Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Tales from Tournaments and Pulling the Plug

Seventh edition is close to an end, and I’m finishing it just like it started, with flying monsters, tournament games and lots of beers.




This article will be two fold, with part one being why most of you are here : a tournament report. Part two will be a little more bloggy-feely and reflect upon the last few years of gaming.


Thursday, April 20, 2017

Don't Be a Fool, Buy Good Tools

Like the Magic the Gathering maniac who spends his fortune on cards and can't spare a dime for sleeves only to find himself out of value because his cards are no longer near mint, this highest standard of cards quality, much the same can be said on the gamer that buys endless miniatures and paints but never buy his tools.

And to this I say: NO MORE!  All you need is 10%

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Never Buy a New Brush Again

Can a 10$ fancy-pantsy bar of specialized soap make your brush live near forever?  Yes it can.



The Master's Brush Cleaner & Preserver-1oz

YES.  IT. CAN.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

CanHammer Team Tournament : The ATC for Friendlier People




Your favorite frenchie is back from the CanHammer Team Tournament, a 4-man ETC/ATC-like tournament.

Gather ‘round for tales of glory.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Steal This Competition Trick to Paint your Army!

I often preach the gentle art of slamming 3 colors on a miniature and leaving it in that state for months if not years.



And while this may seem like the lazy man's approach to a fully painted army, it is not.  In fact, it's part of most competition painter's approach to miniature painting, and it's called color blocking.

It's also the best thing ever to have fully painted armies in no time.

Read on to block out with your brush out!

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

BUSTED! 3 Myths of Hobby Setup That are False

Building a hobby area can seem like a daunting task for all the wrong reasons.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Group Therapy for Miniature Painting



Hey everyone, my name is Max ( Hi, Max!) and I'm a paint-aholic.  But don't worry, I'm working the steps, I'm attending meetings.  And you should come by too.

Not only are they usually not in a church basement, you don't always need to leave your house.