Stage Two will be putting some better ceiling lighting in place (the photos below are all "assisted" by my phone's flash because it is a little gloomy in the cellar - it nearly blinded antipixi when he was checking the range on those red ruler thingys in our Inquisimunda game!), as well as constructing the terrain boards themselves and getting a couple of stools so the two mini-Rabs can reach the table top.
For now, here are some staged pictures for your delight and delectation...
|I've painted the "inside" of the tabletop a very dark grey (the pot was left in the cellar by |
the previous owners) to serve as a nice backdrop for Knights' Quest, Space Hulk,
industrial sci-fi RT, and any board game you care to mention.
|Look - it wheels right over and takes up almost no room at all, dear...|
|This is the terrain I have so far - resin buildings and river, grass mat, a couple of scruffy trees and hills.|
And through that border village comes the stuff of nightmares...
|And bringing up the rear, the most horrifying of all...|
|The defenders' view...|
|The carrion crows' view...|
|Will the cannon save them?|
|Or will their wizard?|
|But what's this? Orcs and goblins and trolls, oh my! |
Sneaking across the ford to outflank the valiant defenders...
I hope you didn't mind the photo dump. With that sorted, I can play a few games with the boys, get back into painting at a miniature scale, and hopefully crack on with Knights' Quest.