I got a little distracted from my ongoing and quite substantial DreadBall project over the last few days and painted these two guys. I did base one of the figures for use as a DreadBall coach though, so I didnt get completely sidetracked.
These furry little predators are domestic cat models bought from the sadly very soon to be no more Mega Miniatures, painted to represent a bit of old school 40k nonsense called “Gyrinx”. Continue reading
I attached magnets to the bases of my DreadBall miniatures. I also magnetised the bases on my Blood Bowl teams a while back. During play the ball (with corresponding magnet) can be quickly and easily placed on the players base, where it will stay during play. It makes a surprisingly fiddly aspect of the game easier. Those of you who have hardly given a thought to where you position your balls may be sceptical, but its worth the minimal effort. Continue reading
While prepping an extra guard for my OCP Patriots DreadBall team I remembered that I have had a Hasslefree Power Armoured Libby sitting in the box of unpainted Blood Bowl stuff for years now. A bit like Barik Farblast and Flint Churnblade the Libby figure is better suited to the sci-fi DreadBall setting than it is to Blood Bowl anyway, so I modified the football Libby is carrying into something a bit more DreadBall-y and painted her up. Continue reading
Another vintage addition to the Ursa Miner Bruins, Flint has been hanging around the unpainted figure mountain for ages. DreadBall seemed like a good excuse to get him painted, so I went for it.