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Mordheim, hands down.27/07/2022 at 09:58 in reply to: Are there any skeleton or corpse tokens made for 15mm use? #176188
Those 2 on the left would be perfect. Thanks!
Should the blobs experience some sort of mitosis right after a human-sized feeding? Thoughts?
Also, if anyone here needs additional literary inspiration …
Yes, the white ones. Plasticard? Wow. Nice.
Es tu mejor vídeo, hasta la fecha. Excelente!
what are you using for their bases?
Wow, that piece might work as a submarine coning tower!
I bought some washes to try this:
Thanks Andrew!28/06/2022 at 20:26 in reply to: Tiny Decals of a Red Sun Like the Mithraic Sol in Raised by Wolves? #175186
The transfers look amazing. I can’t wait to finish painting the uniforms on my figures so I can apply them.
Thanks so much!
Fantastic results with the books, and excellent video too.16/06/2022 at 07:31 in reply to: Could this be the premise for Pulp gaming in the Mesozoic Era? #174690
The artwork does look amazing.16/06/2022 at 07:06 in reply to: Has anyone done DEATHWORLD as the setting for a game? #174689
Check out these cool suggestions I found:16/06/2022 at 01:37 in reply to: Has anyone done DEATHWORLD as the setting for a game? #174683
well…..Other than as a siege game, unprotected non-psi humans outside the walls of Pyrrus will be eaten alive, catch hideous diseases. ripped up, gutted, spiked stabbed eviscerated and digested pretty fast. Those walls are there for a reason 🙂
And I think they had thick concrete throughout for city grounds, instead of exposed soil or even grass. 🙂15/06/2022 at 08:36 in reply to: Has anyone done DEATHWORLD as the setting for a game? #174637
I was referring mainly to the first one in the Harrison trilogy, the planet Pyrrus. I’ve been buying and making loads of alien forest pieces that I hope to put to use.
Perhaps have a separate player (or some outstanding AI mechanism) manage the planetary flora and fauna, what do you think?
Other thoughts or ideas?
Indeed I was.
Stunning work, as always.
Wow! Now I’m undecided as to which terrain to do first, Egypt or the towns in the NE coast of the US.
With that name, I was afraid to click on the topic, expecting something else entirely. Lol10/06/2022 at 21:27 in reply to: Tiny Decals of a Red Sun Like the Mithraic Sol in Raised by Wolves? #174456
I can’t wait to see my new transfers. I better paint up my figures now. 🙂31/05/2022 at 03:36 in reply to: Tiny Decals of a Red Sun Like the Mithraic Sol in Raised by Wolves? #173843
I guess I misunderstood. Do I just email you then? Or did you have a specific listing for me to select sizes and colors from?
His directional glow/illuminations (there’s gotta be a better term) are amazing?
Indeed. Our mangroves in PR don’t have crocodiles but we have lots of stingrays and sharks that use the mangroves for giving birth. Some of the sharks can get quite territorial and aggressive.
The mud crabs we have are also huge. You could lose half a foot or hand if you touch the wrong spot.
I’m just glad we didn’t have crocs, like those in so many mangroves around the world:
Fantastic! Thanks so much.12/05/2022 at 07:45 in reply to: VSF STOP PRESS: Black Dragon Tong Sink Royal Naval Vessel #172809
Thanks so much! I’ll look it up on their site.
Perhaps it could work for my 15mm SE Asian pirates.
You’ll enjoy this …
On July 11, 1771 Daniel Boone claimed to have shot a giant 10-foot man-like creature:
“He killed it in the Great Smokey Mountains and took three shots by a musket for it to fall down. Daniel Boone referring to bigfoots as “yahoos” probably comes from the Cherokee “Yeahoh”.”
More on this incident:
Too cool! Now I feel like gaming a pioneers vs bigfoots scenario. They better not miss though. 🙂
Here’s another game setting to insert Bigfoot figures into:
PS. Look up “woodwose” for more examples. They are almost always shown carrying clubs, which they would use to communicate in the forest.
Glad you like it. I still have quite a few others made and waiting to be painted. Then the flocking of the leaves will be last.
im extremely happy with my Urban Matz one. I use it for historical Libyan desert or American Southwest adventures as well as for SF offworld scenarios. Comes in various sizes:
I imagine it could also be used for Australian Outback post apocalyptic scenarios like Mad Max.
Hope this helps.
Is there a source link to get those infantry figures? Thanks.
Just found this other Sasquatch, by Elheim, allegedly made for 20mm:
The height might be perfect for 15mm, but I would need to work on defining the face a bit, and adding a little more bulk on the shoulders and chest. Not sure about the Wookie hair though. 🙂
Wow, that looked like a whole lotta fun! Cool figures and lovely boat. Well done!01/05/2022 at 16:05 in reply to: Does anyone make a figure of a giant naked chicken demon thing? #172261
Salvator Rosa’s “The Temptations of Saint Anthony”, 1645!
One can only wonder how Saint Anthony managed to resist being tempted by that?
LOL. Maybe the demon projected the appearance of a beautiful seductive woman, but Anthony was able to see through to its actual form?01/05/2022 at 02:10 in reply to: Does anyone make a figure of a giant naked chicken demon thing? #172243
Wow, I’m really liking those CP Models’ hook horrors! Thanks.
Also, someone sent me an email with a link to a Reaper Bones (#77262) ”Vrock Demon”:
Perhaps … with the wings removed?30/04/2022 at 07:04 in reply to: Does anyone make a figure of a giant naked chicken demon thing? #17221629/04/2022 at 08:32 in reply to: Does anyone make a figure of a giant naked chicken demon thing? #172144
It’s supposedly from “Dictonnaire Infernal” by Collin de Plancy. Illustration by Louis Le Breton:
However, J.A.S. Collin de Plancy’s “Dictionnaire Infernal”, Paris : E. Plon, 1863, apparently stole the exact creature design from Salvator Rosa’s “The Temptations of Saint Anthony”, 1645!
I know of no one who currently produces any figure like it in metal or plastic.
That is the rubberized horse hair I use. Maybe not for small bushes, but perhaps for denser brush … or even tree canopies.
Hope it helps.
Have you ever used rubberized horse hair for dense bushes and “wilder” forest terrain?
Thanks so much! The historical Plymouth sedan was clearly much longer than I would have guessed:
Length Overall (With Bumpers)
5 Passenger Sedan … 185 13/16″ (471.96 cm.)
At 1/100 that would be 47mm long, I think, from bumper to bumper?
Will do. Any day now. For based 15-18mm figures 2.5 to 3mm per linear foot would be perfect.
By the way, I can’t seem to find any stats/specs on the actual physical dimensions of the three historical cars. The length dimension alone would be fine.
Excellent work. You could use them in a future Water World style game and have air-boat races though I would be tempted to run a wet version of It Came From Beyond The Still…
That was somewhat what I had planned initially, a flooded Post Apoc world, and then a friend sent me some really nice 15mm pirates and Amazonian Indians. Nice distraction. 🙂