Saturday morning dungeon crawling with my kid. I generated a dungeon with https://donjon.bin.sh/fantasy/dungeon/ and plopped it onto a OneNote page, which I opened with Microsoft Surface.
We're just using a single d20 roll to decide what happens. (Him: "my wizard casts a spell that shows me which door is the safest", Me: "mmm that's a hard spell, you have to roll 17 or more").
We also use a d10 to count how many allowed "cheats" he has left.
There are thousands of miniature painting tutorials out there. But I like this one because it actually makes it feel very straightforward.
A little experiment that I will call succesful: start with white primer and just directly coat with nuln oil. What a stunning difference! Can't wait to get on with painting them properly, but now I think it will be even l more forgiving.
I guess that's the premise of Citadel contrast paints.
Next I should experiment with making my own washes
Naval battle off of Lewrick!!
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