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


High-End Corporate Security

Troll Enforcer (added horns)

Troll Enforcer (added horns)

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

Human Enforcer


Troll Street Samurai

Female Ganger

Street Samurai

Street Samurai

Street Samurai/Assassin


"Mr. Johnson"

Physical Adept


Mr. Johnson and Bodyguard



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

15mm City - More Pictures

With GZG Shanties, MBA Apartments and Old Crow Apartments...

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