Like I wrote last time, August was pretty much a write off. With all three partners getting/still sick and traditional summer activities which don’t involve being inside in my studio, not much was done.
On a plus side, GenCon did invigorate our want to play games and we laid out the formats for both a Malifaux and Age of Sigmar campaign for our club. It is with these campaigns in mind that I’ve started sculpting a 28mm scale castle for the game. Continue reading Let’s all make a castle Part 1
MiniCannuck here. The guys and I are busy working on a number of projects to get ready for the next few conventions.
Dan has taken over the casting and mold making duties and has been busy filling our stock so that we are ready for Hot Lead March 27-29. Continue reading We are heading off to Hot Lead
I just wanted to start by saying thanks for all the positive responses we’ve been getting for our river tile system – especially the people who have already purchased a set! We love making terrain and it is a real confidence boost when people think it is worth buying for their own gaming tables. It is very much appreciated.
We have a lot of projects on the go right now.
Dan, our tech guru, is working with our new 3D scanner to help us with scaling challenges for some upcoming projects. I dont want to give too much away but I’m sure it will DRIVE you nuts. We are also super stoked about our 3D printer that should be in any time now. Once we have this, it will offer us even more tools to make quality terrain with.
Brad has been pretty busy on a number of fronts. He just finished our new rock sets as well as a couple of vortex designs. He is also working on some additional terrain features for your fantasy army tables.
Me, I’ve been working on developing our western street tiles. Like our river system, this set will let you create a number of different street layouts to suite your gaming needs. Since our game club plays a lot of Malifaux and were in the Wild West Exodus Kickstarter, these will come in quite handy. We love our miniature wargaming and great terrain just makes the experience even better.
Check out some preview pictures below.
Peace out, eh?