Greetings Terrans – last post before I head off to BOYL, so I thought I’d do a quick wrap-up of the last few bits I managed to rush through this week. Nothing stellar here, just quick and easy stuff:
Barrels, crates & gas canisters – always useful:
Shed for game 3 – supposed to be a storage shed, but I thought I’d have some fun with it & make the quintessential ‘I’d give it a minute if I were you’ type of convenience that an Ork might favour:
‘Rock Forest’, also for game 3 – these will be on a volcanic game mat, hence the colour:
‘Fighting pit’ for the dungeon level of Kulo’s Castle. Obviously, I can’t dig a pit in my game board, so I made a fighting cage instead:
Examination table for da Doc’s room (or possibly a torture table for the torture room):
Simple ‘gravity lifts’ to connect the levels of Kulo’s Castle:
Landing pad – Part of the top level of Kulo’s Castle, but it can only be reached from the air so only the Marine Jet Bikes can actually use it. The stairs are also separate, and can be used for the main stairs in the dungeon level:
Benches and tables for the Great Hall:
And finally, a rather stained & unsanitary bed for Kulo’s sleeping chamber:
Phew! So that’s it folks, the build & paint part of the Wolf Time project is officially done! I didn’t have time to do everything I would’ve liked to do – I would’ve loved to have a load of cupboards, lockers, bookcases, shelves of ‘stuff’ etc. but I just ran out of time. That said, I reckon we’ll be ok with all these items and with the awesome bits that other folks are kindly bringing along.
Next time I post it’ll be on the campaign itself – I’m really looking forward to the games, but it is also strange to think that the whole thing will be over soon… Endings are a funny thing – it’ll be the culmination of almost a year of work and focus, so very rewarding, but also sad to be finished in a way. I’ve learned a hell of a lot over the course of this project – there has been a shitload of organising, researching, painting, sculpting, building and collaborating. There have been many ups and downs, but one constant has been the encouragement & motivation I’ve received from you guys out there in the interwebs and in real life too – even non-gamer friends & family have been cheering me on! I want to formally thank all of those that encouraged and supported me… this is as much down to you guys as it is to me.
Right, that’s enough of the soppy stuff, I’m off to pack the car & get ready to hit the road in the morning. I’m doing all day at Warhammer World tomorrow, and then heading to Newark for the long weekend. Hopefully see some of you around over the weekend! 😊
Mr Papafakis said:
Can’t wait man! 🥰🥰🥰
Hells yeah! Happy trails dude, see you on the weekend 😎
Great stuff Alex and I hope everything goes well and that the weekend is everything you hoped it would be if not better!
Cheers dude 😊
That’s looking fantastic, have fun with it and remember to report!
Cheers mate, I will! 😁
Excellent stuff mate – hope the whole weekend goes really well for you! Looking forward to reading that battle report! :-D
Thanks mate, I’m looking forward to writing it!
Great selection here – I’d love to hear more about the construction. The landing pad and rock forest are my particular favourites – both look great!
Cheers dude, happy to discuss further… when I see you on Saturday!! Woohoo!! 🥳
Mark A. Morin said:
What a wonderful long project – looking forward to hearing about the games!
Cheers mate, 16 hours and counting 😁
Bloody amazing, Alex. Make sure and take lots and lots of photos – and have a great time!
Cheers dude – many photos have been taken, just working on the write-up ;-)
So lovely, can’t wait to see them all in action!
Thanks mate – just putting the finishing touches on the write-up ;-)
A tremendous effort, I congratulate you on pulling it all together. Have fun gaming.
Cheers dude – it was bloody awesome!
Can’t wait for the pictures and write up!
It’s been an epic slog my friend and you’ve done a marvellous job. I so wish I was there with you. Hope you had a great time mate!
Mate, it was so frickin’ cool! The crashed spaceship was a real head-turner!!
That’s great news mate! I’m really looking forward to reading all about it.
Hi Alex! I join the concert of kind comments for your awesome work. You envisaged this project by the hardest way, collect and paint, Models and sceneries with a very good tast for the Oldshool.
I know the passion and the motivation needed to achieve this kind of project. I know how much you can be pround and you deserve it.
I just regret to haven’t find (and manage) to have a chat with you last week end at foundry to tell you how much you made a fantastic work!
Here in France we said “t’as fait le taf mec!” Traduction : You make the job, dude! Bravo!
Ah, thanks mate, I did my best :-) Yeah, shame we didn’t chat properly – I would’ve loved to meet & so on because I’m a big fan of your work! There is always next year mec :-)
Nice terrain and such. I particularly like the fighting pit; I’m going to have to steal that idea and use it in some sort of story or something.
Go for it! :-)
Aww man so much good stuff here. I love the examination table. Sorry I’ve missed your posts somehow but playing catch up today/tonight so be prepared to be bombarded my friend.