Put together some straight forward painting instructions for a mate I'm seducing in to the game. They are really straight forward...and not perfect! However, having watched dozens of how-to videos, I had to put together a simple guide to make it easier for myself to follow. The paints I'm using as a novice are in … Continue reading Making your car look like a heap: simple painting guide
So, after not knowing what to do for a while, and an afternoon of flow - here it is.
The aim was to create a couple of strong yellow cars, but the yellow paint refused to go on smoothly. I have no idea what was going on. In the end I opted for rust effects to hide the issues. I gave them a wash using leftovers from the terrain project. I still haven't got … Continue reading The rust brigade
The rocks are done. They didn't come out as expected, unfortunately. The painting done with Moonlight white and Biscuit Crunch paint testers from Wilkinson's for £1.25. The former for dry brushing, the latter for the base coat. I go the hang of the dry brushing after a while, but I messed it up several times. … Continue reading The rocks are alive with the sound of silence
Added, or made, an archway - which is just big enough for a car to go through - and a ramp. Hopefully both are suitable for Gaslands and Legion.
So there are three of us. Geeky game players, living in different towns in the UK. With mileage and kids, the three of us gather together rarely. However, when we go we are keen game players. Our game of choice is currently Star Wars Legion. My friend treated himself to it last year, and spent … Continue reading Getting into Gaslands