This week I received my Immersive Battle Maps book from Yarro Studios Kickstarter.
Yesterday I opened my Tech Terrain from Paizo and printed out the deckplans of our Terran Frigate at Staples on their plotter. I’m going to showcase everything on the glossy map I printed in sections on my laser printer. Paizo’s … Continue reading →
So this week I want to talk a little bit about a big ship coming out from us real soon now. The Terran Frigate, it’s only a large size ship in game terms but 300ft of ship in 5ft squares … Continue reading →
So last night I received my Falling Star from Miniature’s Market, I saw it on the Drop and bought in early. I’m a sucker for tallships stuff. Ship comes with ship’s wheel, two magnetic masts, four sails. Both the Quarterdeck … Continue reading →
In 2016 we were playing Skull and Shackles with my Saturday night home group. Here are the map tiles laid out as they would appear from the Paizo PDF. Trim away the white boarder until only the grid squares are … Continue reading →
Many years ago I built a sci-fi board using Star Tiles map tiles from Fat Dragon Games. This is me laying out the tiles on a black foam core board. Pictured are Elmer’s glue sticks and scissors. You can see … Continue reading →
In December 2017 I was obsessed with Flying Stands for miniatures and making quite a few in Tinkercad. This one is a Cylinder maybe a quarter inch deep with a 6mm hole in it and a 6mm shaft that’s 75mm … Continue reading →
So in December of 2017 I was playing around with making size Large bases for Medium sized 28mm miniatures. I had bought the Square one on the left and it has three wooden parts, a very thin flat 2×2 base, … Continue reading →
My guys running away from the Darklands in my Second Darkness campaign tonight. Map is the Deep Caverns by Christopher West. Christopher West’s Maps of Mastery does a lot of great Sci-fi maps too.
So a while back (2015) I bought a bunch of maps from Adventurer’s Atlas, I think from eBay or Miniatures Market, Noble Knight, someplace that had a lot of different ones. At the time I didn’t know the artist and … Continue reading →