- Blood Bowl Teams
- Step By Step: Painting a Predator
- Using the 'Shaded Basecoat' Technique to paint Saurus warriors
- Step By Step armor for Tomb Kings Horsemen
- Step by Step painting of a Gamezone Cold One
- Painting a marble and tile flying base
- How I photograph my miniatures: A window into my photo booth
Monday, August 27, 2012
Here's a project that still needs to be completed. It is the most elaborate Blood Bowl stadium that I have tried to create.
The Royale Casino is the home stadium for the Las Vegas Hustlers, a human team I had in a league years ago. The outside of the stadium has a marquis, and a fancy exterior full of columns and decorations.
Obviously, the inside is supposed to be a casino! Hence all the green felt. The white squares you see are for turn counters... which are playing cards. When you turn one over, then indicates a turn has been used.
At the end of each half, whoever has the better "hand" gets an extra re-roll.
The re-roll counters are poker chips, which are color coded to indicate team re-rolls, bonus re-rolls, etc.
There are two grandstands for the stadium, one for each sideline. I took one of them down so that I could photograph it. The side you can't see has a giant scoreboard on it, as well as the visitor's dugout. Each dugout will have a very different theme, with the home team's version being truly luxurious, while the visitor's is very nasty :-)
On this side of the grandstands, you can see the announcer's booth. The upper levels are going to have little slot machines and poker tables, a roulette wheel, etc. The lower levels of both sides can hold tons of eager and excited fans!
Here are some action shots between the Mimes f Moria and an undead team:
Go get 'em Francois and Pierre!!
The view from above the field in the Bloodweiser Blimp!
More intense action:
And here is Jaques... he lands perfectly using his lovely parasol... and goes in for the score!!!! Touchdown Mimes!!
When I get the chance, I will try to take some exterior shots.