*Sniiiiiiiiiiiff* Smell that? The sweet smell of glorious victory? It is with great honour, and magnimonious modesty that I accept the title of “God Emporer, Holder of the First Blood”.
Ironically Jimmi pointed out the other day that this post has been sat in the draft section for several months. From time to time we all loose the burning hobby fire and that’s OK but here are a few thoughts on how to get it going again….
So a quick review here of the UK Games Expo (UKGE). Jimmi and I took a trip down from Sheffield to visit the NEC in Birmingham, home to the UKGE.
A few weeks/months (who’s counting) ago I wrote a piece on D&D Etiquette. It was a popular piece but I was very conscious of one criticism – that it was written entirely from the perspective of how to be a better player. This is fine, but I feel there are plenty of things for DM’s to learn too, especially me, as I’ve only been running my first campaign for a couple of months.
Here are 5 flaws that I’ve discovered with my own DM style:
This post might seem a little harsh, so it’s important to know that this isn’t meant to be a personal attack on anyone, rather it’s supposed to make you a better player and RPGer in general. The below points have been collected mainly from talking to other DMs and thankfully only a minority of my own experiences (including times where I have committed the crime!)
So, disclaimer in place and without further ado…
Today I’m going to show you the really easy way to paint good tabletop quality faces (and other bare flesh).
Hello again and welcome to another quick tutorial, this time on stippling. Stippling is a great technique for transitioning colours with a brush, in a similar way to an airbrush and also allows you to convey rougher textures to your minis.