans... that sounds like a really fun project... which of course I'll be able to get to somewhere around 2051.

What do you have against Drifters?

It's the spears, isn't it?
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Our fricking awesome terrain by Gordon 2 years 7 months ago #2672

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These are fricking awesome especially the cook house and the food storage
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Our fricking awesome terrain by Gordon 2 years 7 months ago #2684

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I particularly liked the food storage as well.
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Our fricking awesome terrain by Gordon 1 year 8 months ago #2763

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Those are great. I've seen gutter guys use a crimper tool that helps them crimp the male end of a leader. Maybe that's what he's got going there for the metal roofing.
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