Alright, time to get back to being serious about this. I apologize to all the bloggers that I got frustrated with when I was only a reader for taking long breaks. When I started this blog, I thought I’d hit … Continue reading Core Space: Unboxing
So, I had three games played complete with photos (including the image above of my cat biting a gang member). Turns out, I had not backed these up before my laptop died… I’m not sure what to do. I could … Continue reading Five Parsecs Crossroads
Well, I have done the very thing I did not want to do and that is go radio silent for a while due to personal stuff. In all honesty, a weekly post does not sound like a lot to do, … Continue reading They Come For Us All….
The above is a capture from my laptop this past week. That mixed with Mother’s Day and a very busy work schedule has resulted in me missing my weekly scheduled post. I hope to be back Sunday with some actual … Continue reading Technical Problems
Exciting news first, I got my Kickstarter box of Core Space in this past week. I’ve been taking lots of unboxing pictures, have read the rule book, and primed all the miniatures. I hope to do either one big unboxing … Continue reading MDF Terrain: Paxton Freight Trucks Build Review
I have never built anything from an MDF kit before, but when I saw the pre-order for Impudent Mortal’s Rylos Space Station (mostly the big cargo ship with a playable interior), I decided to give it a go. I purchased … Continue reading MDF Terrain: Rylos Arctec TL-42 Build Review
I spent all yesterday with my family and did not make time to post on the blog. I hope you all had a great Easter (if you celebrate) or just a great Sunday. I am pretty deep into my MDF … Continue reading Happy Belated Easter!
I purposefully avoided making playable interiors in my first batch, but the idea has kept creeping back into my mind. To prepare myself, I took two quick stabs at the idea during my big terrain build. You can see both … Continue reading Wargame Terrain: Dabbling With Interior Spaces
I have always had this desire for billboards in my games. Perhaps it is that advertising is so prominent in our everyday lives that its absence just makes a tabletop game feel less alive. I also think those ads give … Continue reading Wargame Terrain: Billboards
Every good industrial terrain set just is not complete without some big rusty pipeline running through it. So, for my sci fi game I knew that a handful of these pieces would come in handy. If you have ever tried … Continue reading Wargame Terrain: Cheap Pipe Terrain