“Forge Sinner” a custom miniature for Kingdom Death: Monster

“Once an apprentice to the Forge God, he strove for perfection as he tended the furnaces of the Holy Lands. In his defiance of the Forge God and the Forge Priest, he brought his knowledge and skills to a settlement, for which he was banished and forever branded the Forge Sinner.” Continue reading ““Forge Sinner” a custom miniature for Kingdom Death: Monster”

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Phoenix (Kingdom Death: Monster)

The Phoenix is one of the most badass monsters you can encounter in the world of Kingdom Death: Monster. It is a grotesque and deformed bird with countless hands attempting to escape from its plumes. Hands reach out from the wings, the body, the legs, and other orifices. Within the beak and mouth of the bird, an old, wrinkled face peeks out, wearing a long, flowing mustache as the bird flaps its wings into action. Continue reading “Phoenix (Kingdom Death: Monster)”

How to Build Terrain: Toppled/Fallen Terrain

In this tutorial, I give you a step-by-step tutorial on how to build your own toppled or fallen columns to go along with your tabletop board game. The following columns were modeled and built with Kingdom Death: Monster in mind. I used some inspiration for the theme, atmosphere, and colors based on the Terrain cards provided in the game.

These 3D models are easy to build, with many opportunities for you to add your own flavor and flair. Here is an example of what one of the columns might look like in the end. Continue reading “How to Build Terrain: Toppled/Fallen Terrain”

How to Paint/Base: Screaming Antelope (Kingdom Death: Monster)

This is a tutorial on how to paint and how to base the Screaming Antelope from Kingdom Death: Monster.

Special Thanks:

I’d like to give a special thanks to Adam and the rest of the Kingdom Death staff for the shout-out and for featuring my painting and basing tutorial of the White Lion in the last Kingdom Death: Monster Kickstarter Update. It was definitely a pleasant surprise and a huge motivation for me to keep on creating more content and contributing to the community.

I’d like to extend the special thanks to all of those who have supported me, my work, and my blog. It’s always a fun, artistic, and creative outlet for me, and it’s always more meaningful to share it with people who appreciate the work and effort.   Continue reading “How to Paint/Base: Screaming Antelope (Kingdom Death: Monster)”

How to Paint/Base: White Lion (Kingdom Death: Monster)

This is a tutorial on how to paint and how to base the White Lion from Kingdom Death: Monster.

Background

The White Lion is THE first monster you will encounter in your dark and dangerous exploration of the world of Kingdom Death: Monster. You will most likely continue to encounter the White Lion multiple times in subsequent Lantern Years. Continue reading “How to Paint/Base: White Lion (Kingdom Death: Monster)”

My doctor’s boardgamer son only plays “games that are as complicated to learn as they are to play”

I was excited to see a red notification icon on my Facebook page one day and noticed that I had a new message awaiting me. It turned out to be an unsolicited Facebook message from a guy who introduced himself as the son of my doctor. Continue reading “My doctor’s boardgamer son only plays “games that are as complicated to learn as they are to play””

Review: Dark Souls The Board Game

The successful Kickstarter campaign of Dark Souls The Board Game by Steamforged Games completes its journey as copies make their way to the backers starting last week. The highly anticipated board game undoubtedly has great expectations to fulfill, as a Kickstarter product, as a board game, and as a Dark Souls IP. In this review, we delve deep into the darkness to search for embers that may kindle the flame that is Dark Souls The Board Game.

Dark Souls The Board Game: Prepare to Paint

Dark Souls: The Board Game has started to ship to many different countries in the past week and a half. Many Kickstarter backers have received their copies, some in pristine condition, while others containing broken figures or missing pieces altogether. Others, like myself, have yet to receive any type of shipping notification. Continue reading “Dark Souls The Board Game: Prepare to Paint”