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7TV Inquisitor Weekend

THRILLING alien graveyard shoot outs!

THRILLING alien graveyard shoot outs!

PB and I got together to play some Inquisitorial retinue-centric, Rogue Trader style games last weekend using the 7TV rule set.  The four linked scenarios had solid, cheesy and melodramatic narrative and the rule set turned out to be pretty ideal for the purpose.  The session was good fun with lots of laughs and it was great to finally get all of the models that I have been painting for the last year or so on the table. Continue reading

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Zomtober 2013 #2

Tank

Tank

Following on from my first Zomtober entry last week, its a mutant zombie today.   Continue reading

Cthellean Cudbear

"PIC-I-NIC BASKETS!!!"

“PIC-I-NIC BASKETS!!!”

Cthellean Cudbear

Cthellean Cudbear

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Zomtober 2013 #1

Zomtober1f

“pulpcitizen” of Eclectic Gentlemen Tabletop Gamer and Pulp Citizen has been organising “Zomtober“.  I decided to join in.   Continue reading

Catachan Devil

Catachan Devil

Catachan Devil

The creepy crawly kicking off my Alien Flora & Fauna project is a Reaper Frost Wyrm that I mined from COMs Reaper Bones mountain.  I very quickly painted it to represent a classic death world predator from the Rogue Trader 40K era. Continue reading

Alien Flora & Fauna Project Proposal

SQUEAL at giant mutant space rats!!!

Extra terrestrials and alien environments are a big draw for me in fiction and correspondingly so in my toy soldiers.  I get a kick out of seeing my little guys beset by men-in-suit type aliens while wandering through slightly dodgy and unconvincing miniature sets that have a 1960s Star Trek feel to them.  Creating my own geeky tiny film set like environment, complete with unlikely looking plants and bogus looking monsters is one of the main drivers in the hobby for me. Continue reading

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