Zombtober HobbyFest Day Two
I've got to begin this post by thanking my family. They have been so supportive of me shutting myself away in the dining room this weekend and giving me space to work on my city scenery for All Things Zombie. Weekends are not something I usually get. I work a lot of Saturdays and I only get 5 Sundays off each year, so you'll appreciate how different this weekend feels. I could quite get used to it though!
This all created another bout of head scratching. Not only did I have to make sure the traffic lights were on the correct side of the road, I also wanted to make sure their positions were correct. This might seem crazy, but I've never traveled to America, and I wanted to make sure I got everything correct. Now, in the UK, our traffic lights are situated at the same side of the junction we sit at, and depending on the size of the junction they are also visible at the other side of the junction as well. In all the photos I can find online of street junctions in America, the traffic lights not only look very different to our own, they also appear to be located at the opposite side of the junction to the traffic. So this is what I needed to do with my model. You can see them laid out on the board in this next photo.
And that would be just awesome!