Saturday, July 14, 2012

Neanderthal Traffic Engineer

One of the people I play games with is a Traffic Engineer with Clark County, WA.  He  received a letter of complaint about a traffic signal from a local citizen.  In the letter he was called "a Neanderthal Traffic Engineer".  So I created the following figure and gave it to him last night.


And yes, I know that the figure is a Cro-Magnon and not a Neanderthal, but it's close enough.

14 comments:

  1. If you listen carefully, you can hear me chuckling away in the background.

    Great looking figure, hope your mate was appreciative of it.

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    1. He was so happy to get it! I thought we could use it as his character in an ATZ game, but instead he's going to put it in a little display case on his desk. I think he's still chuckling about it too.

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  2. Laughing my ass off, Mike! That's just brilliant!

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    1. Thanks! It was fun to make, my friend really liked it, and it makes me chuckle too. And I still might convince him to use it in one of our ATZ games since we tend to play slightly odd characters anyway.

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  3. LOL thats awesome, been watching Night at the Museum have we???

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    1. No, but that's a good reference. (Although I really like the idea of a living T-Rex skeleton running down the streets). Thanks Brummie!

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    1. Thanks! I was pleased at how well it painted up, but then the base figure is Copplestone, and they have details that paint up well.

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  5. Heh, looks great in both concept and execution. I think he's stocky enough to pass for a Neander, and in a gaming sense he'd make for a great post-apoc setting too. Kudos all around.

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