Brigade has released a new Nef, and a monster it is!
Today we’re unveiling a new Aeronef model, and our largest to date in this range. The Langley is an American carrier which supports up to 18 fighters in its capacious hangars. It’s well equipped with anti-fighter batteries for self-defence, although with nothing in the way of offensive armament.
The model has been computer designed and 3D printed, but styled to fit in with the existing models in the US fleet.
The Langley is available on its own, or in a pack complete with escorts, fighters and bases. The new anti-fighter turrets are also available in a pack of 12, along with a second circular AA turret – ideal for conversions or upgrades to your existing models.
Whats the humdrum about Chaps? Adventures into Victorian Science Fiction and Steampunk with ramblings about Aeronefs, Dirigibles, Land Ironclads, Anarchists, Dinosaur Hunting, Terranefs, Aquanefs, Mad Scientists, and all manner of electric contraptions and steam conveyances. It may not make sense, but there will be claret and a nice cheese board at the end. Tally-Ho and "Vôtre dans une sauce au vin blanc!"
Saturday, 18 July 2015
Saturday, 11 July 2015
Nemo's War - Art Sneak Peak
The artist for the forthcoming release of the second edition of VPG's Nemo's War has released some sneak peaks of some of the artwork. These are samples of the Adventure Cards for the new game. Those who have played the first edition can see what a vast improvement these are, and I think the new version will have a great aesthetic.
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