Some friends and me played our first Congo game last month. I’ve made some shots, sorry, not the best ones and not too many, we’ve spent a lot of time checking the rules and learning how to play. Nevertheless we had a great time playing this game and enjoyed the evening. Now I’m quite hooked… Read more »
Another Sunday and another photo shooting session for my Africa table. After last update I’ve been asked how I do achieve that the terrain looks that good and almost realistic. Honestly, I have no easy answer. First of all, of course, you need some top notch terrain and the most of the terrain credits here… Read more »
Some weeks ago, the guys from the Studio Tomahawk asked me for some Africa scenery pictures for their coming rule set Congo, so of course I was happy to be of help and also to have the opportunity to make finally some proper photos of my Africa collection. Over the years I’ve painted lofs of Africa… Read more »
Clearing backlog today and presenting some miniatures painted last spring for the Lead Painters League, some Baluchi/Arab Slavers. I also wanted to use the opportunity and to make photos of other older Africa stuff, scattered through the various forums and blogs and never photographed properly. But first let’s have a look at the LPL entry… Read more »
If you love adventure you really don’t want to miss The Colonial Painting Expedition started on Lead Adventure Forum. My first contribution for this is that lovely Rhino, made by Mark Copplestone and currently not available through his webstore as far as i know. Really happy I did get one. Ceratotherium simum cottoni, subspecies Northern… Read more »
Here we go with some older painting jobs, mixed up for some LPL cocktail in the Round 6. Didn’t have enough time to get a new team so had to get some from my shelves for that. Anyway, it made fun to create the scene and to deliver a nice photo.
Another bunch of figures painted for Lead Painters League Season 5 (Round 5) – Azande Musketmen. Finally some update for my Azande troops.