And we’re already into Thursday. The week continues along, speeding at full pace to that weekend that I know I love so much. Plus, it’s game day up at the library. So I’ve got that going for me. How about you? Any gaming planned this weekend Does it involve terrain? If it does, let’s make that terrain table look just a little bit better.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Shipping Container Bridge Available From Mechanical Warhorse, New Grimdark Signs from Tabletop Scenics, Volkano Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, Heroic Maps Releases Fenherrick Monastery & Salt Marsh Maps, and Deep-Cut Studio teams up with Steamforged Games to releases official game mats for Guild Ball.
We knew it was going to happen. The weekend has ended and we’re back at the start of the work week. I had an exceedingly productive weekend of cleaning the den (though, for a while, I thought I was going to just sit at a railroad crossing forever, as the train that was on the tracks simply stopped, and there was no real way to turn around). But getting things done was definitely had. And as we start this week, we look forward to next weekend, and the games we’ll hopefully play, and the terrain we might be using in those games.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Infinity Terrain From Warsenal, New Viking Buildings From Acheson Creations, Battlefields Normandy Bocage Map Available From Heroic Maps, and Big Book of Battle Mats Now Available.
As I was expecting, Wednesday took its dear, sweet time. I remember looking at the clock after having done some proofing of a couple articles and working on some product sheets and going, “wait… it’s only 10:30am? How!?!” Ah well, it did eventually end, and it included going to that Brazilian place I’ve mentioned before (Picanha forever!). So that brings us to Thursday, and with it being Thursday, we need to make your gaming tables look better.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Tree Trunks Available From Terrain Factory, Castle of the Holy Sands Available From Heroic Maps, The Lodestone Modular Magnetic Wargaming Tabletop Building Terrain Up On Kickstarter, New Reinforced Walls Available From Tabletop Scenics, and Darkburg Map Available From Pwork Wargame.
The week continues along. As is usual for me, it seems as though Wednesday took an eternity. But now it’s gone and I can continue to just focus on wanting to get to the weekend. D&D will be had. Not sure if this group uses much terrain in their games, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still talk about good-looking tables.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Games06 Creating Game Mats and Magnetic Scenery, New Release for Terra-Block Urban Block / Shopping Mall, Modular Kit: Desert City – Houses Available From Heroic Maps, Ships: The Queen of Swords Available From Heroic Maps, Ships: The Bloody Sunrise Available From Heroic Maps, Forge of the Fire Hammer Available From Heroic Maps, Deep-Cut Studio releases official game mat for Pacific Rim: Extinction by River Horse, and Warzone Studio Releases Saraha Game Mat.
Happy Monday, everyone! It’s a new month. Can you believe that 1/4 of the year is already over? How time flies. I know what really flew by was the weekend. I swear, it was Friday about 45min ago. But this upcoming weekend will hopefully arrive just as quickly, and I’ll be able to get my new character out and take them for a spin. But, before then, we’ve gotta get there, and that means making your tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Temple Shrine and Walls From Sarissa Precision and New Cobblestone Road Segments From Frontline Games.
It must be a Thursday. I never could get a handle on Thursdays. Honestly, last night at several points, I thought, “Well, tomorrow’s Friday.” Oh was I not happy when I would remember, “wait… no… it’s only Thursday.” Kinda feel sorry for the day. It’s like, “hey there, day-that’s-not-quite-Friday. Thanks for seemingly just extending out the week some.” But it’s really not Thursday’s fault. It didn’t ask for this. And I think this metaphor has gone on long enough. Let’s talk about some terrain.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Viking Stone House Available From Acheson Creations, Terrains4Games Easter Sale Happening Now, and Ice Planet Game Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
Well, it’s Monday. I’m sure a lot of you out there are recovering from Adepticon. As you know, I didn’t go. Instead, I was busy making 3 new types of cookies (well, new to me, anyway. Snickerdoodles, White Chocolate & Macadamia Nut, and Jammie Dodgers aren’t brand-new types of cookies in the world). And now I’m getting ready to tell you about the quick Terrain Corner we’ve got.
Today: Arid Plain: Fantasy Gaming Mat from Pwork Wargames
Hello, Saturday Eve Eve. At least, that’s what I think of when I think of Thursday. I also start thinking about what I’m going to do over the weekend. Not long ago, I base-coated my Hunter’s Guild. They might just end up with some more colors besides flat black on them. Also, gonna try making Jammie Dodgers. We’ll see how that goes. But whatever I do, I also need to share terrain news with you. So let me do that now.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Sarissa Precision Cricket Pavilion Set Available, Post Apocalypse Terrain Up On Kickstarter, New Modular Shopping Mall Board from Sally 4th, and New Industrial MDF Scenery Available From Pwork Wargame.
