First, thanks everyone that participated in the survey.
Sci Fi was the overwhelming favorite genre to use for corridors with fantasy and historical in a dead heat (some last minute entries brought historical up at the last minute) and no votes for the modern setting.
Based on the first survey question and the results I received on the more detailed second question here is the list you get to vote from - the top two vote-getters will become the next two themes. I won't forward along any source material, you'll just have to Google something or go with your gut, most of these should be pretty straight forward in terms of what the theme would look like.
Voting will be about as laid back as you could imagine - just post a comment or drop me a message and if you have any additional thoughts around a particular vote please feel free to share them. Vote for as many themes as you'd like (told you it was laid back)
- Blade Runner
- Star Wars/Deathstar...a good compliment to the Blockade Runner set
- Fallout 3...think underground, subways, etc
- Judge Dredd Megablocks...not the Sylvester Stallone version
- dark citadel...gothic/industrial meets the Dark Eldar
- Event Horizon
- Japanese...I think this could also be ultra-modernized to fit an Infinity/Yu Jing setting as well
- Trenches...WWI trenches, I think it's a setting that works in a lot of places
If you didn't see one of your ideas on this list, hope is not lost. More on that shortly.
now on to some pictures...Below you will see the single-wide and double-wide corridor sets together. A few things to note - there are a couple of missing pieces from the single-wide set (I'm in the middle of working on them to see about a future stretch goal), I included an exit/entry door in the double wide set (lower right of the first picture), and I included a couple of the 2-1 transition pieces (as that is the only way to connect the two sets).
This set up occupied about 34 inches by 37 inches.