It’s been a while since I’ve put up any photos of my projects (because it’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to do much work on any of them mainly). I just finished the painting on my first Malifaux miniature tonight, an undead lady of the night. I still need to decorate the base, but the painting itself is done.
I am especially excited about this interview. We managed to get an interview with Nathan Caroland of Wyrd Miniatures. Nathan is one of the co-creators of Malifaux. He answered questions about himself and about Malifaux, and was even willing to share some of his painting work with us.
You might have heard of Malifaux already. It’s the new tabletop skirmish game from Wyrd Miniatures that uses no dice. That’s right, you don’t have to roll a single die to play this game. You might be asking “How do you play a tabletop game without dice?” Well, you use a deck of cards instead. It’s a bit different than traditional tabletop games.
So how well does it work? I was a bit skeptical at first, but also somewhat excited at the idea of something new and different. Can a deck of cards really replace dice and still make a fun and interesting game? After playing a few games I can confidently say that yes, a tabletop game without dice can work (and work well)! Let me explain.
It’s about time for another interview. This time we’ve got UnderBheit. UnderBheit received the third place Bronze Tom award as well as several honorable mentions in the Golden Tom 2008 competition. More recently he has been painting and playing something that’s had my interest, Malifaux.