So You Want To Write Your Own Earplug Adventure, Huh? 4: Sets (part 2: Polystyrene)

Polystyrene, styrofoam, artificial petro-chemical products in general, are a god’s send for the Earplug Adventure creator…

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Whether you spray paint them…

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…or not, they can become whatever you bloody well want them to be. You just have to see their potential. Like, for instance…

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Fort Balderdash. And…

Inside Fort Balderdash

…er…Fort Balderdash. And other places like…

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…an apartment block. And…

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…mountains – albeit, in this case, really bad ones. And…

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…with a bit of vinyl flooring and a few props it can make a very pleasant laboratory. And all by itself…

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…a desert-like plain. And…

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…futuristic edifices of huge dimensions.

And bubble wrap makes…

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…an excellent cave – especially when it’s inside a brown (jiffy) envelope, and…

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…backdrops and sources of interesting lighting. And this back panel of an old CRT TV set…

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…makes a convincing vaulted exhibition room. But what about…


…the interior of the T.W.A.T HQ, Swottan Hetty?

That’s right, it’s a green version of…

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Plastics: don’t you just love their versatility?

They’re really useful – but not quite as useful as grit, sand, mud, stone, and other natural shit. But that’ll appear next time. Until then, so long Earpluggers.

Earplug Adventures © Paul Trevor Nolan


About Tooty Nolan

Writer of silly tales, taker of pictures, and all round good egg
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