Saturday, 23 November 2013

Other gamer's projects to keep an eye on:

I always get a juvenile excitement when I see new gamers take an interest in my games and start a new project. I get a similar joy watching my almost three year old son make me a fajita, but that is another story.

I've recently stumbled across a couple of new projects that are worth keeping an eye on.

The Song of Blades and Heroes friendface page was recently treated with a couple of shots of Keith Finn's 15-20mm scale city for Song of Shadows and Dust. A really simple but effective use of paper mache boxes bought from a craft store. I with I had thought of that.... Keith doesn't appear to have a blog of his own, but here are the photos for those who missed them on friendface.



Secondly, Paul of Paul's Bods has been posting up more pictures of his wonderful 1:72/20mm Roman city which would put a museum display to shame. I have previously shown off some of his work here - the 1:72 scale Roman civilians/Christians, and am delighted that he is talking of using Song of Shadows and Dust to play games in his city.



Thirdly, DoctorPhalanx is starting a 15mm Irregular Wars: Conflict at the World's End project that I think will be worth following. He has a nice wee blog HERE which is well worth a gander. The Doc plans on starting with a mixed pair of 16th century Irish and Royal English forces which is grand as that is where the whole game started. It also reminds me that I still need to fix up my own Royal English...
 

Lastly (and a bit of a late edit), Joshua over at Le Coq Fou has just posted a lovely update showcasing his Spanish Colonial and English Adventurer battles for Irregular Wars. Joshua's stuff is always very impressive and I attach a couple of taster shots below. I must find out where his little cannon came from....


2 comments:

  1. Many thanks for the plug - I'll have to go through with it now! You know some rules are going to be good just from reading them and I'm quite excited to get started.

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    1. Ah yes... my brilliant plan is obviously working.

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