Thursday, November 29, 2012

One building more

These are so easy to make. As I have the wall parts already cast from various ct-S kits, I just concentrate on the platforms. Using spray cans for the painting, add some rusty effects and here you are.

Hope you enjoy.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Escher gang finished

Here we are. The Eschers are done. X-Tine's gang is ready to hunt some Goliath meatballs in the underhive. Painted up the two last models this week-end ; a close combat oriented ganger and the Escher heavy with lasgun.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Necromunda - Escher juves - Goliath heavy - ruins

The urge to play a Necromunda game starts to grow a lot. I'm in the final stages of finishing of the two gangs. I painted up two juves for the Escher gang and my heavy for the Burger Boys. A new construction was also completed. Hope you enjoy.

Friday, November 16, 2012

The Underhive - First Buildings

The key to a good Necromunda game resides in a lot of constructions on the tabletop. To have a little change from painting minis, I putted an Outpost together from ct-S and made a first more Necromundan-style industrial construction. You can also see some gigantic mushrooms, who will make great cover for the gangers. Hope you like it.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Escher Gang - gangsters

Some extra models for X-Tine's Escher gang. Most of her emancipated ladies are orientated towards close combat. There will be no heavies, so the starting gang emphases on numbers.

Amazon power !

Monday, November 5, 2012

The Burger Boys - a Goliath gang

I've always had a certain affinity for the brutal Goliaths. They were my favorite gang in the old times (15 years ago, ough) and were called the "Burger Boys"; a mean group of warriors under the leadership of Burger King causing mayhem anywhere they traveled in the underhive. They needed a repaint. Here's the result.

 What d'ya think? Do they look mean enough to you?


Thursday, November 1, 2012

Bastogne War Museum: the progress

As you might have read before on our blog, the Mardasson hill is preparing to welcome a new museum dedicated to WWII, more specifically the Battle of the Bulge. The maire claims the investment will be making Bastogne a reference like Waterloo is for the Napoleon period and Ypres for WWI. Since we live nearby (about 15 min by car), we went for another visit to check out the progress. Here are a few pictures so you can see for yourselves...

 The official website: