I find sculpting alien bases a bit therapeutic. I've done over 25 designs for my fledgling company, Krakon Games.
Here's a handy little tutorial showing how I go about it.
First, select a base.
Then roll some putty - enough to cover the surface of the base with about 2mm of thickness.
Wet your thumb and slowly push the putty into the base, right up to the edges.
Neil of Orange here with a write up of my successful Malifaux event from 22/03/2014.
I was looking forward to this event as the first one since wave 2 had been made official - a lot more models were now available for my players to use. This was however tinged by some sadness as it marks the last event I will be running in the 7th Heaven Games shop as soon they will be closing. The club will continue in a new venue and I'll be looking to host events if enough interest continues, but its very unfortunate to lose an independent game shop.
I will start by announcing I purchased an Imperial Knight. At £65, this would have required at least 6 games of 40k to be played. However, I am selling my Eldar Revenant Titan for £150, so the "purchase" was budget neutral.
Try as I might to link new players to guides and introductions, they always seem to ask a question I cannot quickly answer. So in an attempt to create a few guide articles, the first will be a catalogue of masters.
Before I delve in, I would like to bring your attention to a fantastic set of articles posted by GMorts. He is working his way through unboxing every Malifaux crew set and has written oodles of Malifaux tutorials.
Hi, Neil of Orange here,
After getting on with some fire painting in my last post I was in the mood to do some more. I dug out my Malifaux Death Marshalls that have been patiently waiting for their moment on the painting table. I say waiting on the table, but really these guys are precariously balanced and spent a lot of time tumbling on to the floor. Transporting them is going to be fun I can already tell.
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