Painting Update (part 2) 25/11/2016

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So with the boys finished(ish) and a little time to spare, I thought I would have a go at making a decent display board/tray to carry them around the event with.  I had originally got hold of a plastic ikea tray for the purpose of carrying them around, but it looked a bit naff and they slid everywhere.  I then go hold of an old cork notice board with the intention of removing the cork and adding it to the plastic tray to add a bit of grip.

With the luxury of time on my hands though, I decided to try and take it up a notch and do a simple texture layout for the army to sit on.  Nothing complex or too ambitious, just something to make it look like I made an effort  The bear minimum of course, but an effort none the less!

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Creative Twilight Roundup – October

Another round up of my articles over on Creative Twilight.  As promised, a  better effort this month has seen me bang out a mighty four articles! Mwahahahah!  Eat your heart out BoLS!

OK, so not really that impressive as this is pretty much the minimum target I set myself of one per week (approximately) and this is the first time I have managed to hit that target.  Still, better than nothing, here’s what’s on offer this month:

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October 1st: Mr. Fluffy Goes to Tourney Town Pt. 5 – Legion of the Damned

October 7th:  October White Dwarf Review

October 13th:  Whats the Time Mr. Wolf? Feeding time!’ Tau Empire vs Champions of Fenris

October 28th:  Hemera’s End – A 40K Campaign League

As usual I would highly recommend popping over and have a quick read, there is plenty on the site for gamers and hobbyists alike.  Enjoy!

Hemera’s End – A 40K Campaign League

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Sometime last year, I raised the idea of setting up a regular ‘league’ at my FLGS here in Hong Kong.  There are many regular gamers here, representing the whole spectrum of power levels from the WAACineers to the Fluff Bunnies, and everywhere in between.  To my surprise, there was no interest in a plain old league. Absolutely none.  The main reason for this was that leagues were a bit boring.  What people really wanted was a ‘Campaign League’ – something with a bit of narrative that they could sink their teeth into.

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