Having a little trouble with my Ender 3. Not sure but I think the aluminum bed might be warped. The problem is that very large prints are not adhering to the bed.. Got to look into the problem. Printed out the viking ship. It is a monster, as you will see; Along with some carts... Hope you like them. I did purchase the WW2 Normandy set. The first building is printing now.Bed adhesion problem. I have learned to make sure I watch the first few layers More of the problem.. It was an 8 hours build timeGreat looking wagonMounted Saxon to show size.
The print came out great. The total run time was just over 36 hours. This time I made sure that the first level was put down to the glass bed with no problems. The two 28mm figures are to show the size of the church. Currently make the walls for the Norman Castle. Each wall section run for 24 hours. Looks like this will take a week or two to complete. Hope this will inspire people to try 3d printing to their game table
These took a lot of run time. The detail in the wooden boards are pretty intense. All I have to run now is the palisade that surround the Motte. The roof is for a saxon home. It take 18 hours to make a complete house in 28mm scale.
Just simple dwarven lord riding on his bear. I have really nothing to add here.You can see how it look unpainted in this entry. My other Scibor's dwarves:Scibor Nobleman #1Scibor Nobleman #2Scibor Dwarves WarbandScibor Dwarven Standard BearerScibor Dwarven Ranger#1Scibor Dwarven Ranger#2Scibor Dwarven Warrior#1Scibor Dwarven Warrior#2Scibor Dwarven Warrior#3Scibor Dwarven Warrior#4Scibor Dwarven Warrior#5Scibor Dwarven Warrior#6Scibor Dwarven Warrior#7
The Bear Clan miniatures from the Blood Rage boardgame. Painted during one painting session. You can also look at the Wolf Clan and the Raven Clan that I presented to you in the last month.Pomalowane w jeden dzień figurki klanu niedźwiedzia z gry planszowej Blood Rage.
Battle before the Walls of Troy - Greeks attacking on the left, Trojans sally forth on the right Awesome day at club mate Gav's this weekend (the day of Salute in fact) with a big 3 v 3 game on the plains before the gates of Troy. We used his fantastic array of Bronze Age minis with some a home made adjustments to Lion Rampant, and much thematic mayhem was added through Homeric heroes, each with their own Missions - Achilles was after Hector, Menelaus was after Paris etc. Whom do you favour this day oh Mighty Apollo? My forces arrayed on the Trojan left flank Each player had about a 50 point warband so that was a lot of figures on the table - an impressive array of Redoubt, Foundry, Black Tree Design and Eureka Miniatures. Mayhem and Glory in the centre around the Temple of Apollo and the sacred grove And the game was played under the imposing wall of Troy itself (all resin), with the strange, large wooden Horse making an appearance also... Gorgeously painted Myrmidons move up to a
Raven Clan miniature from the Blood Rage boardgame. I spent approximately one hour per miniature. You can also look at the Wolf Clan that I showed last week.Pomalowane w jeden dzień figurki z gry planszowej Blood Rage. Poświęciłem ok 1 h na wojownika.
Wolf Clan miniature from the Blood Rage boardgame. I spent approximately 50 min per miniature. Pomalowane w jeden dzień figurki z gry planszowej Blood Rage. Poświęciłem ok 50 min na jedną sztukę. Od teraz będą cieszyć oko podczas grania w tę bardzo dobrą planszówkę. Jak na zainwestowany czas efekt końcowy mnie bardzo cieszy.
Another 5 mercenaries from the period of Thirteen Years' War. The unit is finished. You can find more mercenaries in these entries on my blog: 1, 2, 3.Kolejnych 5 zbrojnych z czasów Wojny Trzynastoletniej. Wraz z pozostałymi, które zaprezentowałem na blogu na początku miesiąca, tworzą oddział liczący 12 najemników, idealny do potyczek w Dragon Rampant.
