Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Funland Food Stalls

The final pieces for my pulp carnival is ready; two food stalls from Red Beam Designs (that is sold off to Warcradle Studios).
MDF and cardboard buildings that goes together really well and paint up just as good.
The Carnival is set up for a game of Pulp Alley. More on that game soon.

Sunday, 6 May 2018

Crowdfunding Watch – 3D-printing – 4 new terrain kickstarters

Here's the latest crop of 3D-printing kickstarters.
The title doesn’t say it all, as this kickstarter doesn’t stop with an outpost, there is also a tile system and very neat stackable buildings.
My favourite of this set is without doubt the stackable buildings, where I see a ton of uses. A great concept where you build floor after floor and connect it together to get truly individual buildings. Fantastic stuff!
I think the campaign would benefit if there was a possibility to back just one part instead of going all-in.
This KS ends on May 30, 2018

Here we have scans of physical models turned into files for your printer.
It’s a diverse set of buildings, trees and whatnot.
A nice concept and some very useful pieces of terrain.
This KS ends on May 18, 2018

Trees, rocks and ruins, by themselves or as a bundle.
The ruins are my favourites. They look really good and you can never have too many ruins.
If you choose the bundle you’ll get a great looking ruined tower. Really nice!
This KS ends on May 27, 2018

Finally a very affordable micro-campaign.
A bunch of tomb-stones, either as stl-files or as physical objects.
This KS ends on May 10, 2018.

All photos, renders and illustrations © Game Scape 3D, Falkenwelt Modellbau, Fabio and Medusa miniatures respectively, and used with permission.

Friday, 4 May 2018

Circus stands and wagons

More stuff for the pulp carnival from Plast Craft Games and their Malifaux range.
These two booths are from the Circus Stand Set.
Four wagons from the Circus Wagon Set.
All sets are prepainted made from PVC and go together easily with superglue. They could be used as is but that will leave very prominent white edges, so I camouflaged those with appropriate paints. Worked rather well, I think, especially if you are half a meter off during a game.
The backs of the printed parts are also stark white, and where necessary, inside the booths and at the back of the wagon ornaments, I gave those some paint to make them blend in better.
Comparison between Sarissa's Gypsy Caravan and Circus Wagon
Nice pieces, but a bit large, especially the booths.

Thursday, 3 May 2018

Caravans from Sarissa

The Circus/Carnival nears completion (well, it will obviously never be complete, but it nears playability) with these two wagons, a Ledge Type Gypsy Caravan and a Bow Top Gypsy Caravan from Sarissa’s Gaslamp Alley range.
Both are MDF and cardboard sets and goes together really well.
Really like them. I’ve got rather fond of Sarissa’s kits, as they have yet to disappoint me.
Fun to paint in all these garish colours, but I will soon go back to my Vikings and dull, dull, dull J

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

April – Miniatures Tally

April has been a rather quiet month. Dead quiet the first three weeks and then a modelling rush during the last one (as you might have noticed from the updates). A few minis painted, a few bought and nothing sold.
April summed up:
Total: - 12

I just bought one 1/72 scale gun and four 28mm pulp figures. They are still in the mail, but I look forward to them, as at least two of the figures will hit the painting table fast. What are they, I hear you ask. Armed nuns!
Total: 5

Sold or given away:
Total: - 0

Bought:              64
Painted:            -55
Sale:              -129
Total:            - 120

Monday, 30 April 2018

SAGA: first Viking archers

I had a game of SAGA II at the club a while ago. Such a good game! So good, in fact, that I bought the rules and a Viking warband.
These are the first painted ones, half a unit of Levies from Gripping Beast, sculpted by Bob Naismith.
I used heads from another set to get some variability. The one to the right looks like an old veteran commanding the others.
I’m really concentrating on producing these as fast as possible and still enjoy painting them. So I just block paint and wash. Turned out well enough.

Friday, 27 April 2018

Rise of Moloch – Killer Clowns

These are really disturbing. What is it with clowns that make them so creepy? I mean, clowns are creepy as they are, but these… Yuck!
They are part of the evil faction in Rise of Moloch, obviously, and really well done. How can you not like killer midget clowns?
There are like five each of the normal ones and 10 of the stretch-goal cyclers. I will of course need them for the game, but also for my little Pulp carnival. I need lots there J
These first ones were fun to paint, as it isn’t every day I use all these gaudy colours. The rest will hit the painting table rather soon.
I guess this is what they usually do...
Great fun, these!

Thursday, 26 April 2018

A journalist from RAFM

Barry Holt – Journalist from RAFM and their Cthulhu range.
He’ll probably see pulp-action as a NPC, maybe writing about the adventures of the CSSS.

Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Rise of Moloch – Hammersmiths

Hammersmiths - an Agent from the Rise of Moloch game. 
A fantastic mini full of character and rather creepy, as all Agents in that game.
She (they?) will probably see first use in my Pulp Alley amusement park.

Famous last words: "Howdy, ma'am! My, you're big!"

Monday, 23 April 2018

Ticket Booth and Fortune Teller from Red Beam Designs

Here are the latest additions to my pulp amusement park/carnival.
Two small MDF booths from Red Beam Designs (which is sold to Warcradle Studios) and their Funlands range. Excellent stuff, easily painted and looks great.
There are more stuff from the same company on the painting table.

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Crowdfunding Watch – 3D-printing – SF x 2

This week will give you two new kickstarters that complement each other rather well.
If you like OpenLOCK (who doesn’t?) and want to build yourself the insides of a starship then this might be for you.
You can have either clean, smooth-looking walls or more engineering style walls that you expect deep down in the innards of a big freighter.
On top of that some smaller space-craft, machinery and whatnot.
The kickstarters moves along well and have several stretch goals unlocked so far.
Definitely worth a look if you want your space-pirates to have something to loot.

You need something to explore when your spaceship has landed at a moon-base, and here you’ll find just that.
Lot of high-tech structures to fill your base or outpost. They are very much future-looking and would work well in 28mm scale or shrunk to 6mm for your BattleTech fights. Everything in between works equally well.
Really nice-looking pieces that would make any table-top proud. Check them out.

All photos, renders and illustrations © 2nd Dynasty and Project Mobius, and used with permission.