Monday, 30 March 2020

Modular Tavern from Printable Scenery

Corehaven is a series of modular walls, floors, roofs etc. for building fantasy buildings, even though they could pass for historical ones also.
This is the Tavern, made from pieces from the following sets: Clorehaven Roofs, Rustic Stone Floors, Rustic Stone and Wood Stairs, Rustic Wooden Floors, Schist Walls, Tudor Walls and Wooden Balcony Walls.
It’s real easy to assemble and disassemble, using the OpenLock system. Great stuff when you have a D&D adventure, or anything like that, and want to build a specific building or two. There are lots of pieces to choose from in the Clorehaven series, and you are sure to be able to build most everything.
I’m letting the printer spit out different pieces now, so I can do just that.

Disclamer – I’m affiliated with Printable Scenery, which means that if you go to their site via the links above and buy anything, then I will get a very modest kickback. Whatever I get will obviously be used for gaming stuff J

Saturday, 28 March 2020

Some ships and a submarine or two

Here are a couple of 3D-printed ships and boats from 3D-Print-Terrain.
 Their models are scaled for 20mm gaming but I upscale them to 130% to fit my 28mm games.
That periscope is seriously to big, but I let it be for now. I might change it later, if I'm going to use the sub form ore than a scenario or two
Finally Proteus, a free download from Thingiverse. That will be used as an evil overlord's get-away in a pulp game.

Monday, 23 March 2020

Paddle Steamer

Here’s a large piece for a Pulp Alley game. I just have to paint some small pieces to get that on the table.
It will work in an Old West setting also, I’m thinking a shoot-out on a limited space.
It’s 3D-printed and the files come from 3D-Print-Terrain and their ACW-kickstarter from a while back.
I had to fix the stl-files to get something printable, as there were some faults in the files and the paddle-wheel were not very good as it was. That I had to de-construct and modify a bit. Turned out well enough in the end.
I'm thinking about printing one of the even bigger paddle-wheelers for a truly spectacular Wild West shoot-out.

Saturday, 21 March 2020

More painted figures

A bunch more figures finished the last month or so.
Muslim and Ottoman Civilians from Perry Miniatures
Istanbul Constabulary from Pulp Figures
A monster from Reaper, two Hybrid Deep Ones from RAFM and three Servants of the Deep from Cthulhu: Death May Die
A horse from Wizkids, two Wild West hobos from Black Scorpion and two 3D-printed seals from EC3D.
Gnolls from North Star
Now I'm finishing and painting a lot of all that 3D-printed stuff. More on that soon.

Sunday, 16 February 2020

Painters block seem to have been truly gone

The painting low I had this autumn seem to be gone (for good?), as I have cranked out a lot of minis the last month.
First these gangers for use in our club campaign of Street Wars. They are the Black Cobras gang from the same manufacturer, and has seen two battles so far. 
First game. The Black Cobras take on the Mollies, while trying to mug some pesky civilians. 
A Mollie lookout

The uncultured and rather racist Devil Outcasts join the fun. For the Black Cobras this turned into a two-front war, which you usually don't win. 
The cops stop eating donoughts and make an appearance. A Mollie is arrested, to the general merriment of two players.
The first was, ahem, a learning game for the gang (see above), but the second fight showed which gang of the four in that fight was the mightiest (the last roll of the last turn saw the Black Cobras go from a last place to the first. Truly heroic wasting of a knocked out enemy leader…)
Next we have some savages. The first two are Forest tribe women from Heroes of the Dark Age. Fantastic resin-figures but rather small at around 25 mm.
Then we have two taller heroes from Shadows of Brimstone, made of a horrible resin. In the background a portal from the same game, and a 3D-printed Kraken Idol from EC3D.
Last but not least is this rather diverse bunch. A serving woman from Wizkids, then a 3D-printed penguin from EC3D, a centaur (the best on the market in my opinion) from Heresy Miniatures, a 3D-printed zombie (I don’t remember the make, but I’m not too happy with it. Will have a higher resolution next time) and finally two giant rats from Reaper.
That’s it for now. Got a dozen or so Arabs nearly finished and lots more in the queue, both figures and buildings.

Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Cargo Supplies from Bad Squiddo

Here we have Cargo Supplies from Bad Squiddo Miniatures’ own range of scenics. An excellent set that will work equally well in fantasy and pulp. I see the items used both in my pulp harbour and in the equally pulpy desert town.
One piece, the cloth with fruit and whatnot, come from Sally 4th’s The Souk – Props set.
Great stuff all!

Sunday, 12 January 2020

OpenLOCK stone walls and a fence

Just painted these modular walls from Printable Scenery.
They are made for the OpenLOCK system, and click into each other easily with clips. They are just as easily disassembled.
These are from Stone Walls set, and give you a huge variety of pieces to build whatever walls you’d like.
If a rickety old fence is more your thing, then these ones, from the Ye Old Fence set might be something for you.
Excellent pieces, as always with Printable Scenery.