Category: pocketmunda

More Buildings Moved to the Complete Column

It’s summertime.  No soccer coaching.  No homework.  No marathon training.  This is supposed to be the busy time for catching up on a year’s worth of miniature wargame stuff.  And yet, thanks to a big move and work and other boring real world stuff, progress has slowed to a...

Update on Painting the Town

Work on the home front and my home on the work front finally slacked off enough to let me paint up two more buildings for the Pocketmunda terrain board.  When done, this board should work just find for the scenarios included in the Tomorrow’s War main rulebook as well....

Bio-Haz Warriors

Today we have just another, “Look what I painted,” post.  This time around in Khurasan’s Troopers in Hazmat suits.  This brings my yellow suited warriors up to nineteen, although the one on the far left is unarmed.   Here’s a comparison shot of the Khurasan troops (inside) next to Rebel Miniature’s...

Three Bridges

Put some color on three bridges for Notromunda this week, and they sure are bright.  Starting to worry that my pulp sci-fi urban terrain might wind up being downright garish. I think that the red pearl stickers help bring these together, even if the primary colors I’m using clash...

Rooftop Scatter

Before we get to today’s scatter terrain, let’s review, shall we?  Your humble editor has been whiny about how ‘dark’ his tabletop looks.  For once, he decided to run a test paint job before getting too deep into painting the small city’s worth.  Here’s how that worked out: Still...

Barrels – The Quintessential Scatter Terrain

It just wouldn’t be a miniature wargame without a few barrels on the table.  Check that one off the list: Nothing too novel here.  Those are all electronic doo-hickeys ripped out of an old and irritating childrens’ electronic piano.  They are glued to a base for added weight and...

Brightening Up the Place

Getting out of the GW all-dark-and-gothy-look is proving harder than anticipated.  I’m just so used a dark palette that my work keeps ending up not nearly as bright as anticipated.  There is one way to brighten up the table though – lights.  These look like streetlights, don’t they.  I...

Most Boring Gang Yet

Rebel Mini’s BioHazard Zombie Hunters are great sculpts with a lot of potential, and at $6.50 for a full 12-man gang, too hard a temptation to resist.  As it stands, this pack gives me a shooter force in body suits armed with only a couple of pistols (can you say...

Lock Up Your Sons

Meet the Electric Knights, my daughter’s Not-romunda “gang”.  She picked the colors, the font for the bases, and named them all. While trimming the old leader’s pistol down, things went south, and I had to make a new one.  So I pressed a Laserburn crew member with a law...

Goldilocks and the Three Scales

A funny thing happened while teaching my kids how to play Necromunda in 15mm.  We played two different games, one in the big rocket using the standard movement and ranges in inches, and one in the urban terrain converting all measurements to centimeters. We test drove this WIP terrain –...