Stage Peinture 28-29 Septembre

Nouveau stage peinture (pinceaux) niveau confirmé prévu le Weekend du 28-29 Septembre à Bruxelles avec Niko Deze de Little Demon Studio. Il se donnera sur un buste 68mm Capt'n Sapo sculpté par Allan Carrasco disponible chez inclus dans le prix du stage - 175€. Voici le guide complet du participant avec tous les détails.... Continue Reading →


Stage Peinture – Aérographe – 18-19 Mai 2019

Il est temps d'annoncer le prochain Stage Peinture/Aérographe à Bruxelles le 18-19 Mai 2019. Hutif (voir L'atelier d'Hutif) revient nous voir avec une nouvelle formule: 150€/personnes (figurine inclus) pour 15 heures de cours avec maximum 10 participants sur 2 journées. Comme d'habitude, voici le guide du participant avec tous les détails pratiques. Les informations complémentaires... Continue Reading →

Stage Peinture 20-21 Octobre

Bonjour à tous ! Le 20-21 Octobre nous allons peindre de la figurine chez moi pour 2x jours de formations avec Hutif. Bien connue dans le monde de la peinture, l’Atelier d’Hutif, avec Hutif qui nous donnera conseils, techniques et explications pour un niveau débutant et intermédiaire au pinceau. Vous ne la connaissez pas encore... Continue Reading →

Game Buzz: Castell

Boards and Bees

Here’s a great example of board games educating me about the world:

image by BGG user W Eric Martin

Castell is a recent game from designer Aaron Vanderbeek and publisher Renegade Game Studios.  2-4 players can participate in this game that is all about the Catalan tradition of building human towers.  I did not know this was a thing, but it’s huge in the Catalan region of Spain.  Take a look:

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It is amazing to me how many people get involved in this.  Look at that crowd.  Not only that, look how many people are willing to a) climb up that high, and b) support all that weight.  There’s a definite process – a bunch of people form the base, then more people stack up.  The lighter people form the top, with the lightest (usually a child) climbing up to complete the castell by holding up four…

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Star Wars: Legion – First impressions

Meeples & Miniatures

I had the chance over the past few days to play a couple of games of the long-anticipated new miniature wargame from Fantasy Flight GamesStar Wars: Legion.

This is the fourth miniatures wargame that FFG have produced, following on from X-Wing and Armada in the Star Wars universe, plus the fantasy battle game Runewars.

Last Thursday evening, store owner Ian Mann invited us over to Boards & Swords Hobbies in Derby to play the game for the first time. I ended up taking on the Great Guru himself (which was a bit of a surprise, as Mr. Luff is not known as a fan of Star Wars) whilst ‘my other mate Dave’ observed and heckled.


As you might expect from Fantasy Flight Games, the components are, with the odd exception, excellent. The miniatures look great – they are around 32mm in size (the same size as…

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