15 March 2018

Rangers and unit cards for Muskets and Tomahawks

Speed painted, or rather re-painted some Rogers Rangers for "Muskets & Tomahawks". I got these as half painted/damaged paintjob models a while back and they have been in my drawers since forever. Since this was one of the few remaining units left to paint for the game I gave them a quick paintjob to be able to field 1-2 units of Rangers depending on unit-size.

I also made unit cards for Muskets and Tomahawks French, British and Indian Nations. 42 individual cards or a PDF document with all of them is available to download through my blog. Bear in mind that I did not cover every single unit profile in the game for each nation, and I also made some of the cards with fixed equipment and traits upgraded according to my own thematic preference. The collection of cards cover a lot of profiles however and can be a good start, you can make your own additions by using the cardsmith online tool which I have made a tutorial for HERE

You can download the cards below from my google drive HERE

14 March 2018

Goblin berserkers painted up

4 Goblin berserkers from Red Box Games painted up. Really like the models, they are bigger than the tiny goblins but not near being human or orc size. They will primarily be used for my Blood Eagle games.

10 March 2018

Make your own unit cards tutorial

Hi guys,

Since the unit cards were a popular post, and one of my readers asked if I could do a tutorial of how to make them, I put one together this evening.

The site I'm referring to in the video is this one: https://mtgcardsmith.com/

You don't need to register or log in in order to be able to create cards and save them to your computer.
In my video I also mention how you can edit the size of the cards for printing and sleeving.

08 March 2018

Blood Eagle: 57 custom made unit cards

I made a bunch of unit cards for Blood Eagle, similar to those I made for Frostgrave a while ago. The unit cards are a great way to quickly build your forces and to reference stats for all unit types and creatures on the table.

Unit cards are made with the "Magic the Gathering"-cardsmith and the artwork is from all over the internet. I'm not selling or making any profit otherwise from these cards, I simply made them for myself, and figured I could share them with others that are interested in using them.

Some of the profiles lack point specifications, these are "neutral" creatures that can't be included in warbands and that randomly appear on the table, or are part of an objective.

The 57 profiles cover most of my collection and include:

Aptrgangr and Draugr (undead)
Forest animals
Man eaters (orcs)
Jötunn (giants)
Dvergar (dwarfs)
Large monsters

To prepare them for printing you need to resize them to your desired format. My advice is that you drag and drop the pictures into a Microsoft Word document, then resize each picture according to the plastic sleeves that you're using.

In my case I'm using "Ultra Pro Deck Protector Sleeves with the size 66x91mm and with a black back.

You can download all the cards individually, or resized to 84,4mm x 60,5 mm from my google drive HERE

07 March 2018

Runestones for SAGA and Blood Eagle

Some home made runestones that I built for SAGA and Blood Eagle as objective markers and scatter terrain. They are made or real rock, plaster, plastic base and sand. I looked online for inspiration when I free hand painted the "carvings". Pretty happy with them.

28mm SAGA/Gripping Beast viking warrior for size comparison.

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