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By Doug Sundseth
The creator of the Goblins internet comic strip is trying to fund an animated version of the story. If you're not following it, you might want to check it out. (Unfortunately, the comic site sells merch, so no link.)
Note: I added the link as just an ordinary link because I can never follow the embedded version. It might just be me, but if it's not, I got your back, buddy.
NEW Bantam Alley is a project for everyone that loves beautiful, really fine details in wargaming projects. Is for all novice and advanced: gamers, miniature painters, terrain makers, dioramas builders, modelers, collectors and other hobbyists.
This is post-apocalyptic city 28-32mm scale elements. Finest details, handmade resin casts scatter scenery terrain, prototypes build from scratch and bits elements made from 3d prints original models. Our details are designed and created by us in the small but professional workshop.
Note! that all products packshots are photos, not a computer renders.
Epic, unique designs terrain and bits Up to 0,0025cm 3D detail level Fine quality handmade resin casts Elements like this is not available on the market Created by enthusiasts for enthusiasts Only your imagination is limit to use them Resin bits casts come unpainted. Scatter scenery unpainted or painted, as you wish. Your elements casts will arrive in collective box design. It will be made out of eco-friendly cardboard but we hope it will last longer and be your chest for goodies.
All will be a cool supplement for your wargame universe, homemade terrain, diorams, tactical objectives, miniature bases and much much more. Definitely fits to: Zombicide, The Walking Dead, Necromunda, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, Warhammer 40K, Warzone, Batman Miniature Game and many other systems.
We are StudioLevel and we believe that your wargaming & miniature painting hobbies can be taken to the next level. We make our products superbly designed. We create terrains and bits. We are friends!
Sebastian - project warboss :D, creative freelance wargaming terrain designer and maker. His work is his hobby. Miniatures collector. Painting and converting lover. Occasionally gamer.
Tomek - 3D generalist freelancer, movie maker and nature photography enthusiast with a unuttered passion to create new worlds and learn new things.
We are completing each other ways of creating. One perfectionist artist, very passionate and technician, very focused and calm, although we are both punctilious and have keen eyes to details.
So before you start scrolling and find out what we prepared for you check many good opinions from selected masterminds of the wargaming world and hear what they have to say about it on the occasion first funding unsuccessfull KS campaign ;)
Machine Guns mounted on Mechanical Steam Horses - Specialist field unit of the COG Division within the Household Cavalry.
I always found deserts to be fascinating habitats. A cursory look will leave you with the impression that it is hell on earth: sandstorms, unbearable heat during the day and freezing at nighttime. Yet, the desert is not only home to thousands of plant and animal species, it also has a simple beauty to it, dominated by the shapes the wind forms. They are thus a worthy subject for the modeler and can provide an atmospheric backdrop for our games. The exploits of the Crusaders come to mind as well as the cultures inhabiting Northern Africa, for instance the ancient Numidians.
I made a number of arid terrain pieces, but this time I will show you two desert lakes or oases that are slowly drying out. Using a similar technique I also built a partially dry river bed, with only a small stream of water remaining. I will provide you with short step-by-step instructions how to make a cracked lake or river bed, but if you want to know more you can also check out a longer tutorial on my blog (given this is not a full tutorial here I put it in the show off section).
The build is pretty straight forward:
1. First we use XPS or foam board to define the lake bed.
2. We apply the crackle paste.
3. We cover everything with filler or modelling paste
4. We embed the magnets/steel tacks.
5. We add sand and animal tracks.
6. We apply a basecoat and drybrush.
7. We add some brushes and a water effect.
8. We make the barren tree and add it as a final touch.
A more detailed how-to can be found on DaggerAndBrush:
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