The first photo shows a general view from the rear, but shows all the major features in place.
The two picnic tables I used have had a bit of clutter added.
The plan view shows how the completed model fits into one of my standard urban terrain boards, even if the entrance is actually off-table ! (Just for the ease of taking the photo.)
I cut the grass to accommodate the foot-prints of the three bits of equipment, so that they didn't appear to be floating on top of the grass.
I did repeat this for all the benches too and ended up using all eight of them.
The slide had a 'fun' poster added.
The picnic benches were not glued in place, but left free-standing and even though I could have used all four benches that I'd made, it looked rather crowded and left little room for figures - something I'm always aware of when making any model.
Even my figures' 20mm bases take up far more room than they should.
As the picnic tables are loose, they could be replaced with a stand of trees or something similar.
The rule in this case was less is more insomuch as I put lots of small bits in the bin (and a newspaper to top it off).
Close up of the monument, nothing spectacular, just glued in place.
The newspaper in the corner was the only extra bit of detailing that I added to the final model.
I could have been added a lot more in the form of rubbish but I though this sufficient.
Another view of the park from the rear, showing just how tatty the play area is!
Finally, I have to welcome my latest follower, Robbie Rodiss, who has two excellent blogs (Aut Caesar, Aut Nihil and The Independent Wargames Group.), whom I have known for a long time.
That's it then for another week and as always your comments are both welcomed and appreciated.