The downside to batch painting is that it looks as if you're not doing much. I have a magnetic board with 30 odd miniatures on it, that I am painting in batch mode: All the base colours are painted in series, and it isn't until the miniatures are almost finished that I start taking them aside one by one to finish up the highlights and washes, details and so on. So here is the current board:
The next batches are more troop-y: a bunch of Lunars, Dara Happan, Yelmalians, clan militia, slingers, archers, villagers, nobles, and so on.
woensdag 29 juni 2011
donderdag 23 juni 2011
zondag 19 juni 2011
Scotia have a lot of great stuff for RPG playing, and I have already some new stuff on the wishlist, including bedrolls and campfire for those nightly surprise attacks!
donderdag 9 juni 2011
dinsdag 7 juni 2011
maandag 6 juni 2011
zaterdag 4 juni 2011
As so often when one meticulously crafts a nice character sheet, it isn't until you actually start generating characters for new players that you realize you completely forgot a melee skill table. I took the opportunity to improve some other stuff as well, minor esthetic stuff mainly, but I also added a space to keep track of hero points, improvement rolls, heroic abilities, and spirits and matrixes / enchantments.
I created a dropbox account so I can put the stuff online.
Here is version 2 of the character sheet (same filename!)
Here is a character generator aid, mind you, it's very much limited to the Colymar, so no primitives, and not all professions are available. IF you want the editable file in Open Office format, drop me a line.