I posted this last year, but in case anyone didn’t see it or wants to find it again (wish there was a stickie that appeared each year after Thanksgiving and disappeared after Christmas), here is a World War 2 Christmas themed playlist to play as a background to your A&A games:
I’ve also found it to be a neat thing to play in the background while hanging around the house, though my wife’s not too fond of it. Enjoy!
This pic is of IL’s map and I am making a custom table for these smaller 1 on 1 games. Will have the wing affect on end like my 2 custom gaming tables with 1 dice box and battle boards. I will post pics when I get it done. Guys in group looking to play this game.
I’ll be able to take it anywhere I want to play.
Yes IL I know about the flooring. Just ain’t around. I’m still looking.
@scmods said in Axis and allies classic enhanced 2.0:
Your pieces look great.
What kind/brand of paint did you use?
Did you brush paint or use an airbrush?
Thanks! This video should answer everything but in short I used Tamiya’s spray paints except for the Japanese. They got the airbrush.
––My friend,…I DO NOT want to hear from you for a month! Please go and take care of your important personal business. I wish you and your soon-to-be wife THE BEST!
––We’ll talk about paint jobs in a month (or so).
Here’s my best wishes to your future happiness.
Haha… I will do my best on that front. Thanks again for the well wishes. I will keep the German aircraft safe at home for the time being.
Yeah that’s understandable. I’m the same too with the bulk of pieces already painted it really takes a new HBG expansion set to get my brushes out again. Or right now my buddy and I are trying out Guadalcanal for the first time. And I noticed the US start out with a generous amount of b17 fortresses so I wanted to repaint some for the game. Well whenever you get inspired again I will look forward to more showcases from you.
I hope I can get to it… maybe after a few things clear out of my schedule in the coming weeks. I always feel the need to paint when I see the cool stuff you guys are working on.