Aaaaaaand we loop around to Monday.
No, I’m not really a fan of it, either. But, that’s the way the world works. We can still try and make the most of it by thinking about next weekend and the gaming that will (hopefully) be had. And with that gaming probably comes terrain.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Lord of the Rings Playmats Available From Fantasy Flight and New official Frostgrave Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
It’s slow going, ladies and gentlemen, but we’ll make it to that weekend eventually! I mean, time goes forward, right? Right?!
I don’t know, maybe it’s because I’m waiting on some packages in the mail, but it seems like this week’s taking an eternity. The last couple zipped by. This week? Not so much. But we just gotta hang on and we’ll make it there.
Plus, this weekend is Board Game Day up at the library. And while most don’t use much in the way of terrain, that doesn’t mean we can’t all enjoy terrain for whatever games you might be playing this weekend.
Today in the Terrain Corner, we have: Fantasy Flight Games Announces Two New Game Mats For Star Wars: Legion and New MDF Scenery Kits From Pwork Wargame.
Hey everyone out there in Internet Land. For those here in the States (besides Florida), how’re you handling the time change? Being a morning person already, it wasn’t so bad for me. I actually felt that much of yesterday was later than it actually was (so, the opposite of what you’d expect). I’d be going, “wait, it’s not 4:30 yet?” when it was actually something like 1:30. But I’m getting the hang of it. Anyway, we need to make sure your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Fantasy Flight Games Announces Priority Supplies and Barricades for Star Wars: Legion, North Pass Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, The Lost Islands 3D printable Terrain for RPG and Wargames Up On Kickstarter, and The Hall of Portals Gaming Map Available From Heroic Maps.
The work week continues along. I hope yours is going well. Mine’s had bits here and there, but more good than “meh.” So that’s always nice. Busy as always, of course, and so it feels the week’s been going by quickly. Always that new project to work on, it seems. Speaking of projects, I’m sure many of you are out there making great-looking gaming tables. Let’s help out with that.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Urban Sector Game Mat Available From Pwork Wargame and Acheson Creations Releases New Base Camp Fortifications.
Man, this weekend just flew by. I always kinda hope the work week does, but not so much the weekend. I like those to stick around for a bit. Well, here’s to hoping that this week goes by quick and then time slows down once more when we get to Saturday. In the meantime, let’s make your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Cosmic Game Mats Available From Deep-Cut Studio, West Land: Fantasy Gaming Mat Available from Pwork Wargames, and Forge Transport Platform Available From Tabletop Scencis.
We’re already at Thursday. I don’t know about you, but my week’s going by quickly. Obviously, that’s not a complaint. Sure, I’ve been busy with proofing and writing stuff, but that’s how the days go, anyway. But I’m always looking forward to the weekend, as you well know. Probably going to do some board gaming on Saturday, but we’ll see. In the meantime, we’ve gotta get your gaming tables looking good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Up-sized Bunny Kingdom Boards Available from iello, New Mechanicum Stairs Available From Tabletop Scenics, and New Necromunda Terrain Available From Tyr Terrain.
It’s Monday. I hope your weekend was well spent. Here’s how I spent much of my weekend. Yes, there are plenty of mistakes that you can see even in that wide show. It’s been about 3 years since I painted anything, and before that, I wasn’t that great. But hey, they’re painted. It’s all about making your table look good. And having good terrain will also do that.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Amera Plastics Releases New 28mm styled North African Desert Building, Heroic Maps Celebrating 6 Months of their Patreon Map of the Month Club, and Dust Town Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
The weekend continues to draw ever-closer. Another couple days and we’ll be there. I hope you have gaming plans. I’m a bit up in the air at the moment. But that’s alright. Even if nothing fully materializes, I’m thinking I might work on painting the first minis that I’ll have painted in several years. It’d be my Fisherman Guild for Guild Ball (at least the main 7 players I choose). Wish me luck. But, in the meantime, as I contemplate making my figures look better on the table, let’s make those tables look better, themselves.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Terra-Former Passageway Tile Kit From Sally 4th, Combat Plaza: SciFi Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargames, and Brigade Models – Small Scale Walled Farms now Available.
I know, this seems like it should be a Terrain Corner type of post. But by the time we get to Thursday, it’ll be all over. So, if you want to get yourself some free terrain from Corvus Belli and Plastcraft, you’d need to go and get your name put in the hat today.
Happy Cheap Candy Day!
Quick! Before the stores swap out everything for Easter stuff, go grab yourself some red-tinted and heart-shaped boxes of goodies for less than you’d usually spend!
And with the money you saved on that candy, you can go get yourself some new terrain for your gaming table.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Heroic Maps – Day & Night: The Temple of Love Now Available, Candleholder set and kit Available From Tabletop-Art, and Deadland Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
So… it’s Monday.
