Wednesday 30 August 2023

Oxford Onslaught 2- Game 1 Pics

 Here are some pics from the first game of the recent tournament I organised, Oxford Onslaught 2. 

Monday 28 August 2023

Oxford Onslaught- Warhammer 40k GT

 Oxford Onslaught will be a 40-player, 2000 pts, matched play tournament (using the most up to date GT pack).

This event will be held at Drayton Village Hall (OX14 4LF) on Saturday 27th January-Sunday 28th January 2024. Click for a link to the Oxford Onslaught 3 facebook event page

Cost is £30 per person. The event will consist of five games of 40k at 2000 pts, following the Ark of Omens matched play rules (or latest edition, rulespack to follow). Reserve your place by paypal ( Please use Friends and Family option on paypal, or it charges a fee.
We will be submitting scores to ITC and UKTC tournament circuits.
Current timeline as as follows:
8.30-9.00 Registration
9.00-12.00 Game 1
12.00-1.00 Lunch
1.00-4.00 Game 2
4.00-4.15 Break
4.15-7.15 Game 3
9.00-12.00 Game 4
12.00-1.00 Lunch
1.00-4.00 Game 5
4.00-5.00 Prizes
The event uses a mixture of UKTC, GW and WTC terrain layouts. 

Club night 31

 Here are some pictures from our club night. 

Thursday 24 August 2023

Didcot Team Tournament

Later this year, we will be hosting the Didcot Team Tournament. This is a one-day event on Saturday 18th November 2023. 

This will consist of teams of 5 players, each playing a 2000 pts army. Cost is only £100 for a team of five. 

More info can be found on the Facebook page

Friday 18 August 2023

3D-printed Ork terrain

This week, I have some 3D-printed Ork terrain that I painted up for the Ork board at the gaming club. These were a really nice set that I ordered off ebay, which were a good quality print with little clean up required. I painted these up in a similar style to the GW Ork ruins. 

First was a basecoat of a dark brown. Then I painted in the coloured sections with acrylic paints, using green, black, blue and red sections. After that, I used Ryza rust in various sections, then drybrushed it with Leadbelcher to finish it off.