Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Updates for Lead Addict

I have put up some updates for the lead addict blog.
First my Winter Project List - a very much more realistic stab at this one for 09/10 than last years.
Winter 09/10 Project List
0. Redo The Closet of Doom
1. 28mm D&D Heroes (2-3 dozen)
2. 28mm Dungeon Denizens (about 100 mixed)
3. Board mount SkeletonKey Games tiles
4. 15mm Sci Fi
5. Rebase 15mm Fantasy for Battle Lore
6. Make Ground Cloth and terrain for 15mm Fantasy
7. Build Litko ITS towers
8. Build Base for ITS Towers
9. Paint 4-5 Warbands for Mutants and DeathRay Guns
10. Paint 28mm Hudson and Allen Buildings
11. Finish Post Apoc rubble Buildings
12. Start Wralord or Arthur Armies inspired by Bernard Cornwell
A quick project for my new industrial tower system I got from santa. Hello Mutants and Death Ray Guns.
A quick shot of my D&D figs, more to come.

And a sneak peak at the addict's post apocalypse rubbled buildings.

Click the link for the goodness.
Happy painting, building and gaming --Ken

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Pikes forward!

Here's a stand of shot I put together. This has always been my favorite period, don't no why I haven't spent more time on it. These boys need some firepower...

Monday, December 14, 2009

Thursday night GASLIGHT

With the holidays coming up, its been tough getting enough of the Basement Generals together for a game. But, last Thursday, 3 braved the cold, and that was enough to cobble together a quick game of GASLIGHT. No scenario, just a brawl between a German/Prof. Nightshade faction and an Anglo-Franco-Russian force.
At first, it looked like bad for the Germans as the French took out the much feared Killenkanner on the first shot of the game. But then, things quickly went south. Professor Nightshade's mechanical minions clattered forth, ignoring any losses thrown their way. In a fire-fight with their human enemies, they decimated the British and Russian soldiers. When the Brits finally got their "Red Knights" into action, they were taken out quickly by Nightshades Killbots.
I managed a few snaps of the action.

Friday, December 4, 2009

Thursday Blood Bowl

Last night's Thursday game was part of the Blood Bowl League. The Maulers (my team) were handed their first defeat of the season by an 8-year-old (my son). Not just any defeat but a 3-0 loss involving most of the Maulers dead or injured thanks to a pitch invasion.
On the other field, the No-Name Nasties finally got their head wrapped around the game and beat the the One-Eyed-jacks 3-1. To be fair to the Jacks, they were down a few men and lost the use of their star player before the game started to a Dirty Trick.
I'm copying this on the Basement Generals blog also.