Friday, November 20, 2015

Firestorm: Caen Turn 2b

This week saw the conclusion of Turn 2a in the online Firestorm: Caen campaign. In this post I will outline a brief recap of turn 2a. I will also post the battles for turn 2b. Turn 2 was split into two sections. Turn 1 had an extra battle to resolve at Sword Beach and an extra battle was triggered in Villers Bocage by the events in the Battle of Bayeux. You can see the battle outlines for Turn 2a here.

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Malifaux: Johan

In this post I will share some pictures of Johan the Steamfitter for Malifaux. Johan is a mercenary from The Outcasts faction but has a lot of synergy with the other M and SU models in Ramos' crew. This model is an individual plastic crew box. This sculpt is very interesting and was extremely enjoyable to paint. In this post I'll share some pictures of the finished model.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Firestorm Caen: Turn 2A

In this post I post the details for the first part of Turn 2 for the Firestorm: Caen campaign. Turn 1 saw a decisive Allied victory as Allied forces won victories in 3 out of 4 sectors. In Turn 2 the Allied forces are attacking into Bayeux while the German forces are launching a desperate assault on Sword Beach.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Firestorm Caen: Turn 1 Recap

The results are in! I have the results for Turn 1 of Firestorm and the City! Allied forces have landed on the beaches of Normandy and established beachheads on Gold, Juno, and Sword Beaches. Allied Airbourne troops at Breville have landed and disrupted German reinforcements. For this turn we had a total of 37 battles. Read on for the full results of turn 1 of the Firestorm: Caen online campaign.

Monday, November 9, 2015

Malifaux: Ramos

I am often paralyzed with painting models like these. Masters, Generals, Lords, Bosses, and other important models are often intimidating to me. I want them to be the best painted models in my force and I become afraid of making a mistake. This model is the epitome of this perfection paralysis for me. I was intimidated by the big areas of cloth and trying to make a fairly plain model stand out among a crew of steampunk cyborgs. Read on for some pictures of a fully painted Ramos.

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