I loved your ork game. I have ork armies in 28mm and also 54mm. You can see them n my blog, Quantrill's Toy Soldiers. I was especially impressed by your buildings - they look like they are made of cardboard and I'd love to hear about them.
The large Orks are great (some information about where they are from and so forth would be even better), but I'm intrigued by the presence of the two Thunder Road game pictures, as well as the picture of a map of Newcastle. Are you pre-empting the camping holiday we have planned for later this year?
@ James James, The planet Khorigate is made from corrugated cardboard copier paper boxes. The entire set up, while 90mm will all fold flat. I will do a post on how it was built. Everything collapses to flat cardboard shapes. Poke around on the tag Khorigate.
@Kaptain Kobold,The orks are CHAP-Mei figures. I will look for a link. The Thunder road game was our night ender and we are doing a linked campaign race on the road used in the movie Mad Max.
Great idea for the Mad Max game. I'm not sure it was filmed in the area covered by your map (I think the first film was made in Victoria), but I have no idea if it's specifically set anywhere.The settings for Mad Max II, on which Thunder Road is based, are well documented, and can all be found around Broken Hill in the west of New South Wales. Went there on holiday last year :-)
The Chap Mei action figure line has had a revamp and the figures are better than ever. My Chap Mei are maybe 8-10 years ago. Still available on Ebay.
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Yes as that game was an end of the night pull out of the box the map I used was from some years ago when I did the research on where thunder dome was filmed. We are racing to broken hill from New Castle in 5 segments.
Ahhh! That makes sense. Thanks. I'm driving there in September, but in two segments :-)