Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Monday, November 13, 2017

Dracula's America: The Congregation

I've been a bit hooked on the new Dracula's America game recently. Here is my first posse, the Congregation, voodoo guerrillas fighting the Dark Confederacy and all other villains!











Plus a few critters and villains:


Much, much more to come!

Friday, August 4, 2017

Kung Fu Fighting!

My Drunken Apprentice, the first mini I painted from the Kung Fu Miniatures KS from Atomico!
Hope you like him, as there are many more to come!


Tuesday, May 9, 2017

China Town

One model away from finished!




Finally! 10 years+ in the making...

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Return of the Son of the Disciples of the...

Fistful Of Kung Fu!!!


Some WIP shots of my Wing Kong faction, purchased from a fellow LAFer who abandoned his project (much like I did, once!) Plus a scale shot of my beloved China Town minis. I'm really excited to get back into the game. Now to save my $$ and get some of those lovely Knights of Dice China Town buildings... The dream board is the attack on the Funeral of Lem Lee in the alley in Big Trouble in Little China, of course!
May the wings of Liberty never lose a feather!

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Frostgrave Campaigns and a Contest

My first Frostgrave campaign just ended with the defeat of my Simians


at the hands of the evil Necromancer and his shoddy henchmen. The apes were driven from the  jungle city of their ancestors along with the tribe of primitive humans who had come to occupy it when the Necromancer's thugs opened a portal and allowed thousands of dead to flow through, overwhelming any resistance. Their ancient temples were defiled, and the stones used to build terrible temples to evil. Cloud Walker and his remaining troops fled into the deepest jungle to lick their wounds and plot revenge.
Now, Campaign 2! I'll be mustering a Norse warband, mostly old Citadel, to do battle with an enemy summoner. Really having a fun time with the game, as my gaming buddy and I have gotten really into the narrative side of things. He has done a ton of work, both in fluff and the spectacular scenery he builds for us to play on.

Now I have some painting to do! And just in time, a contest over at
http://jacksarge.blogspot.com.au/2017/03/competition-time-win-copy-of-painting.html

Maybe I can win, and get a few useful tips outta the book! JackSarge is a damn fine painter, so there is plenty to "borrow" right from his site. Wish me luck!