Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Post Apoc Fortress 2



I've finished my current bits of fortress, but I'm planning on making a few other bits, and probably expanding it into a full post-apoc/vaguely-futuristic town. I've also finished all my jet bikes now, and finished my jet bike racing game to go with them. I'm actually very pleased with it, and should be making a pdf of it, soon. I will be running it at the Reveille convention in Bristol on Sunday.









Sunday, 12 November 2017

Post Apoc Fortress WIP



Finished a couple more jet bikes. And, having done a sort of post-apoc jet bike shop, and painted a few post-apoc minis recently, I felt the urge to make a post-apoc town. So far have just done mad max style fortress walls, etc. But they should be a decent basis for adding some more dedicated buildings for a post-apoc town.




















Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Ramshackle Jet Bikes 4



Finished the first bit of scenery for my vaguely post-apoc jet bike table. I feel like these bikes are more near-future and dirty than far-future and clean, although I've never had much desire to build a load of post-apoc stuff.








Reveille



So our convention is coming up. Check it out if you're fairly local to Bristol. It's a small but perfectly formed local wargaming convention with traders, private sellers, participation games, and stuff.

http://www.bristolwargaming.co.uk/reveille.html

Friday, 3 November 2017

Ramshackle Jet Bikes 3



Have done some more jet bikes. I've also started a sort of jet bike dealership building for terrain. I will probably do some more messy sci-fi post-apoc type terrain to go with it.

I have also done some rules for jet bike racing, and am very pleased with how they run. I will be running a game at Reveille II convention (in Bristol) on Nov 26th, if anyone fancies a game. Reveille is our club's annual convention. It's small but very good.













Sunday, 29 October 2017

Ramshackle Jet Bikes 2



Been working on the jet bikes. They're really fun to build and paint. You really get a huge range of possible configurations from the components available.

My son painted one of his. He hasn't painted a single mini since the famous pink and orange orc incident when he was three. So it's a bit annoying that you can't really tell which one he did.