I’ve been working on more scenery for Infinity, and I’m starting to realise that not only could it be used for any cyberpunk game, it could be used for any sci-fi game, period. Even though Warhammer 40,000 has its own range of hideously expensive skull-bedecked terrain these days, I’m imagining a game fought over my cyberpunk scenery and I’m thinking it would give it a nice, old-school feel. You know, back when it was OK for an Imperial world to look like this:
Anyway, I’ve made some stacks of boxes out of glued-together 1/2″ wooden blocks, and this Hello Kitty money-box from a dollar shop, suitably weathered and graffitied, will do nicely on the table. Or on top of a building even.
The noodle shop is from BP Laser Terrain. It was a bit of a challenge to put together, but it’s one of their hardest kits, so fair enough. I’m particularly proud of the scrubbed-out “Kempei” written on the roof.
Below are the images I chose for the screens on top of the noodle bar, since you can’t really see them in the photo (not to mention one of them isn’t actually on yet). The first one is by a Japanese singer/illustrator I have just discovered called Aki Akane:
So that’s it for today. Have a good one,