Maybe we shouldn’t dwell on that, but, instead remember the games we all (hopefully) played on the weekend. Heck, my gaming started before I even left the office on Friday with a game of the Bloodborne Card Game. Then a game of Guild Ball on Saturday. Always wanting to get in more games of that. Plus, there’s always looking forward to next weekend’s games… and the terrain they’ll be using. And with that, we go to the Terrain Corner.
Today we have: Anvil Eight Previews Rhommox Faction Pylon, ShipWorks 3d Printable Ship Terrain Up on Kickstarter, Operation Alpha: SciFi Gaming Mat Available from Pwork Wargame, and Return Of The Gaming Mat From Battlefront.
It’s another Thursday. Still haven’t gotten a handle on Thursdays. But we’ll make it through to the weekend soon. Just gotta put our heads down and power through. It’s a quick Terrain Corner for you today.
We’ve got: Resin Cast Mob Football Goals Up On Kickstarter
Well, not every day can be the weekend, I suppose. You need a week to have a weekend. And if you have something, then you have the start of something. So, as it happens, Monday is the start of the week.
Ok, so my overly-long-winded way of saying, “It’s Monday again” is out of the way, let’s get to those terrain articles.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Sally 4th Plot Point of the Month – Chinese Altar, Hartenstein Hotel Available From Warlord Games, and Hellgate Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
Ooof, it was not the best of weekends, having been sick. Thankfully, even though it’s still pretty early in the morning (as I’m typing this up, anyway), I’m feeling better now. I think I turned a corner on it overnight. We’ll see how the rest of the day goes. I need to heal up. Gotta be ready for my friend to come over next weekend and do some gaming. Also, we’ve got our regular terrain feature for you today.
In the Terrain Corner we’ve got: Axolote Tiles Up On Kickstarter and Woodland Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
Well… I’m sick. Woke up this morning feeling worse than I went to bed last night. So, if you get a virus alert when you look at TGN today, just wipe it down with some Lysol and you’ll be fine. (ok, actually, if you get a virus alert when you open up TGN, lemme know because that means something’s seriously wrong O,o)
So, while I chug this orange juice, work on this bottle of Dayquil, and heat up another bowl of soup, you should check out these terrain articles.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Overpass Available From Battlefront, Heroic Maps – Modular Kit: Dry Ravine Bundle Now Available, New Pulp Era Caravan kit from Sally 4th, Brigade Models Releases New 6mm SF Buildings, and Heroic Maps – Drabdon City Sewer Now Available
Well, it’s back to the old grindstone. But we’ll always have the memories of the weekend that just went by. I hope you got some gaming in. I did. I tried out Photosynthesis, as well as taught Guild Ball to a friend. It was a good time had by all. But now the focus is on next weekend, and whatever cool games I’ll be playing then. They might require terrain. And, if they do, I want it to look good. So, without further ado…
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Wild West Exodus Previews New Terrain, Fantasy Flight Games Releases Playmat For Twilight Imperium, New Dunes Planet Space Gaming Mat Available From Deep-Cut Studio, and New Plastic Box Sets Available From Tabletop-Art.
The weekend’s almost here! As always, I really can’t wait. A friend’s coming in from out of town to hang out and play games for a week or so. It’s Game Day up at the Milton Library this Saturday (if you’re in the Atlanta area, be sure to stop by and say hi). Since we’ll be gaming, there will be some terrain out there. And we want that terrain to look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: TinkerTurf Terain Up On Kickstarter, New Containers and Crates Available From Tabletop Scenics, New MDF Terrain From Pwork Wargame, North Pass Gaming Mat Available from Pwork Wargame, and Wyrd Previews New Terrain.
Ok, now I can finally talk about Thursday’s Terrain Corner, because it’s actually Thursday. While I still woke up thinking it was Friday, my mind’s recalibrated and it actually does feel like a Thursday (being in my Thursday shirt helps, though I was also in my Wednesday shirt yesterday and that still had me feeling off, so there’s that). Anyway, with a long weekend for many of us coming up, I hope you’ll have some time to game. And, when gaming, it’s good to have good looking gaming tables.
In the Terrain Corner today we have: New Kits Available To Pre-order From Plastcraft, New Battle Map Available For for Memoir ’44, MapForge Battle Map Creator Up On Indiegogo, and Dark Gotham Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
So, there’s currently a storm absolutely blanketing the East coast in all sorts of wintery weather. Stay safe out there, everyone. Might just want to hunker in the bunker and play some games. And while it might be too late to get these terrain pieces for the current winter weather storm, you might just want to pick them up for the next time you get snowed in.
Today in the Terrain Corner we’ve got: Industrial Ruins Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, Heroic Maps – Castillo de la Costa Rocosa Bundle Now Available, and Tabletop Scenics Previews New Terrain.
