Well here we are at part 2 and I promised that I’d talk about how to use GURPS to generate characters quickly. This is not going to be a full rehash of the GURPS character generation rules, (for one thing, we don’t need the full ruleset to help us with writing), . . . → Read More: Using gaming resources to help your writing. – PART 2 – Characters
If you’ve been around me or even just casually glanced around the site, you can probably deduce that gaming is a large slice of my hobbies. It should therefore come as no surprise that it creeps into every other aspect of my life. Recently, I got into an interesting conversation with some friends . . . → Read More: Using gaming resources to help your writing. – PART 1: GURPS Sourcebooks
This weekend at GenghisCon, I had the opportunity to field the Skyshield Landing Pad for the first time. I decided to bring it out for that 40K RTT for a number of reasons. I’d had the model sitting on my shelf for a long time and I needed a . . . → Read More: 40K Tactica & Review: Skyshield Landing Pad
This is the first part in a series on painting techniques that I use to paint miniatures. Obviously, everything that follows is my opinion and not objective fact.
1. A good starter airbrush is the Iwata Eclipse HP-CS. It is a good jack-of-all-trades starter brush and can do wonders in the . . . → Read More: 15+ Tips for folks who want to airbrush miniatures.
Spoilers, probably best not to read if you haven’t played it. For the record, I liked it.
I adore Mass Effect. The universe BioWare built, the story, the characters. Everything about it, even the parts that are ripped off from other sci-fi that seemingly has exhausted every trope imaginable. . . . → Read More: Review: Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut