Category: Modeling

Turning characters into miniatures

TheGM: Over the past year, I’ve created two characters inspired by the comments and input of two followers of this humble narrative campaign: • Lecia Athena (alias “Ath”)—A freedom fighter (or traitor if you’re Imperial authorities) who is working with the Tau to overturn Imperial rule on the […]

New mutant units for Morkai

TheGM: This summer, I added a lot more combat units  to the Imperial and mutant armies that are fighting on the desert world of Morkai. In fact, I’ve more than doubled the point size of each army. I thought I’d share some of my work on the mutants, […]

Shorehammer Report: A terrain cargo box

Although I haven’t written much about my preparations for  the Shorehammer Convention later this year, I’ve been pretty busy building terrain, painting figures and—tah dah!—a new cargo box to make transporting my convention games a tad easier. It’s called my Shorehammer Cargo Crate. Some time ago, I reported […]

A story of frustration: Making desert terrain

TheGM: Most blogs about terrain-building are how-to articles . . . or visual celebrations of a hobbyist finishing a terrain project. Not this time. My story is about frustration—and no small number of setbacks. Much of the fault lies with myself. I am overly ambitious at times, and […]