And another post for today. This one is a brief update from IRL.
3/ When these things do not charge you, you also shoot. So you might live longer.
PFC Chavez took out 5 xenos all by himself with his auto-5 gun.
Note: see what I've done to the battle board? It's obviously another room! It looks absolutely nothing like the previous one. Right?
2/ When these things charge you, you shoot. You miss, you're probably dead.
RIP. Sgt Rodakos & Pvt Cedillo...
#5150StarMarine campaign, Mission 6: C.A.T. Hunt (after a #SpaceHulk mission)
Second contact: an ambush by 6 xenos that charge immediately.
Well... it's late already. I've got to work tomorrow... so I'll save the fight for another day.
Note: I managed to improvise a battle board with what I had laying around in my studio/workspace/gaming room/dump/whatever...
Oups... posted the same pic' twice instead of this third one...
I've designed a random system (using d6s) to generate some space #DungeonMap for #5150StarMarine missions.
Then I tried to use Space Hulk V2 tiles to give it a "pleasant" look.
The result is not optimal (as the tiles jigsaw patterns do not always match the design), but good enough.
Variations on 6 rooms, 4 corridors, 1 boarding & 1 objective zone, 3 P.E.F.
- Aaapoum Bapoum, 14 rue Serpente, Paris 6e, www.aaapoumbapoum.com
- Album Comics, 67 Bd Saint-Germain, Paris 5e, www.album.fr/album-comics-2/
- Shakespeare & Company, 37 Rue de la Bûcherie, Paris 5e, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shakespeare_and_Company_(bookstore)
- Reelbooks, 9 Rue de Ferrare, Fontainebleau, youtu.be/VAIRSr-iHo0
The old "Il est Minuit..." comic, I found in a public bookcase located in Alix (Rhône) @ (WGS 84) 45.9117197, 4.6530818
Sketchdrop no.21 🌲🌲
Starting in ink right away without any underdrawing can seem intimidating, but it’s amazing how much it improves line confidence after a while! Even my pencil sketches are much better now thanks to it. Ink teaches to think first, then commit properly, both of which we usually half-ass with pencils.
Un-sprueing commercial miniatures is... not fun.
This... This was a pain in the @$$.
That was expected on this first try, with supports completly generated by the software.
Now... I'm supposed to clean the thing from its supports.
From Thingiverse .stl file to Cura to actual 3D object...
First real attempt at #3Dprinting a miniature.