After I had finished making my WWG Mayhem Police Station, the next building I made was the WWG Mayhem Junkyard Garage. I have no idea why I haven't reviewed it before now. I guess it just slipped my mind. Of course, some of my followers are more eagle-eyed and alert than me, and I was recently asked when I was going to do a review of this building? That was enough to spur me into action. Seeing as I plan on reviewing a lot of my recently made card models this month, this is the perfect opportunity for me to rectify my oversight.
Can you see on the air conditioning unit how the three fans are slightly raised? I cut the fans out and glued them onto three circular plastic counters that, fortunately for me, were the same diameter as the fans. I painted the edges black and when they were dry they were stuck back in place. I bought my counters from EM4 Miniatures webstore. They carry a nice range of gaming accessories like plastic counters. I find them useful for my card building projects.
Some of you may have noticed that this building made its debut appearance in the Day One scenario of my new ATZ-FFO campaign, although no one entered it, making it just a part of the scenery. It crops up in parts one, two and three of the scenario. Simply because it was so easy to make, I enjoyed making it. Obviously, it is designed to be used as part of the Mayhem City Junkyard set, but I see no reason not to use it on its own as I did in parts one and two of my ATZ-FFO Day One scenario or as part of the petrol station as I did in part three. I also think it would make a good replacement for a couple of the buildings from the Stoelzel's Structures Auto Park set.
Note that there are extra wall designs to those shown here. For example, the large window that appears at the front of the office could be placed on a side wall instead of the two smaller windows that I chose. You do have numerous optioms for how the finished product will look. My design is simply the option that I liked best. You could even split the office and the garage into two separate buildings if you wanted.