You’ll always get those moments with bits of terrain when you look at them and think that’s not that special, but I guess it’ll do. I used to be very much like that and it’s been more about getting stuff on the table and playing games than the elements behind the scene like terrain. But … Continue reading Terrain Corner – River Sections
With my other Terrain articles I’ve been aiming for an end product that has some use when gaming. So the Trees and Asteroids have a purpose, the piece this time doesn’t really have a purpose in any game and it’s all for show. When your out doing demo’s it’s really nice to have something for the … Continue reading Terrain Corner – Display Board
I was more than a little surprised after my last article on Trees was so popular. If you’ve not had a look at the article you can find it here. When I was asking the team about what I should do next, Darren was pretty keen thet I do one on Asteroids. I think he … Continue reading Terrain Corner – Asteroids
The big thing about wargaming is its a huge hobby. Its not just spending time painting the amazing armies that we use, its also the field of battle we choose to fight on. I have to say I actually find painting the terrain to be a lot more fun that the miniatures. I think its … Continue reading Terrain Corner – Trees
In a previous post I said the XLC had sent me a terrain pack to have a look at, well half way through building it and I must admit for a mdf flatpack set its rather impressive the customisation options for it are varied beyond belief. I am making a three story building and a … Continue reading Terrain and ruins
Welcome to Tabletop Games UK this site is dedicated to bringing news and reviews from across the broad and ever expanding range of Tabletop Games, as well as acting almost like a hobby diary for me as well as a way to connect with my fellow gamers of whom two of which now write for … Continue reading The Team
This is my stab at doing what Mark does far better and you will also have seen the rest of us are doing as well. Our little round up of what we currently have going on our painting desk, gaming tables over the past month. Most people will know form the sort of games I … Continue reading King of the Fringe – Nov 2016
Inspired by friend and occasional bitter enemy (on the field of battle) Chris’s amazing looking destroyed vehicle markers that you can see in action in our 40K battle (mostly on my Rhino) I decided to make my own!
Hello again everyone! This week I’m going to do a quick review and hopefully a useful tip or two on making a seasonal show on your figures. This follows on from my look at snow a few weeks ago with regards to basing that can be seen here.
David and I (Mark) have been champing at the bit to get in a game or two of Arcworlde since we got the figures painted up for TTGUK Paints. The figures have tonnes of character and the game seemed like fun, at least Jez thought so here. He’s normally right so we finally decided to … Continue reading Arcworlde Battle report, David Vs Mark