Sunday, October 17, 2010

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Terrain - Crates part 3

I used a micropoint marker to draw on the texture. I added some highlights with a white pencil. I'll give it a wash and then paint up the base.

Terrain - Crates part 2

I've got all the crates block painted. Now I'll add some detail.

GZG - NAC Mortar Units

Now I've got some indirect fire to help out the infantry.

GZG - Cyclops Battlesuit Support Weapon

Here's a support battlesuit to go along with the 2 other suits I have.

Terrain - Crates part 1

I'm working on some sci-fi terrain pieces. These will be stacks of crates to use as barricades, cover etc. They are just wooden cubes I bought at the craft store. I'll paint them up and draw a texture on them.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Future War Commander

Here are some new pics of my FWC armies. The new Cyclops battlesuits from GZG, the new NAC from GZG, and the Greys from

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Future War Commander

Here are some GZG 15mm NAC I've been painting up for a FWC force. I've done some inking on the base itself to see how it would look. Left to right, gryphon sepia, devlan mud, and no ink.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Aeronef Part 2

I've cut out the layers of sheet styrene and started to glue them together to form the hulls. The carrier is ready for painting. I'll add a few more details to the destroyers, like masts, turrets and tail fins, then they'll be ready to paint as well.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Aeronef Part 1

I'm building my own Aeronefs to play Wessex Game's VSF ruleset. I used Autocad to create templates of layers, that when stacked together, will form a basic hull shape. Then I'll just add some details like masts and smoke stacks, paint it up and have a fleet. I built a few of these in cardboard, but they are too delicate to handle, so I'll build some more out of sheet styrene.

Formula D

I'm a big F1 race fan. I love racing games like Speed Circuit and Formula D. I was looking for some better looking game pieces for these games and couldn't find any that weren't OOP. I figured I'd make my own. Here it is. Now I need to make up a few more and send them off to the molder.

Day Zero

I've started this blog to keep track of all the miniature projects I've got going. This is the first post.