This kit is huge! Lots of nice mdf. It also comes with some interior details like a ramp, truck, shelves and palettes.
There's not a lot of words to put on he build, it's really straight forward. The only fiddly parts is the platforms on the inside.
As always when doing mdf terrain, I sort out the pieces and spray paint them before assembly. Leaving virtually no work after assemble, a bit of details to pick out and weathering. Spraying works well as the mdf will soak up the paint in places, it gives an uneven look to the flat surfaces - instant nuances.
Decided to add a bit of detail to the large wall areas, so found some 'generic storage sign' on Google. Perfect fitting as it had the same colors as I already went with for the building itself.
Also added some details to the inside, just prints on papers. Did searches for 'shipping manifest', 'wall clock', 'calander'.
One wall is completely without detail, so an added sign really gives a lot to the surface.
A view from gate number 1 inside the building. The container is from the TTC cargo ship kit.
Top down view of the building. Adding a few containers on the inside will make some great firing lanes. The oil drums are toys and palettes are homemade from ice sticks. Tutorial here.
Dave never even clocked out when the apocalypse hit - he was pretty much a zombie back when he was alive.
Wade an everyday hero on the walkway, the ladder leads to the open windows on the roof.
One side of the warehouse. One ladder leading up to the walkway. The dumpster is a resin piece I got in a trade once.
The other side of the warehouse. The many different entrances does a lot for the buildings usefulness in gaming.
The front door, with a small printed paper clock on the wall and some shipping manifests on the ground
A smaller 3'x3' setup on a harbor. The TTC Distribution Center really takes up a lot of space.