Here are some action shots and army photos from ICFOOTB 2019. Credits for photos to Scott Youden.
Photos from the ICFOOTB 2019 Pewter Flagon Competition. Behold the glory of their majesty! Big congratulations to Stephen Lind for winning with his flawless Imperial Fist. The photo does not do it justice.
I am pleased to announce that the player’s packages for this years tournament are up on the downloads page. This year we will also be hosting a painting competition. Stay tuned for details. Looking forward to seeing everyone this January!
4LVO 2018 has come and gone and it was once again a great time. There were a TON of familiar faces from our local Edmonton/Calgary region there. It’s always a lot more fun when you can hang out with people you know in Vegas after the gaming is over. I even ran into Armin, an […]
Kieran walks us through some of the techniques he’s learned and worked on this year in brief, while also showcasing many of the models he painted in 2017. Kieran Dunleavy I’ve been gaming since the age of 10, probably. Actively with miniature gaming especially for the past 20 years. Over that span I’ve painted […]
What a week! I had to just about hit the ground running upon my return from the LVO so my free time was mostly taken up with writing up my battle reports. This if more of an informal rundown of what I did, from the time I landed in Vegas until I left to got […]
Building an objective deck is very specific to an individual and will depend on (or influence) one’s play style and warband choice significantly. For example if you want to play an aggressive Stormcast list having an Objective deck that wants you to sit on Objectives is not going to be particularly conducive to that style […]
I have done a lot of candy coats over the last few years, and I thought I would write down what I have learned. First of all a candy color is basically a clear paint put over a metallic base. In theory you could just slap on some silver paint and coat it with candy […]
Rantings of The Ironfisted Tyrant Well met fair internet wanderer. I suppose I should introduce myself. My name is James. I am a member of the Out of the Basement gaming club located in Edmonton Alberta. The subject of pho taunts, drinker of gin and the good luck charm of who ever I’m playing, I […]
Welcome to the Back to Basics series, a series of articles design for the newer hobbyist. Unlike some of the other members of the Out of the Basement (OOTB) club, I am not a spectacular tactician or crazy good painter. While there are many beginner articles out on the web, I am going to be […]