I didn’t find the time (and courage) to work on my various projects recently…
…but with the return of summer I will have more drive to get back to work.
Starting with my Moria Goblins by Game’s Workshop. Nothing fancy, they are tabletop quality: base colours followed a dipping, like my Mantic orcs.
I had some fun with the details on the bases (vegetation, plants, leaves, grass, etc).
They’ll look great on the game table: cool!
Nasty little guys!
…24 friends to be exact…
…yep: nasty Goblins!
Some photos of my completed Tomb Kings skeletons from Games Workshop.
I don’t like the cartoonish look of these minis, but I needed a lot of skeletons for the gaming table and I wanted something cheap: I paid 35 $CAN for 16 minis, which is good. I bought these a while ago, before Mantic Games made their line of skeletons available (damn!). I find Mantic Games skeletons more realistic and I definitely would have preferred them over GWs, but it’s ok: my current minis are just fine for gaming.
This time, simple props for tabletop gaming I did. Mostly made with styrofoam – and small rocks, sand, static grass, white glue… you get the picture 🙂
These are very good beginner projects. But even for old gamers like myself, they’re quite pleasing to build and easy to paint (painting is mostly dry brushing). You can make tons of them in a single weekend! And they look great on the gaming table!
Some pics of very simple ones:
Simple game prop. About 1 inch tall.
Simple game prop. About 2 inches tall.