I really like tabletop sports games, they can be super quick, tactically deep, and for some reason playing a game about little dudesmen who’re playing a game feels cooler to me than playing a game about little dudesmen having a scrap. Plus, we’re spoiled at the moment for options: Dreadball, Bloodbowl, Guildball, Kaosball, Aristeia to name some that come to mind…
I wouldn’t like to be that Judwan right now…
Last time we left off with our freshly dipped Orc. In today’s post I’m going to run you through the next few stages to see him on to completion.
Freshly Dipped. Mmmmm just like momma used to make!
Over on my showcase post Jules asked if I would do a step by step for painting my converted Savage Orc Bloodbowl team – The Green Fist Smackaz.
I’d be happy to Jules!
The Green Fist Smackaz
If you’ve not seen the previous post in this series, I’d urge you to start there 🙂
I’ve spent the last couple of weeks playing with the pitch surface, finding ways to paint on the lines.
I’ve got into Bloodbowl with the new release, and since I’m an Ork fan, I decided I’ll play them 🙂
I’ve recently got into Bloodbowl, and I’m in the middle of painting up my own bespoke savage orc team – The Green Fist Smackers. Like any self respecting team, they need their own stadium to call home.