While 2016 may have been a washout for just about everything else in the world, it's actually been pretty good as far as miniatures games go. I've been having a ball, at least.
Fantasy Flight announced its new Runewars miniatures game this year, and I was commissioned to produce some terrain for demo games and photography. I'm really looking forward to see how the game develops.
Just a quick post this week to look at some of my recent projects:
I was playing around with my Skull Forge Scenic shrines to use as basing elements. This one is a reworked master with unique cracks and damage, and a dirt base with some skulls. It will fit on a 50mm square base or a 60mm round base. Perfect as a perch for a smaller monster or as a basing element on a larger monster base.
I had posted a blog entry about my Skaven Siege equipment back in 2014 (which you can see here), but I just came across an old disk containing the WIP pictures of the siege towers, so this is a good opportunity to show them off.
Blood Bowl was the first miniatures game I had ever played, back when I didn't even know what "Games Workshop" was. I've always loved this game, and now that the newest edition of Blood Bowl is out, I didn't hesitate to pick up my copy. Here's a look at some of the components in the box set. I haven't gotten through the rules yet, but it looks like it plays mostly the same with minor variations.