Actually, more like right on top. I got a Cobra Firebat printed in resin this time from a 3D printer. Smooth, but a little more expensive. I think though going forward it is worth it for some of the smaller vehicles.
Firebats, vertical take off interceptor craft.
The Commander at the controls for the test launch.
I got a 3D print made of a Skyhawk for my US forces in 80's Pulp gaming:
The print was a little delicate with the side panels. I ended up breaking it twice, one of the panels and the main fuselage when I was removing the extra print material. It went back together okay though with some glue.
I got a few of the 1/43 Fast Lanes set sold through Toys R Us here in the states. The sets scale well for 28mm and offer a nice array of scatter terrain for your table. Below are some shots with the airport set and city set, perfect for 1980s pulp!
Firefly's team arrives to get onboard.
Tomax and Xamot arrive via cab.
Extensive Enterprises, ready to fly.
Lifeline and Quick Kick sneak in with the luggage cart.
A long time wargamer who has studied the forgotten arts of Alchemy and Pre Cambrian History. Graduate of the Miskatonic University and long time member of the Empire Club. Single Father with custody of a wonderful daughter.