So the old Warhammer is gone. Replaced by GW's latest brainfart, Age of Sigmar. As an oldhammer player and veteran since 2nd Edition WFB, I'm not sure how to take it. Of course, this effects nothing in terms of playing WFB, I'll still be able to play, but this new direction GW has taken, leaves… Continue reading GW’s Age of Sigmar. Should I give a sh*t about it?
Ok people! I thought long and hard about a decent way to tackle some material in this article series, and rather than the usual, I've opted for this. So, what is it? Well, I wanted to share with you how I made my books, scrolls and other small 28mm accessories for my mini dungeon,… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Books, Scrolls & Maps Vol 1, Free PDF Download!
Back again with the next in my series of dungeon terrain building articles, if you missed the last episode, we dealt with my chunky basic door pieces, but this time we are going to go more advanced and create opening ones like thus: These are not hard to make, but are a little more involved… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: If you choose to open the door, go to part 6…
An old fave of mainstream fantasy today, fleshing out more monsters for the Dungeons of Doom Fighting fantasy miniature skirmish game, the common orc. You might notice that I'm trying to bring some uniformity to the monster stats, this is for making monster cards later for my game. I thought I'd eventually have to do… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Dwellers of the Pit: Orc (common)
Hello everyone, I'm back with the next part of the Dungeons of doom, a series of articles dealing with the creation of easy and cheap to make 28mm scenic dungeons. Still on the basic and integral parts of any dungeon are the doors that lead from room to room, encounter to encounter. I have all… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: If you choose the basic door, go to part 5…
Back again with another addition to the Dwellers of the pit, a series of companion articles to the dungeons of doom. This time, there's no monster make or tutorial (I'm in the process of putting the next ones into order), just the stats for the FF dungeon skirmish. This time we have the Young red… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Dwellers of the Pit: Young Red Dragon
Another crowdfunder here I wanted to highlight, is the Stone haven miniatures halfling adventurers kickstarter, which is offering many great looking 28mm halfling minis. These are lovely looking concept pictures, and if they are anything to go by, their miniature counterparts will be impressive. I don't think I've ever seen such a comprehensive array of… Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Halfling Adventurers Miniatures Kickstarter
Welcome to the companion series of articles that'll build up a bestiary of miniatures for my game, and it'll be here for those of you who want to use the info for your own projects. GIANT SCORPION The first article here is going to deal with the Giant Scorpion (mostly for my memory from Deathtrap… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Dwellers of the Pit: Giant Scorpion
Ok, still in the Grim's Dungeons of Doom series, I've got a new sub series of articles, still dealing with my dungeon build, but focusing on making custom monsters to flesh out the denziens of the dungeon. I'll be also popping up another sub series to fit them into the system, in an ode to… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Monster Mini Makes: Giant Scorpion
I haven't posted any crowdfunding spotlight articles recently, so when I saw these little beauties, I just had to post one. These wild west style orcs will appeal to anyone who loves greenskins, and if I were playing 40K with an ork army (shame they aren't in 15mm or I'd be aquiring some), I'd be… Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Miniaturemen’s Cowboy Orc Kickstarter