Friday, 14 January 2022
Friday, 24 December 2021
Thursday, 3 June 2021
With the release of the Escher House of Blades book, it quickly became apparent that I would need to redesign my gang (as would Rob with his Goliaths). After several play testing sessions to get a reasonable balance between the gangs we both settled on gangs that we thought were interesting and fun to play with and against.
Here's what happened to the Voodoo Dolls...
Sunday, 30 May 2021
I've been working on some civilians to help populate our corner of the Underhive, affectionately known as Rockridge to those of you new to the Blog. I say 'working on' but I built them around 18 months ago and they've sat around waiting (im)patiently for some paint...blush.
Saturday, 15 May 2021
My last post titled 'Necromunda Rises' has been deleted by the Google Blogger Team. Unfortunately there appears to be no way to contact them to find out what the exact problem was, so I thought I would share the contents of the email that I received in the hopes of discovering what I've done wrong and hopefully one of you fine readers can enlighten me.
Sunday, 7 March 2021
Quite a while ago, Rob brought round a box of 'Old Skool' Necromunda bulkheads with hopes that I'd come up with a way to use them....turns out he had 54 of the buggers! After scratching my head for a while, The box was stuffed away in my bits room (yes it really has grown from a bits box to a bits room) to gather dust.
During Lockdown I was thinking of a way to add more variety to our corner of the Underhive and the idea of platforms or risers to vary the ground level popped into my head. I searched online for something suitable to use and, being the useless git that I am when using a computer, found nothing. The idea seemed dead before it had even started! Fortunately, I'm a lot better at finding things in my bits room than I am online. Bulkheads! They would make the ideal risers to vary the height.....
Friday, 29 January 2021
As I mentioned in my previous post I wasn't entirely happy with the backdrop I created. It looked fine as a stand alone piece and it worked for photographing single models but it distracted the eye too much when photographing full gangs.
Here's the latest version....