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
    18
  • Poll closed .
...Now I need an easy way to make a huge (for goblins), black cauldron for the "stew".
You didn't stock up during Halloween or St. Patrick's Day? Rookie mistake. (All kidding aside, I suppose its good you aren't seasonally inundated with $1 store debris.) If you do pick up a dozed then you could use one comically oversized cauldron for your goblins and the rest for that Corpse Grinder terrain piece you been thinking about doing...
 
Well, you've exposed me, @Pagumb... Rookie I am. :giggle: There's actually some kind of Dollar Store kinda deal in the nearby city, so holiday deals should be on my new mental checklist, I guess. But thanks, not a bad idea swinging by there, before I start a scratch build.
 
Anything sphere or egg shaped could be repurposed and a Dollar store is chock full of materials if thinking abstractly. Even a plastic party champagne cup could be repurposed.

There's lots of random goodies there too. I used a little plastic hoverboard toy thing that had four fans inside a piece of terrain and it turned out most excellent, especially for $1.

I also grabbed a tiny dollhouse that had a schweet Necromunda sized couch, sofa and coffee table that is waiting its turn at becoming some sort of scatter terrain.
 
Now I need an easy way to make a huge (for goblins), black cauldron for the "stew".
Buy a kinder egg and once you’ve eaten the chocolate then you can use the plastic thing in the middle as one, just cut in half! (They used to split in half but now they’re on a hinge I think).
 
Buy a kinder egg and once you’ve eaten the chocolate then you can use the plastic thing in the middle as one, just cut in half! (They used to split in half but now they’re on a hinge I think).
Right! I've got kids, I'd be very surprised if I couldn't find one of those things lying around. They probably won't miss just one...
 
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."
I managed to hold myself back from doing a fully modelled interior on my café. You can't see it so does it really need to be there? Also there's not much space for furniture inside those MDF buildings if you actually want to be able to put minis in there.
 
What about a dried up paint pot? May not be “comically large” but they’re pretty big.
I want the rounded bottom type cauldron, and apart from my 90's starter paint set I've mostly bought dropper bottles. I have a day off tomorrow, might be able to go through a box of scrap bits, aka the kids' broken toys and knick knacks.
 
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Right! I've got kids, I'd be very surprised if I couldn't find one of those things lying around. They probably won't miss just one...
I set aside some yoghurt pots to use as fire pits. These ones had a sort of stand part at the bottom. That might work.
 
Do magic mixies come in different sizes? My kids had one, and the cauldrons were enormous. Like, big enough to hold a few Barbies. You could turn one into a goblin fortress!
 
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