Using Epoxy To Make Realistic Eyes

Here is an article on using epoxy to make some cool looking eyes. Beyond the horror applications, however, I think the same technique could be used to make some very nice looking markers for wargames.

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Convicts & Cthulhu

Convicts and Cthulhu is a Call of Cthulhu supplement set in the Australian Penal Colony. From the product description:

Convicts & Cthulhu is a sourcebook designed to allow Call of Cthulhu Keepers and players to run scenarios and campaigns set in the penal colonies of early Australia. It particularly targets the historical period from 1795 to 1810, a time in which law and order played second-fiddle to greed and corruption. This was the depraved era which led ultimately to Australia’s first (and only) military uprising: the Rum Rebellion!

Brains: The Hunger

Pictors Studio offers Brains: The Hunger, a simple set of rules to:

simulate skirmish combat between a group of college students (or high school football players, or whatever) who are partying in a zombie infested field (or woods, or cemetery) and the zombies that are infesting them.

RIght off the bat, I have to say that these rules are not really historical. Everyone knows that the infamous Zombie infestation of 1978 started in a Pittsburgh Mall, not in some field with teenagers. Geesh. What are they thinking? Haven't they done their research. Next thing you know, they'll be trying to sell us zombie figures without the wide lapel shirts.

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Zombie Wars Boardgame

From Invisible City Games comes Zombie Wars, a free zombie board game. Zombie Wars: "Undead warfare between two to four rival zombie masters rages in the streets of Smallton�"

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Zombie Speed Painting Tutorial

The problem with Zombie games is that you need so darn many of the things. Painting them becomes a logistical nightmare. Here's a tutorial on a zombie speed painting technique.

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