Media - gaming
Aw yeah, got the day off today. Started a new city in Cities: Skylines and I've got my furry little lap warmer.
Posted on 11 May 2020, 11:16
Witness my glorious Seventies Brown 1970 Datsun 510!
Posted on 26 January 2020, 23:35
Current status: getting in touch with my inner bogan in Forza 7.
Posted on 21 January 2020, 22:19
Current status: Enjoying how easy it was to make maps back in the day with Marathon Infinity and the included map editor Forge. The Marathon games weren't true 3D but 2.5D, so the map-making process was really simple! You'd start with a top-down view, put the outlines in of where the polyons should go, then fill them, set the ceiling and floor heights, and then go into Visual Mode for texturing and light levels. #RetroComputing #gaming
Posted on 22 December 2019, 16:18
Tonight, we played Shadespire again! One guy had a warband from the newer box, and it’s definitely pretty imbalanced, we ended up going back the two core set warbands, heh. #nerding #warhammer
Posted on 5 December 2019, 21:25
An early morning view from Anchor Reserve nature park looking back towards Westdale. Even unmodded on console this is a pretty game! #citiesskylines
Posted on 21 November 2019, 8:49
Last night we played more Kill Team! It was a three-player game on two boards, unfortunately Nurgle's finest got some REALLY unlucky dice rolls (and the fucking Necrons kept reanimating!). #warhammer40k #killteam
Posted on 13 September 2019, 10:59
My Kill Team terrain is finished! Well, finished in that it's glued together, rather than actually painted, but still. I took some proper-ish shots with some miniatures for scale. #warhammer40k #killteam
Posted on 4 September 2019, 22:33
Aw yeah, more Kill Team! We did a 2v2 and my Plague Marines are delightfully hard to kill.work warhammer 40k darkroom gaming kill team games workshop death guard adeptus mechanicus thousand sons
Posted on 29 August 2019, 19:54
The Poxwalkers are coming along nicely! This one's not fully done yet, and I need to touch up a couple of places plus obviously do the base on it but it looks fantastic already. I find whenever I'm doing a batch of miniatures I end up needing to finish one or two completely well before the rest so I feel like I'm actually making progress, as opposed to having a bunch of partially-finished miniatures.
Posted on 19 August 2019, 23:03