I’ve seen plenty of blog and forum posts that utilize photobucket or similar photo sharing sites. These sites have recently started to restrict such sharing to other sites. Honestly, I’ve always though these sites were poor products at best. Adding this new restriction makes them less than desirable. Start a blog. Your (free) blog will hapilly accept documents such as PDFs and MS Word Doc files as well as most graphical formats.
In the same vein, I often do research into games to see if it is something I’d like to play. I see plenty of battle reports with wonderful game boards and well painted miniatures. In general, most tend to lack any sort of detail about the game being played, often there is no mention of even the game title! Please add some context. If it is a battle report, give us the game being played! If it is a review, give us some details about how the game plays…game mechanics and so forth. A simple “it gives a good game” doesn’t really tell anyone anything.
I received my copy of Sellswords and Spellslingers” by Ganesha Games the other day. It is designed as a solo or cooperative game and scales up nicely for multiple players. It is sort of an RPG lite style game similar to Frostgrave but you are not limited to playing just a wizard character. You may lay any character you can think of and any will be viable options for the game. Monsters are governed by an event deck. Like Song of Blades and Heroes, you roll 1, 2 or 3 D20 and get 1 action for each 8+ rolled. each failure results in 1 event being drawn, always before the character gets to move! I will have a full report after the weekend.
I’ve finished up my Rolls Royce armored cars. Now I have 3 to form up the 11th Hussars for Rapid Fire. I had to scratch build the Bren and ATR. Normally I have several printed on a single template just in case I messed up. However, 2 of the 3 brens were used and this practice was a recent development. So I used the last bren as a guide and glued it to a piece of scrap card. I cute around the shape so one side was printed and the other white. Then I simply painted the white side black. It’s enclosed in the turret so you can’t actually tell. It also kept me from having to waste a piece of card just to print out a Bren that was only a half inch or so long.