I wasn't in attendance this year, but a friend was kind enough to forward me a picture heavy review with great eye candy
WW2 aerial duels. Bag the Hun rules?
medieval skirmish. Saga?
Renaissance galley warfare
A Very British...
So FOG:E has been released by Slitherine today. Downloading now. It occupies the same space as Paradox's Rome game, i.e. strateic warfare i the ancient Mediterranean, except with a bit less emphasis on culture and religion, but more on the battle aspect. (there is an option to play out the...
My wife and I just finished watching season two. I just wanted to post here that this is an excellent show. Before you watch, though, be aware that it has all the trigger warnings (except spiders). This show is tough to watch. Well worth it, especially for the themes.
I have to admit that...
Right now I'm noodling around with Age of Wonders 3. it's not bad and I'm having fun, but... there may be such a thing as too much "rock, paper, scissors". AoW3 is more like rock-paper-scissors-hammer-tinfoil-pencil. There are about 8 different vulnerabilitys, specializations, special...
I got this as an anniversary gift. It's been very useful for paint shaking believe it or not. This is the one I got, but there are other models from different manufacturers
Ultrasonic Cleaner, UKOKE UUC06G Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Timer, Portable Household Ultrasonic...
After the end of GoT, who would you like to see get put on the small screen (or big screen even)?
Myself I'd like to see The Laundry Files. With so many urban fantasy TV shows out now, you'd think it would be a natural. And cost of doing a pilot should be a lot less than GoT. Magic, spy...
I remember really liking CTHD a lot. It was sad, but it wasn't depressing, you know?
I watched Curse of the Golden Flower and House of Flying Daggers after CTHD. They were both good, but way more depressing, in a way that I'm unable to explain properly. I'm told Hero is also depressing...
Obviously brushes are the single most important tool in our hobby. But I see a lot of inexperienced painters making a lot of simple mistakes* that, if corrected, could save them a lot of time and effort. So I'd like to talk here about brushes, and any and all tips we can share for their care...
Released Today. What are y'all opinions on it? Good "paint the map" fun? Full of bugs? (I haven't got it yet, but I'd love to read what others have to say).
Most important question: What will be the first country you play? :ROFLMAO:
Been trying to freehand shield designs. Absolutely nothing fancy, just simple geometric shapes - squares, lines, chevrons. I get a good line and then - splooge! - it drifts off at an angle, or it widens or shrinks. argh!
Are there good practices you learned in art school to improve?
So I've been doing historical minis for a while, and recently I'm wondering about getting a small Warhammer force? Couple questions
1) Which faction would be the cheapest in terms of dollars spent?
2) Do I *have* to use GW colors? Like, if I buy Liquitex or W&N artists acrylics, is that...
On a digitally imaged carpet of the Sacramento River valley?
That is some fantastic terrain work <now wondering how I could do that for 15mm scale>