I am, since Horizon Wars was published, enthusiastically working on a range of new games, both miniatures and board type. Some are related to HW, some are entirely new properties. The up-side is that I'm having a great time, albeit not making much money from my efforts, yet. The down-side is that I just don't have time to commit to other creative endeavours. At least one of my projects might involve me having to do art again, but it won't be for quite a while. In the mean time, I drop into dA only once in a very rare while so, in order to keep my in box under control, I'm beginning to unwatch a lot of people.
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Here it is, at last.
Obviously, I'm posting a journal to further pimp the forthcoming release in April of my very first proper miniatures wargame, published by Osprey Games. But actually, there's more to it than just blowing my own trumpet. First, I want to draw people's attention to this gallery in my Favourites. It's been there a long time, with various names down the years, but it was the first place I started to record images and ideas that inspired the development of this game (the other being this Pinterest board).
I wanted to make the game one that would pay tribute to as much of these inspiring works and images as possible. Spec
I don't get this.
First up, let me explain that, if you favourite one of my deviations, I will look, at the very least, at your Favourites to see if we share similar interests. If we do, then I'll check out your gallery and see what you're doing in that field. If I like it, I will follow you.
So once in a while, I'll get notification of a fav and go look at the relevant deviant's Favourites.
It immediately becomes clear that this deviant is watching new deviations go up, real time, and favouriting 99% of everything; because my deviation, posted no more than 30 minutes previously, is already way deep on page 6. Some of the stuff favourit
I think it was you suggesting to use some putty to seal off the edges i get from using cork plates as a basing material. Even though some effects might be overdone, i think i got the base right! I would love to hear your point of view
I really appreciated that idea and I am so happy i used that extra time to make them look like this! Let's see how i can bring in the second part of your advise on the other hand, that desert is an empty one... So not much to see there, hence not much variety