This week's World Works Games review is a space filler in two senses. First up, I don't have much time to devote to my blog this week as I am playing and photographing not one but two ATZ battle reports. They are time-consuming affairs. Secondly, the billboard is a space filler for a gaming board. It is not as useful as a building, for example, but built the way that I've done it, it adds a splash of colour to an otherwise drab grey cityscape... more so than the Mayhem small park that I reviewed recently.
Here is an overhead shot of the billboard, which comes from the Streets of Mayhem set. The ground tile comes from the Bits of Mayhem set and the trees are from the Citadel Trees and Hedges scenery set for Warhammer.
Streets of Mayhem comes with three different advertising boards to choose from. A further eight can be found in the Bits of Mayhem set and, of course, there is nothing stopping you from designing your own. A blank template is provided if you want to take that option.
I chose the Scary Pete's Jam poster because it is so odd and also because I like the fact that the image bursts out of its rectangular perimeter with Pete's head and jar.
If you want to stick with just WWG products you could replace the trees with those found in the Hinterlands set. That set had not been produced when I made this model, but even if it had, I would still have used "proper" 3-D trees. To be honest, I am not a big fan of papercraft foliage. It just looks too flat for me.