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 as some of you may have seen in my other articles I’ve been slowly trying to up my game.
Well its been a few weeks and the second part of my order has turned up and is well on the way, last night I painted the paras berets and smocks, just so they can be easily distinguished from the rest of the Forty Seven.
As I am building a raiding force for a local league starting at 400 points and working up here is the complete 400 points.
Slowly I am getting back in the swing of things, a bit off a backlog off emails but with no one to cover that’s just an unfortunate side effect.
Over the last few days had great fun opening booster packs got some awesome cards.
It really is such a shame that a great game is missing out on the love off so many gamers who just dismiss it as another ccg. But hopefully the army of ambassadors will change that this season.
On the miniature front my Kings of war pledge manager has been completed and a 1600 point Abyssal Army should be heading my way. This will be my first ‘complete army’ I have purchased in one hit. And a bit apprehensive about completing it.
I have also started painting my M18 hellcat that I reviewed last month. Just awaiting a few paints and a bit off advice for painting something that actually existed instead of sci-fi/fantasy stuff. Love the kit and really want to do it justice.
That’s all for now. You may return to your painting and gaming.
So after a few weeks to work on the models for Mantic has seen very little progress due to work commitments. However three of the six trucks have been fully base painted and all trucks have had their windows and various metal parts dry brushed.
Ok that’s a bit of a lie. I am not going on a tour, all over the country playing and demoing games, that would just be brilliant, and would give me plenty to write about.
Spartan Scenics have jumped on kickstarter to fund there newest project.
Fully customisable scenery.
This Kickstarter is to fund the latest innovation by Spartan Games and is:
Scale – the project starts at 28mm scale, but will grow to embrace any scale we want!
High quality – as you have come to expect from Spartan Games.
Flexible – designed to be built both vertically and horizontally, allowing you to build rooms, corridors and towers. You will also be able to create bridges between floors, towers, mezzanines and balconies. Use your imagination to also make arches, windows and doorways.
Requires no glue – components fit together using universal push-fit connectors.
Plastic – start building your terrain with highly-durable plastic components.
Printed card – start your terrain with stunningly detailed, double-sided card inserts to build your floors, walls and doors. The vertical supports make it easy for you to switch the card over, allowing multiple themes to be supported by a common set of modular building components. Initial themes include Fantasy, Sci-Fi and World War II, but many more can be unlocked.
Resin, acrylic and more – once the foundations have been set the future of your scenery is very exciting: it has resin walls, floors and doors in it, along with coloured acrylic and laser-etched MDF. This terrain is designed to embrace all formats. So start with our stunning card solution before planning just how ‘deluxe‘ you will go!
Scenic Dressing Kits – will allow you to take your designs to an even greater level of detail as you add beds, tables, machinery, book cases, computers, traps and much more…
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Easily stored – the system is 100% modular. So you can take it apart, easily store it and put it together, potentially reconfigured for a new genre or scale, whenever you want.