YakComp 46 - Feed Me Seymore!

YakComp 46 - Feed Me Seymore! Pick up to three:

  • @Badaab - Scrap Iron Chef

    Votes: 9 50.0%
  • @Ben_S - Dregs

    Votes: 2 11.1%
  • @Stoof - Burger Off Hot Food

    Votes: 12 66.7%
  • @Tiny - Cafe Artois

    Votes: 9 50.0%
  • @Punktaku - Sugarbowl

    Votes: 2 11.1%
  • @MedMos - See-Maw Katerin'

    Votes: 6 33.3%
  • @Rustedchrome - Commissar Burger

    Votes: 8 44.4%
  • @The Tailor - Slopper

    Votes: 3 16.7%

  • Total voters
  • Poll closed .
I’m in!

I will be making CMOT Dangerous’ Notdog Boiler, and as a bonus, will be painting up CMOT Dangerous himself along with vending cart. (Tho they won’t be part of the official entry)

progress will be recorded in the Dangerzone:

I thought that I was lucky to just have finished my Underhive butchers booth but seeing all the awesome and creative stuff that is being put together here I might need to reconsider entering at all :D
Spent way too much time making a dumpster last night but it was enjoyable designing and building. It serves as a functional way to access the roof.

I probably didn't need to make it open but I did. Still have a couple things I want to do before I get it into primer. Pretty happy with it though! :)

Started on the interior, laying out the floorplan (no pictures), modifying le chef (also not pictured) and plasticarding up a big ass fridge.

An enjoyable evening and time well spent.
Food Rhino progress. Splitting the eBay tank apart was a painful and difficult process, but I got there in the end.

BFG launch bays? No! A spice rack!

A sink! On Necromunda? Oh my! Will be painted suitably disgusting.

The outside, with cooker extraction hood & chimney. The poles sticking out of the smoke launchers are for signs showing delicious offerings. The open top door will also be painted as a sign.
Top knotch work guys!!

I was just telling the lady, I feel like I'm falling down the rabbit hole with this project. I spent this evening so far carefully sawing little bits like jukebox selectors and stuff off counters (that '50s plastic is harder than I anticipated!), moving/making soda fountains and finishing up the fridge, countertop, grill and vent hood. I'm quite pleased with some of the stuff I've made, I just look at things and I'm like, "That's a schweet little refrigerator".

Sometimes I just have to stop and tell myself, "No, no, you REALLY don't need a scale spice rack with a selection of scale bottles of spices."

The struggle is real.

The chef dude is pretty much done though, just needs paint, I have some in progress photos of everything I haven't gotten of my phone.
Sometimes I just have to stop and tell myself, "No, no, you REALLY don't need a scale spice rack with a selection of scale bottles of spices."

You know you want to.

...Says the guy who just sculpted a  tiny plastic straw out of green stuff to put into a 3mm tall carved plastic cup that might not even be noticed.

Some of us are basically playing "wargaming doll's house" with this, and I love it.