|Socializing in and around the Grey Dog Inn|
zondag 28 augustus 2011
dinsdag 23 augustus 2011
donderdag 18 augustus 2011
maandag 15 augustus 2011
|Brave adventurers wielding axes. In front, some Orlanthi Alynxes|
|Yellow Polystyrene, a stump pencil, some black acryl, and a ruler.|
zondag 14 augustus 2011
Gamers are a weird breed, and the ones at HQ even more so. Someone came up with the idea of organizing a 24 hour non-stop gaming session, and behold, a small dozen of gaming geeks responded to the call. From 9 AM, our gamers played a succession of boardgames, and we went over to support such brave behaviour, although we had no intention of doing a 24 hour tour ourselves.
donderdag 11 augustus 2011
|The Red Emperor, demigod son of the Red Goddess|
|The commander of the Dara Happan Imperial Bodyguard|
|The best sword, the best poet, the most beautiful and dangerous: Jar-Eel the Razoress|
dinsdag 9 augustus 2011
I'm a firm proponent of visual clues when Role Playing. The player's imagination can and must be stimulated, but I prefer to have control over the look of the scenes I tell about. Then the player can use his imagination on just about everything else in the story. I just like to have a common starting point for my story, so I make a few houses and other buildings, and in this case I am working on the interior of what I believe will become a key building in my campaign: the Grey Dog Inn.
vrijdag 5 augustus 2011
Another batch of miniatures, mostly from former L&L, now Armorcast, finally got painted and based properly, so here they are:
|Kallyr Starbrow, the leader of the Sartar Revolt and heir to Sartar.|
|A lunar Warrior|
|A healer of the Esvulari|
donderdag 4 augustus 2011
The holidays have started, and I since we are not going abroad I am having a lot of free time that I can spend on clearing some of the waiting projects on my workbench. Today I finished a part of the Lance and Laser (mainly) miniatures I have been painting for RuneQuest. One thing I learned is that painting several miniatures at once is a good thing, but doing batches of 50 numbs the brain. I finally got through these, and I can now start on the other 90 or so I have still lined up for RQ. But I'll be doing those in smaller batches, 8 to 10 at most, in order not to make it a drag.