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A Tabletop of Sci-Fi Paper Scenics


Bob Runnicles writes:

@ Thunderstroke:

I'm saddened to hear that as I love Dave's work, but what overlay are you referring to?



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While paper models - whether printed or downloaded - seems to be all the rage today, somebody was ahead of the curve when I photographed this game back in 2006!

The sci-fi game

Nearly everything on the tabletop is paper - the buildings, the crates, the train, the vehicles, even the fences.

The sci-fi game

Unfortunately, I arrived at the scene after the game was over and they were already packing up...

The sci-fi game

I believe this was the traditional Sunday Brain Dead Game run by Ken Hafer, who I'm told always uses paper scenics for his convention games.