Painter’s block sucks. Help me.
Great tutorial on basing miniatures with do-it-yourself materials. Ancient ruin themed bases work with so many tabletop themed armies and models that this should be helpful for many of you […]
A recurrent topic that I hear locally and through the social media grapevine, is the inverted success and struggle between these two game systems: Privateer Press’ Warmachine (3rd edition, aka […]
Make it happen. Just play!
Motivation versus fear – and I wonder why I love reading theses kinds of posts.
Simple, quick advice that I’ve used in the past to get my blog moving again. Of course, it all depends on the kind of writer you are…. stream of conscience […]
The irony of this post is that it is essentially advice for writing that doesn’t have any pitfalls. A good read with two simple guidelines to keep moving forward with […]
An informative article on basing miniatures for tabletop games and other sculpts
Black and white photography is a great approach in bright sunlight. Hard light and shadows make textures pop and create all forms of structural interest. I’ve been slowly learning how […]
I never expected to pick up the Grymkin faction (Warmachine/Hordes tabletop game). But, when I saw the models and the night-marish style….Taking control of monsters of bad-dreams couldn’t be boring, right? […]
Some quick and useful tips for honing creativity while you’re busy or just simply stuck.
One day a friend of mine came over to visit. He introduced me to a cigar. My first reaction was “oh no, bad.” Hiss-hiss. Then realizing that just one puff […]
A Warmachine/Hordes post: This is a re-blog from a Grymkin site I’m following with great overviews of the different casters and how they synergize within the faction. Here is an […]
I’m re-blogging a blog post about recycling old blog posts; ironic? A fun little read.
On a coffee break, partaking in two of my favorite activities: consuming and spewing. Here’s my afternoon spew…. This is a precious…sss moment. A punctate lot of time in this […]
I wrote this short story (circa 2003) as an exercise in writing conversational dialog. It was practice, written quickly to finish it. It’s a quick read, a bit clunky, but […]