Posts Tagged ‘ Free ’

Print your own Paper Cardstock Warhammer 40K Armored Munitorum Containers Terrain

This is what I’ve been up to the last few days.

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Started by printing out this image.
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Cut it out, then glued it to a cereal box.
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I notched where the folds were, then flipped it over. Next, I took a ruler and pen and scored the fold line on the back.
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Fold and glue.
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Alternate color schemes

 

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Armored Munitorum Cargo Container 2x4 Green

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Warhammer Fantasy Age Of Sigmar Rules Preview sneak peak leak

A few days ahead of their official release, the 4 pages of core rules from the new Warhammer Fanatsy Age of Sigmar, which will be turning up in this weeks White Dwarf, for those of you who want them in print.

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The core rules and Warscolls (dataslates) for all existing Warhammer Fantasy Armies will be avialble July 4th on the offical Games Wokshop website .

Despite the doom and gloom, I imagine rulebooks will follow in the coming months, as it is rumored that the next couple of months will be heralded by almost entirely Age of SIgmar releases.

Zombicide Survivor Adam

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“Gruff” Miniature by Hasslefree

Took a stab at making a custom Zombicide Survivor. He has some useful skills but ZERO combat related upgrades. If you try him out in your Zombicide games I’d love to hear feedback on him.

Bobba Fett D&D Assassin, Now in Amazing Technicolor

David Wears, a.k.a. Kiladecus, was kind enough to spend some time coloring the great Bobba Fett.

I tweaked it a bit and ta da !!!

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Bobba Fett D&D Assassin Paper Miniature

One of the players in my D&D campaign got the idea in his head to make name his Rogue “Bobba Fett“, so I made this paper miniature for him.

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I absolutely stole the idea for the miniature from Jose Dominguez’s Brian Fett
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HAPPY HALLOWEEN – Treat from Dark Mook

For one month only, Adam Steel, a.k.a. Dark Mook, has provided us with a great Halloween themed Freebie from his Survivial Horro Line of Models

A great werewolf and human hunter/survivor great for any modern horror RPG or tabletop Miniatures skirmish. The models are 30mm scale with full front and backside art. Adam Steel has a great art style.

If you’ve never encountered any of Adam’s Occult Terrors line this is a perfect opportunity to get your hands on some.

Thank you Adam, for supplying us with this tasty Halloween treat !!

Robopocalypse – Free Robot Paper Models

Look out for these rampaging Robots !!

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Cyclops Robot – Free Paper Model

I created a Big Retro style Robot Paper Model for the Cardboard Warriors May Wierd War Themed Hoarde.

The model was well received, but my inking skill are amateurish.

Actual Artist, Dave Okum was kind enough to do a recolor.

Cyclops Robot Recolor

FREE WWII ZOMBIES perfect for ALL THINGS HORROR

Over on the CardBoarWarriors Forums Paladin and myself collaborated on some WWII Era Zombie Paper Miniatures.

I did the illustration work and Paladin did a fantastic job on coloring them and bringing them to unlife.

Click on the Image Below to get them for your collection.
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They will also be showing their hideous faces in the May 2011 Free Figure Horde.

They were made with the TwoHourWargames All Things Horror and All Things Zombie in mind, but they’ll work great for any 28-30mm Miniatures Games. If you scale them down 50% they also make an excellent 15mm Undead Menace.

FREE Dave Graffam Miniatures Terrain Paper Model: Observatory

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Enjoy this cool new FREE model from the minds of Thomas Weaver (AKA Tommygun) and Dave Graffam . Tommy’s geometry combined with Dave’s textures give you something fun and unique to add to your fantasy, medieval or steampunk games.

The Observatory is designed to work stand alone, or as an add-on to Dave’s upcoming Inventor’s House model, so if you’re planning to pick that one up, this is a great way to get started on it.