Jan Hewlett's force is growing, a few units infantry and tanks are still missing. He needs to print a few Myrmidons... :'sSorensons Sabres:Busosenshi Shakir Jerrar HBK-4G HunchbackBusosenshi Seyla Teresa Martinez PNT-9T PantherTai-i Daniel Sorenson HTM-27T Hatamoto-ChiBusosenshi Elden Berardinelli SDR-5K Spider
15mm Wargaming for Fun and Sanity: OAAH Mars Euxinus Lacus vs Herculis.: Once again it's Mars. Here be giant, but no worms. Here we take another step towards February. Just one more to go. Then I have a s...
Cemetery, Graveyard, Necropolis, City of the Dead. Pretty much every fantasy city, town and village has such, and they have a great promise of adventure: Necromancers looking for bodies, haunts with unfinished business, buried treasures and even a whole unholy domain, especially at night time – as Necropolis and it's Dark Reliquary in Ptolus.
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Dust, Tears & Dice: V the Miniseries - Money, Lasers & Contracts #1: After the ambush at the pipeline Lydia Head of Security for the Visitors in Africa is visiting one of the local warlords and opponent of ...
For those of you playing Spacemaster or HARP-SF, I thought this outline of a new planet might give you some inspiration or serve as a backdrop for your next adventure. Name: Seccanoe Diameter: 14,037km Gravity: 1.2 g Distance from sun: 0.87 au at its closest 1.42 at its furthest Year: 1.13 Earth years (412 Earth days) Rotation period: 21.25 hours Atmosphere: Oxygen rich with carbon and nitrogen Hydrosphere: In ‘winter’ glaciers cover 42% of the surface of the planet with other bodies of water covering a further 5%. During ‘summer’ the glaciers only cover 17% with a further 72% of the planet covered in water. Climate: Extremes of hot and cold depending on season Population: Seccanoe is a rocky planet with an oxygen rich atmosphere orbiting a yellow dwarf star. The star is similar in size to the Earth’s sun but slightly more massive. Seccanoe is one of only three planets orbiting the star and is the closest planet to the sun. Seccanoe has an elliptical orbit with .55 au difference between its closest a
From, Shawn Reis: I used Flames of war, with some modifications. This was the battle of Yonkers from the book World War Z. To represent the 10 million zombies in the battle, when a stand of zombies died they went to the back of the line. Over a 1,000 zombie miniatures used!
When you see the rules for Sky Sentinel, there's only one thing to be done. Find a way to paint him up as Max Sterling from Robotech, the Ace Pilot on Rick's squadron.
We were talking about Circle Warlock names, when it came up how cool it would be to have a Princess Mononoke Kaya. A little google later and it brings me this.Apparently AduroT has already done this with Kaya the Moonhunter. However, the model I want to see with this more would be this one:Mostly because I don't already have a Kaya3 painted up. I'll have to check around to see who would do this for me.(I'm just kidding, Aaron. You know it's all going to be you, boo.)
This is diorama-level scenery building, but almost everything he does in this video is applicable to wargamer-proof terrain too and the final result looks awesome. Paepercuts is a great channel; he was quiet for a while but has been putting out new stuff regularly now and is well worth the subscription over on YouTube. One of the comments in the Savannah video describes the host of these as “the Bob Ross of scenery videos” and I realized that’s one of the things I like about him, there’s none of the “HEYYYYYYY GUYSSSSSSSSSSS” weird loudness that is apparently standard issue in far too many other YT videos. As for me and my house, I’m still not doing much gaming-related stuff but I can feel the new-project itch starting up. This might be something completely different, away from the various 28mm projects I’ve spent time on the last five years or so. Possibly Russian Civil War at a grand tactical small scale, 6mm or even 2mm/3mm for that “miles of open step
In the Warmachine/Hordes painting group, facebook user Donniw Smith posted the above Archangel wip. I saw that and immediately thought that that could bbe a fantastic color scheme for Infernal horrors. He shared his paint scheme in that same thread:Chiton - base coat p3 bloodstone , Agrax earthshade wash (citadel) , doombull brown glaze (citadel) , edge up the chiton with rucksack tan (p3) final edge with menoth white (p3)Skin - base of coal black (p3) wash with nuln oil (citadel) 4 parts coal black 2 parts frostbite (p3) , next shade 1 part coal black 2 parts frostbite , super highlights pure frostbite, finally beaten purple super thinned down for the skin stress points Wings - base sanguine (p3) wash nuln oil, next sanguine highlight , final two parts sanguine highlight two parts Pink (Vallejo for me could use p3) Mouth - red violet (Vallejo) pink highlight (Vallejo)- wurm green (p3) - necrite green (p3), livery green (Vallejo) 2 parts livery green 2 part’s Cygnus yellow (p3) highlightO
Tomasz Mucha of Poland shared pictures of his lovely painted Storm Raptor to the various communities. For those of you who aren't familiar with the model, it's big. The base is a 120mm circle, and players often struggle with figuring out safe ways to transport their Storm Raptors in foam. The lightning colors on the feathering is fantastic, and it achieves a look I've failed the times I've tried it which is partly why I had to ask Tomasz for permission to post these pictures here.
Darrell Galbraith Jr. posted the above conversion of the Harbinger of Menoth, and I think it hits all the right notes to make the model immediately indistinguishable with zero confusion. He even added a blindfold!The base looks like it's from scibor miniatures. Lost ruins or something, Lord of the Rings inspired.
A bit of personal nostalgia for the old 100 series .......