WIP terrain and miniatures.
Another WIP terrain and miniatures.
Good ol rusty look. Those Nightmares must have been through hell.
grey-rusty-silver, uh, aged bone, classic metal, dark grey but I wasn't satisfied, so,
"Good ol' rusty look." it turned-out to be and it was fun doing it but as-I-mentioned they're still very much WIP as I think I'll carefully add a wee bit more grey? And, I've done more work on those terrain pieces and you can see it if you go to STALINGRAD, GAMEPLAY GUIDES + TIPS,
Squads for Stalingrad, also, you can see some cardboard counters for Stalingrad that I've been messing around with too.
Gearing up for GhengisCon
Nice, Jeff! I like 'em all, especially, the orange-brown Commandos!
1993 Pioneer Paladin PBA FRONT
1993 Pioneer Paladin PBA BACK
"Sneak peek at the Paladin PBA for Legions of Steel 2nd Edition. 100 years has passed since PatentStorm and armour has changed over time." RAYBOX
"The Raybox Map Tile System are coming along very well. Here is one of the Legions of Steel scenarios featuring the updated map tiles." RAYBOX
I know we've all received the above images in our newsletters, nevertheless, I thought they were too cool and inspiring not to post here. I really like the vintage Pioneer Paladin Powered Body Armour, the new 100 years later Paladin PBA artwork is fantastic and the tiles are looking interesting and atmospheric! Cool.
If the decision was ever made to release stand-alone tilesets, I bet there would be a lot of interest from sci-fi gamers across the board to pick them up. I could easily see people using them for other tabletop wargames or RPGs.
I do plan to release them on thier own for sure. As early as April if all goes well, prereleasing the game itself.
Finialized Paladin Armour 2nd Edition. I like it!
It will look even better once we get it into poses which is what we are working on now
What type of poses are you thinking about, Marco?
WIP of sergeant in Paladin Aromour 2nd Edition. I quite like it!
Nevertheless, I do think he'd look truly epic if he was shorter than the other Commandos, had curly hair, chubby cheeks and feet that were slightly bigger than the other Commandos, plus, a dagger. AND, he was available as a clear resin version that was wearing a ring.
The Sergeant is definitely a solid sculpt. The armour looks rugged and functional - but perhaps most importantly, the Blaster Rifle really stands out and has a very unique design.
In fact, the more I think of it, the more I believe that of all aspects of design within the game, it seems that the aesthetics of the weapons have the most potential to stand-out and look original. I’m really looking forward to seeing what’s next!
I like the look of the Master Set of miniatures pictured in today's newsletter and I will absolutely for sure buy a set...perhaps, more than 1 set...
I've printed a couple of new LOS tiles and doors on cardstock and I'm just about to glue the cardstock to more cardstock from my recycling bin for durability.
A new LOS tile and door.
These look great. Thanks for sharing. Please share on the Facebook page, or if you prefer, I can share them.
Marco, you're welcome to share on thee ugly faced book if you like...
The clear plastic card stands come from eM4 Miniatures:
Marco, in regards to the new tiles PDF, I think a single page of doors would be helpful?
I can do that. I designed it the current way to save on paper or label paper if people were using that
The current design is excellent, Marco, nevertheless, I think a page with doors might be useful if a person was missing doors etc., plus, I'm also coming from a self interested perspective in that it's simply soming I'd like!
I will set it up soon.