Thursday, April 26, 2018

Random miniatures

Some random stuff today.

An horse (kinder egg toy), a bulltaur (a small rhino body and bits) and a 3d printed adventurer from Heroforge.

Warhammer quest mage and Sigmar dude for scale.
I'm the only one I found the Stormcasters ugly? That expressionless face... I have to do something about that.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Ape escape: amazon and pygmy conversion

I checked my bit box and old miniature collection to see if I can assemble a blood bowl amazon team.
Unfortunately, not. I litterally only have 4 female miniatures in my collection, 3 heroclix and a pathfinderd one.
Ok, a mixed amazon and pygmy team? Lustria for the win?
ehhh, kinda...
I have 3 Fenryll pygmies, not bad but not the best, a box of goblins I can customize...
Ok, no bloodbowl, but at least let me see if I can prepare some "African" themed encounter for d&d.

Here the result.
note: heroclix face sculpts are terrible.


Saturday, April 14, 2018

Guild Build Craft Off: paperclip to solar system model

Another contest, this time the theme was the humble paperclip. And again I'm not in the finalists. Well, at least I can show you the project.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Easy small columns: tutorial

Another quick tutorial: easy columns. This metod Can help you to make some cheap terrain, but unfortunately nothing very detailed.

In any DIY store you can find wooden caps used to repair imperfections on your wooded forniture. You drimel out the gross part and glue a wood cap. These caps can be found in several sizes. You simply need to glue these caps together.

Here an example of the product.

And here some example.
The cilindrical piece is also found in the same bricolage stores.

And with some drybrush...

As stated before, nothing spectacular, you can see the wood texture. But you can make a large amount of these colums in a very small amount of time and with even less money.