Here you'll find some of the best-looking cooperative board games that have come out over the years. The post Top 10 Best Cooperative Board Game Art appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Mawveth is the setting for my homebrew D&D campaign. Find the link here. There are many races of Elves in the world of Mawveth. However, the most common is the Astheen (as·theen) Elves. These Elves originate from the area of near the Somber Forest, Northern region of the Parepidaymos Isles. In creating the Astheen, I … Continue reading MAWVETH: ASTHEEN ELF →
I have fond memories of playing Taboo with family and friends at gatherings probably 10 years ago. If you aren’t familiar, in Taboo you try to get your team to guess a word without saying the other words on the card. The other team would have someone sit next to you with a buzzer and […]
No, for reals this time, this is the last of the Imperial Assault commission I took on. There was one lonely Gomorrean guard who needed painting and basing to match on of his colleagues. I managed to knock this off over the weekend despite the allure of the bike, kayak and garden.Up next: Some rebased 1/72-scale War of 1812 Americans. Just need to touch up a few rifle barrels that shed their paint during rebasing.
This week’s Kickstarter Highlights is brought to you with the letter “D” and the number 6:Dragons, Dungeons, Dinosaurs*, Disease, Demons** and Deepspace! That’s what has our fingers itching over the “Select this Reward” button this week. Read more »
Completely forgot to post this update. Marneus Calgar in his upgraded glory to Primaris status and his guards. These were painted to level 5 quality with NMM metallics. These were commissioned for the larger Ultramarine commission that you may have seen in some previous posts.
The second model completed for "Team Flash" this week is 'Vibe' (Cisco Ramon). Vibe (Cisco Ramon)Vibe (Cisco Ramon)Painting Points: 1
This will probably be a bit of a rambling post, so apologies in advance. This week is a shorter working week due to the bank holiday for Easter, so there will be fewer entries. Friday just gone was a bank holiday too, so last week was also a shorter week, but it passed me by due to not being in work and hence why I made a blog entry every day. I am hoping to blog every week day whilst I am not working to give me something to do as a break from looking for work and therefore keeping my sanity a bit longer. It sure beats watching day time TV (which I don't do anyway) or just staring at the same four walls (or procrastinating for hours on end). That said, I do keep myself busy by doing the household chores, going to the gym, running and prepping minatures for painting in between the hours I spend trawling the net for a new role.So, now that all of my Lord of the Rings figures are prepped in readiness for undercoating and a bit of putty work (I still need to source some decent, easily workable stuff) I have time
Initial deployments getting set-upLast week we managed to have a general get together with all the surviving players of the Battle Companies Campaign and staged the last random scenario and Campaign Scenario III play-offs.Still in the game are Andy W's Mordor Orcs, Andy K's Easterling's, Kenny's Easterling's, Leigh's Hobbits, Kev's Warg Riders, Dave K's Rivendell Elves, and my Arnor Company. We also had Alan standing in with some more Easterling's so the pair-offs were equal and everyone could get the games played.The initial match ups were games paired up with similar (or as close as possible) Battle Company ratings with the Orcs vs the Warg Riders, Hobbits vs Easterling's, Arnor vs Easterling's and Elves vs Easterling's.Three different random scenario's were played along with the Campaign Scenario III 'Bridge across the Mitheithel' Scenario being played by myself and Andy K's Easterling's.This play through of the Campaign Scenario was pretty one sided as I was (only just) the lower warband rating so wa
Still posting some of my entries from the Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge, not many more left I promise!! It's bit Macabre I know, its just a piece of scenery though for my Donnybrook Shenanigans!The figure is from Black Tree designs, bought to paint up in AHPC8, along with quite a few similar bits and bobs. Sir Michael Awdry posted loads of these in last years Challenge and mine got pushed to the bottom of the leadpile.Not much more I can really say about the figure really?
The maker of this video creates some amazing building out of foam broad. But buddy Anton will enjoy this series of video. As he love making thing out of foam broad. Enjoy
Well, it was a thought that had been floating around my head for a while. I had some vague ideas about how I might scratch build a defend-able 'wagon barrier' but had never gone practical with it.No time like the present - about a month or so till Partizan so nothing like a little pressure to focus the mind.How many? (it was a question to self).. four? six?... how about twelve? OK. That's settled, oh, and some portable defences to cover the gaps between too, yeah, fine.I didn't have a plan but I figured if I left one side off the Warfare Miniatures open wagon WLOA905 and built a wooden wall on the other side that the flat bed would provide a good firing step for singly based models without the wagons appearing too enormous and down scaling the battlefield.My materials were simple: stirring sticks from the coffee shop, super glue and the wagon kits from Warfare.. I have access to a few of those.The design was a suck it and see but actually has turned out to be both relatively easy and practical from a gaming p
Between televised events, Team Slime and Team Warden hit the wasteland to attempt to earn some extra Cans to spend on their lost equipment and weapons! Check out Time Extended 4 HERE: https://gaslands.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Gaslands_TX4.pdf
Kampanje iz sekcije “Games” na Kickstarter platformi su uspešne najviše zaslugom društvenih igara. Kickstarter je objavio da je kategorija “Games”, u koju spadaju društvene igre, video igre, kartične igre i puzzle, donela više od milijardu dolara od 3.2 miliona bekera koji su učestvovali u skoro 17.000 uspešnih projekata […]
The 5th Annual Movie Show with our good buddies Dan Patriss and Chris Kirkman. This is going to be a big summer of movies and we wish we had enough time to cover all the summer releases, but that would be a six hour show. Instead, we only looked at those movies that were nationwide releases, not limited releases. Then we had to take that list and shorten it up even more by voting on them so we could get it down to a manageable amount. There are so many good releases early in the summer that many of the releases in August just didn’t make the cut. Will give a spoiler here, we didn’t have that many steaming picks this year like in previous years. Hope you enjoy the episode and we will return in our next episode with more gaming discussions. Time Segment 00:00 Intro 10:30 Time for the Movies 49:20 Miniature Market 50:08 Back to the Movies 1:31:20 Portal Games 1:32:15 Fantasy Movie Draft 1:51:00 The Broken Token