Ruins

One of the games I enjoyed a lot at GamesDay 2007 was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

There was some fantastic scenery such as this ruined house.

It was all the little details that made the game for me such the wonderful details. Such as the wallpaper and the fireplace inside the ruined building.

Great War British Infantry

Excellent stuff.

You can see many more pictures of the game on my website.

Destroyed Tank

One of the games I enjoyed a lot at GamesDay 2007 was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

It was all the little details that made the game for me such as this destroyed World War One tank.

Mk IV Tank Male slowly trundles forward crushing the barbed wire obstacles in its path.

Rusting away amongst the trenches giving cover to the advanced forces.

You can see many more pictures of the game on my website.

Stop the pigeon!

One of the games I enjoyed a lot at GamesDay 2007 was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

It was all the little details that made the game for me such as this carrier pigeon vignette.

Again it is the little touches, here an artillery spotter releases a homing pigeon.
Again it is the little touches, here an artillery spotter releases a homing pigeon.

You can see many more pictures of the game on my website.

Fantastic fantasy scenery from the talented hands of Dave Andrews…

In the most recent UK White Dwarf, issue 325, January 2007, was a battle report.

Battle Report: March of the Damned: We take two of Warhammer game’s toughest characters and pitch them headlong into mortal combat with one another. Will the evil of Manfred Von Carstein win out, or will the nobility of Kurt Helborg take the day?

This battle report featured three superb fantasy buildings, alas though they were shown in a few photographs, they were quite difficult to see. It was promised that more would be seen in the next issue of White Dwarf.

I was lucky to take photographs of all three buildings at GamesDay 2006. So here they are a month before White Dwarf.

I have posted two of the buildings before on the blog.

The buildings are from the talented hands of Dave Andrews and include this observatory.

Observatory by Dave Andrews

A wonderful boat building combination.

Also a building with some wierd undead type thing on the roof.

They are really well done and very Warhammer’ish.

Pity that we won’t see Forgeworld versions!