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I finished off my TT Combat Realmgate last night. This is a lovely little piece of scenery and I really enjoyed painting it.
I’m pretty happy with how it has turned out, and it will be a good place to pose individual miniatures to take cool photos!
It will be part of a diorama one day, When I get the other pieces finished.

Happy Hobbying!

David

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Made some progress on the TT Combat Realmgate tonight.
I’ve still got some more to do on the base but it’s mostly done and I’m really pleased how it’s turning out so far!

Happy Hobbying!

David

I don’t get it why Warhammer 40K universe is more popular then Fantasy battle when it has THIS

Ladys and gentlemen, i present you the scaven DOOMWHEEL (always written in caps). This is essentially a giant weaponised hamster wheel that shoots nuclear-magic-laser beams that are powered by solidified hell energy and instead of a hamster it houses a pack of giant mutant rats (who are likely on fire and cannibalizing each other while running). Can you imagine something more METAL?

Dwarf miners enter a goblin stronghold from below.  (Tony Ackland, Warhammer Siege, GW, 1988)  Sieges may seem static but you can make a good game scenario with mining, fighting through a breach, and sallies into the siege lines.  A mining scenario can become a dungeoncrawl, like some of the older games that were part of D&D’s early inspirations.

Continuing my hobby butterfly week by doing some work on this little Realmgate from TT Combat.
I’ve added some textures to it and it’s now ready to be sprayed.
I think it will end up being part of a little diorama I’ve had planned for a long time.

Happy Hobbying!

David

The Battle Masters tower is overrun by orcs from the combined tribes of Citadel, RAFM, and Prince August.  I love making detailed terrain pieces from scratch, but it is so convenient to snap together the 5 panels to make this tower and place it on the table with no worries about damage during transport or attacks by snack-stained player fingers.