I missed updating last week, but this week has seen some good progress on my painting desk. I've got a bunch of diverse stuff I'm chewing my way through - Adeptus Titanicus stuff, a copy of Blackstone Fortress, a fantasy Halfling army, more High Elves and some other odds and ends that need doing. First on deck is a second Warlord Titan for my War Griffons Legion.The complete force.The second Warlord amps up the total game size I can play, and brings some much needed diversity to the weapons systems I can deploy. I've still got a second plasma cannon arm to paint, but I will probably do that in colors for my Legio Mortis force so they have some more options.Clamor Aquilae - The Eagle's Cry - brings its massive firepower to the battlefield.View of the plasma cannon and carapace lasers.The other arm has a mighty power fist, ready to crush the foes of the Emperor.If you follow me on Twitter (@Cwalton73), you've probably been watching me chip away at a bunch of Halfling models from Westfalia Miniatures f
Several Perry Miniatures depicting medieval mercenaries from Thirteen Years' War. Minis from different box sets. You can find more mercenaries in these entries on my blog: 1, 2, 3.Figurki od Braci Perrych przedstawiający najemników z czasów Wojny Trzynastoletniej. Figurki pochodzą z różnych plastikowych i metalowych zestawów od tegoż producenta.
Last weekend saw my first wargaming outing of the year in the form of attending a Medieval wargaming day organised by messrs David Imrie and Ian Beal over in Leven.There were twelve participants in the first game if the day which was a six a-side barney using the Lion Rampant rules. The terrain and setting provided by David along with a good dollop of the troops with some of the others bringing along a goodly amount of re-enforcement's.The battle was a grand affair and lasted slightly longer than planned but I think the Lancastrian's getting the advantage by the end the game overall.The second game of the day was aa slay of three tag team games with everyone teaming up with their previous opponent against another tag team with a 25pt a piece force made up of troops you had available again using the Lion Rampant Rules.This game played a bit quicker as was to be expected and my team mate and I fought to a defeat by a narrow margin.Great day out and thanks to David and Ian for organising the day. Looking fo
Battle/Target markers for miniature wargaming. They will be used mostly in Dragon Rampant and Advanced Song of Blade and Heroes. Coblestone bases were made by me and bits were produced by various miniature manufactures. As long as I remember these were Ristul's Extraordinary Market, Fireforge Games, minimonsters.eu, Games Workshop and Perry Miniatures.Znaczniki celów stworzone do wykorzystania w kilku grach. Myślę że dobrze sprawdzą się w czasie potyczek w Dragon Rampant, Advanced Song of Blade and Heroes oraz okazjonalnie do gier planszowych i D&D. Podstawki zrobiłem sam natomiast bitsy pochodzą od kilku różnych producentów: Ristul's Extraordinary Market, Fireforge Games, minimonsters.eu, Games Workshop oraz Perry Miniatures.
Hello everyone!The first historical entry on DwarfCrypt in the new year today. I return to one of my favorite topics- Landsknechts.I will take a closer look at the Black Company by Florian Geyer and show three new soldiers painted for the occasion. Other entries related to this multicolored formation can be found below:I. Sacco di Roma / The Sack of Rome / Złupienie Rzymu (1527)II. Landsknechts II: Dopplesoldiers / Landsknechci - Podwójnożołdacy (Artizan Designs)III. Landsknechts III: Regiment (Warlord Games)IV. Landsknechts IV: Recruitment / Rekrutacja (Warlord Games)The original German name of the Black Company was Schwarzer Haufen. The term Schwarz (black) pointed out the ideological distance of the company from the large peasant army at that time, which called itself the Heller Haufen (Hell meaning "light-colored"). Black Lancknechts probably also distinguished black elements of uniforms. The German word Haufen was the name the peasants gave to their armed companies.
The miniature is called Satheras, Elf Warlock. It was produced by Reaper Miniatures and sculpted by Bobby Jackson. I bought it several years ago as it was released as one of the first minis in Reaper Bone Series. Figurka wydana kilka lat temu przez Reaper Miniatures w serii Bone. Tani plastyczny materiał,z którego została wyprodukowana nie ułatwiał malowania, ale jak na model za kilka złotych wyszło całkiem dobrze.