I’m keen to get my kids into gaming and modelling (opponents for the future as well as some useful life skills). Here is my son James’ work on the painting table. He painted this on his own except for the eyes which I helped with. The model is a Hobbit blind bag about 60mm tall. My thought was that this was good starter model because it is bigger than 30mm models. They are also reasonably cheap at about a pound a go….
We also made a Revell Star Wars kit of a Tie fighter cos who doesn’t love Star Wars. James needed a bit more help here as it is pretty fiddly to build but great fun on a rainy Saturday in April.
IHMN is a year old now and is a fantastic Steampunk skirmish game. I’ve painted up two factions, the Servants of Ra….
And the a Society of Thule…
And here they are in the (overcrowded) display cabinet>
Last month I painted my Warmahordes objective markers and the Thrullg Minions models that I’d had base-coated for donkeys, next stop the gaming table…
I played a demo of Bushido at SMOGCON2014 with Sam and loved it. I promised to get out my Ro-Kan models (I also have Ito from the Kickstarter) and paint them up. Since then I’ve also played at the Big’Uns with Sam who has recently moved to the Bristol area. Here’s the pictures…..