The work week continues on. I hope yours is going well. It’s certainly busy over here, but such is the end of the year. Lots of exciting products coming out next year to work on. But it’s not only future things, but things available now. In fact, let’s make sure your gaming tables look good for any minis you might be getting in the next week.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Website and Products Available From DerekPages, New Orc Strongpoint Available From Tabletop Scenics, and RPG Fantasy Maps Up On Kickstarter.
Back in the office after a busy weekend. How busy? Well, I made 2 fruitcakes, 2 batches of chocolate chip cookies, 2 batches of gingerbread cookies, 2 batches of cinnamon nuts, and then 1 batch each of salted caramel dark chocolate brownies, chip ‘n’ mint cookies, nutmeg sugar cookies with egg nog frosting, candy cane cookies, and an extra batch of that egg nog frosting to put on the other cookies. … Like I said, I was busy.
So, while my coworkers chow down on the fruit(cakes) of my labor, let’s get your gaming tables looking good.
Today we have: Wyrd Previews New Terrain, New Footbridges and Road bridges from Sally 4th, Heroic Maps – Giant Maps: Ice Base Khione Now Available, and Erdhexe Battlemat Now Available From Warzone Studio.
It’s not just any Thursday. It’s also the anniversary of my first post on TGN. 6 years ago, I told you about the new plastic Warp Wolf kit coming from Privateer Press. That was 26,284 posts ago. Oh, how times change. What will the future hold? It’s hard to say. But I do have shades.
I also have a couple stories to make sure your gaming table looks better than it did back in 2011.
In the Terrain Corner today we have: Roman Buildings Bundles Available From Warlord Games, Heroic Maps – Storeys: Scrivener Street, New Fence Pieces Available From Acheson Creations, Gunfighter’s Ball Wild West Mat Stretch Goal Added To Kickstarter, and New Underhive game mat release from Deep-Cut Studio.
I survived the Snowpocalypse here in Atlanta. And I’m one of the lucky ones that never lost power (for more than just a flicker, anyway). I’ve got some friends that are still without. Hopefully they’ll get it back soon. And I hope all of you had a chance to enjoy the winter wonderland (if it occurred near you). And while I can’t say that these terrain stories will turn your gaming table into a winter wonderland, they will make them look nice.
Today we have: Tabletop Scenics Caption Contest Happening Now, Two Holiday Playmats Available From Fantasy Flight, Power VTT Launches Asset Subscription For Battlemap Building, and Sally 4th Running Modern African Wargames Terrain Kickstarter.
This week just continues to roll along. There’s now 2 of us in the office with Santa hats on. And we’ve got Burl Ives playing on the radio. It’s a good time had by all.
It’s also getting really cold out. Being proper Atlantans, the mere mention of cold weather, and a tiny prospect for precipitation, has sent people into a panic. But while people hole up in their homes, preparing to be snowed in for centuries (we might get a bit of cold rain), best to make sure whatever gaming tables you’ve got with you look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Concrete Play Mat From Deep-Cut Studio
Back in the office after a busy weekend. Heck, I was just here the other day, helping to pick and pack orders (or “the ol’ P’ n’ P'” as they apparently don’t call it, much to my disappointment). But it’s back to the regular desk (at least for now), making news posts. That includes letting you know about terrain to make your tables look great.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Happy Seppuku Running MagRelief Kickstarter and Heroic Maps – Christmas Countdown Week 1.
Thursday, Thursday, Thursday… never could get a handle on Thursdays. I certainly enjoy them, as it means we’re getting close to the weekend, but we’re obviously not quite there yet. So, it’s like, “Woo! Almost-weekend-eve!” Ah well, we’ll get there in time. But before then, we need to make your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Final Days for Kongo Afrika Kickstarter and Deep-Cut Studio launches unique service to make game mats with hexes or grids.
So, I’m back in the office after one of the greatest Thanksgiving breaks I’ve ever had. Thursday I was at my friend’s place. We gamed. We had turkey. We watched football. It was amazing. Friday, I had friends over at my place for Thanksgiving 2: Thank Harder. We games more. We had more turkey. We… didn’t watch football, but we did play Mario Kart… which is nothing like football, but still… And then Saturday I went to a game shop in Alabama to play Guild Ball and put together a Gundam model, then went out for authentic German food. Sunday I rested (I really needed it by then).
It. Was. Amazing.
And today, I’m back in the office, playing hella-catch-up because I basically didn’t touch anything work-related for around 96 hours. 😛
Anyway, lets get your gaming tables looking as good as our dinner tables from a couple days ago.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: DungeonWorks 3D Printed Terrain Up On Kickstarter and New 15mm Scale Meadow Battlefield From Deep-Cut Studio.