Guild Ball on Kickstarter

Recently I came across a Kickstarter campaign, a project headed by Mat Hart and Rich Loxam and artwork and sculpts provided by Doug Telford and Russ Charles. What attracted me to this project was the simplicity of the gameplay and a fantastic attention to quality as you can see in the image below of the Fishermen Guild’s captain, Shark.

The kickstarter has already reached the funding required but with 3 weeks left there is potential to still snap up earl bird deals, professionally painted team bundles and some lucky people can even design their own character with the team.
You can access early releases of rules, constant updates of new sculpts and artwork by clicking here. Most of the information is already on the kickstarter site so I’ll let you take a look yourself, but here’s a teaser video too.

They already have my support.


How to Make Paint Chipping With The Table Salt Technique

How to make paint chipping with the table salt technique over of Ichiban Painting. Here’s a follow up from the original video with another tutorial on techniques to show weathering on your models.

Green Elves

After asking what colour I should paint my High Elves a while back, you guys voted 45% in favour of green so green is what I shall paint them. Very fitting following St. Paddy’s day to have my own army of leprechauns.

Pretty excited about attempting it, if I can achieve the same look as the High Elves at Warhammer World I will be very happy. I’m going to use gretchin green with tin bitz for the armour?

What do you guys think of that scheme? Plus what colour should I use to build up a highlight?