Saturday, May 26, 2012

15mm Shadowrun Miniatures

Here's what I've been working on.  A combination of re-based, new paints, and conversions.


Street Mage


Corporate Bodyguard


Cover-Ops Runner


Go-Ganger


High-End Corporate Security


Troll Enforcer (added horns)


Troll Enforcer (added horns)


Orc Enforcer (KM Walking Dead Survivor w/ GZG Head)


Human Enforcer


Decker?


Troll Street Samurai


Female Ganger


Street Samurai


Street Samurai


Street Samurai/Assassin


Ganger


"Mr. Johnson"


Physical Adept


Gangers


Mr. Johnson and Bodyguard


Shadowrunners


Enforcers

Monday, May 21, 2012

Paper Terrain - Shadowrun Data Terminal

Well, I kept thinking to myself that I need a data terminal for my games, and I was unable to find one.

So I made one! Hey, why not!

What do you guys think? Any suggestions?



Scaled for 15mm minis...

Different panels...


Sunday, May 20, 2012

Friday, May 18, 2012

Finished City Tiles

Here is an example layout... I have some extras... and I'll probably make more to have more options...

Let me know what you think!







Street Tiles on Corkboard - Tutorial

Here is a quick Tutorial on how I mount my cardstock street tiles...


I use mounting tiles for corkboard... from an office supply store.


I place a bead of thick super glue around the edges...


Leaving a place to grab on two edges...


Place and align on the squared corners and press down...


I use an upside down ceramic tile to put some weight on it...


And once it's dry I use an exacto blade to cut the tile out!



Wednesday, May 16, 2012

City Tiles - Mounting / Shadowrun Gaming

So, I printed out all of my city tiles from the WorldWorks Games Street of  Legends .

I printed them out on cardstock, but it really wasn't sturdy enough. So, I thought about it and settled on gluing it onto cork.

Well, the first experiment was with white glue.  No bueno amigo. Too much warping.  I have it under a heavy tile, but I'm not counting on it.

I settled on using superglue, I put a decent size bead around the edge on the bottom of the cardstock, place it on the cork, align it, then lay a tile on it.

This seems to work great, and I have 16 tiles done, which is about the scale size of 4' by 4' table in CM.

I'm making another four, and I might even add tiles to the other side of the cork, to give me more layout options.

I really like it, it was quick, and it looks good... I'll be taking some nice pictures tomorrow night and posting them tomorrow.

My Shadowrun/Rezolution game is coming along well.  I decided to go ahead and use the reaction table from "The Department" with some minor adjustments, with the Rezolution rules.  This will allow Flick and I to be on the same shadowrun team against security/lonestar/whatever.

Remember, chummer, until next time, double check your ammo and never trust a dragon.


Monday, May 14, 2012