Todays Planet Heck contribution consists of three more or less identical tents and some ruins.
The ruins came from the 40k 3rd edition box set and from some of the GW Lord of the Rings bits that PB gave me. I painted a few more than those shown. The ruins were very quick to prepare and paint and although many tournament players will have seen them in various states regularly enough to be sick of the sight of them, I still like them. They are generic enough to be suitable for use in a variety of gaming settings, if you can ignore the bulletholes on the 40k ones (I can).
The tents are part of the current Warhammer starter box set Battle for Skull Pass. I didnt really ever buy much Warhammer Fantasy stuff, although I have a few bits and pieces. I picked up the three tents on Ebay for very little cash. They also came with a few other fun bits and pieces like tied up dwarfs, cute little wound/encounter markers and the like.
Although the tents are quite heavily themed to look like GW Night Goblin items, the muted colour scheme makes them more than suitable to represent a Mad Max style post-apocalyptic campsite as well as something more traditionally fantasy.
The tent with the large moon on the top was assembled in the standard fashion. I didnt want to have three of those silly looking moons dominating the look of the encampment (even one moon is more than I wanted) however. With that in mind I dug through some bits and pieces that I had lying around and stuck some banner parts on one tent. I topped the other tent with funny looking little piece of plastic that I have had since Xmas nineteen-eighty-something. The part comes from a Return of the Jedi: Jabbas the Hutt Throne Room kit. I always thought that it was the part of Max Rebos musical instrment that emits the sound, but the picture below reveals it to be a brazier or something (the items with the red circles drawn around them, obviously). Who knew?