A few weeks back my fiance’ was going through her old baby things. Among the dolls and clothes was this little gem. She asked if I could think of something creative to do with it and I told her I have just the thing. Continue reading “Cradle To The Grave (Flocking Done Right!1)”
This is another work-in-progress from our friend over at the miniatures forums, John. Although it’s not quite as creative as our usual posts, it’s still a pretty good bit of terrain. I’d host a short game on it. Continue reading “Guest Post – A Work In Progress”
This year, for my 31st birthday, I was given a saw by my grandfather. He used it to build the house my family lived in for three generations in southern California. He used it to build canoes, erect barns, and repair the church near his house when an SUV nicked the front porch. Continue reading “Battle At Sawback Ridge (Primo Flocking)”
It’s not always in so many words, or in those exact words, but I generally tell them the same thing… Continue reading “What Can Flocking Teach Us About Ourselves?”
Hey there Flockers! This week I wanted to discuss my newest creation–The Rim! I was inspired by a project I saw on etsy where a young, hip couple had decorated their apartment with hubcaps. Anything worth doing to an apartment is worth flocking vigorously. And I remembered seeing some nice hubcaps on the car in the abandoned lot near my house, so I gave it a go! Continue reading “Battle For The Rim (Best Flocking Job Yet!?)”
Sometimes I find examples of kinda-alright flocking while surfing the miniatures forums. This is a radiant pool, although I’m not sure how one would use it in a game. Kind of reminds of of Hot Tub Time Machine, which is the final authority on time travel movies. Continue reading “Amatuer Hour – The Radiant Pool”
Hello again, Flockers. Just wanted to pop in and share yet another flock well done. This is the Bowl project I’ve been working on lately. What you see here is approximatedly 100+ hours of labor… Continue reading “Battle Bowl (Another Example of Flocking Excellence)”
Two weeks back I posted about the miniature Spelljammer ship I was building for my Dungeons and Dragons campaign. If you want to check out the initial foam-core build, which shows the process from the keel up, you can find it here.
In today’s post we’ll cover the added features; the grates, portholes, paints, and the EULA my players have to sign. Continue reading “The Miniature Spelljammer Part 2”
For anyone unfamiliar with the Spelljammer expansions, back in 1989 the writers of Advanced Dungeons and Dragons decided that a magical middle-earth fueled by the dreams of nerds and libraries of modules wasn’t expansive enough. So they took us to space.
Dungeons and Dragons…in space. Just let that sink in. Illiterate barbarians operating complex space-faring machinery. Sorcerers throwing fireballs into the dark depths of the cosmos. Bards no longer limited to creepily hitting on wenches from their home planet. It was beautiful, and it was ridiculous. Continue reading “Miniature Spelljammer – WIP”