Yesterday, I came to grips with a simple fact. I was in a MOCing funk. I hadn't made anything in months! I felt... Dirty. As I was thinking this, I was watching some zombie movies. My next thought was... Zombie Safe House! *SMACK*. Inspiration. So, here it is, my...
Zombie Safe House
Here's the whole thing. Yes, it's only half a house. I was reaching back to some classic town roots, making the back open for easy access. I'll be getting to the details now.
BOOM! Headshot. A few police officers venture out to gather supplies and food. I sincerely apologize for the bright picture, but light colors hate me, and I'm
too lazy too tired to fix it tonight.
That coast guard zombie is about to have a horrible headache...
The armory, where the civilians are choosing their weapons. Please note that the ceilings don't normally come off, but I needed them to to have enough light here.
Moving right along, here we are at the second floor. This is the living floor. Here, the police that didn't go to find food and supplies formulate the long-term strategy, including rescue.
Note that the first floor is empty. I meant it that way. In theory, if the zombies break in, the people who reside in this house will hear them before the zombies can eat them, giving them time to prepare.
This project had a cast of 9 minifigures. I like to name my minifigures, so here goes...
Left to right: Damian Marks, Veronica Marks, Chief Chirpa, Officer O'Hare, Officer Trout, Officer Johnson, Officer Sysco, Bob Checkovski, and Dylan Brown.
For more pictures, please check out the set on Flickr!
Thanks for viewing!
Edited by Rufus, 31 May 2011 - 05:16 PM.