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Photo Friday: Homage

My last Photo Friday focused on some art shots of Blood Rage miniatures and I hinted that there was both inspiration and purpose behind it. Today, I showcase what that was all about by emulating one of my favorite pieces of board game art, Vincent Dutrait’s Blood Rage poster from Boardgamegeek’s Artist Series #1.

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Photo Friday: Blood Rage

A favorite game of mine recently had a revitalizing Kickstarter to enter the digital range. I’m not sure how well a digital port of the game will do but the Blood Rage Digital campaign also offered some physical extras as well. Even though no rewards have been delivered yet, I started thinking about this game again and decided to shoot some new images.

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Photo Friday: Inspirational Film

This Friday, I took an unused photo from my Test of Honour board image run and over-processed it with some Illustrator work.

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Photo Friday: Boarding Parties

For Photo Friday this week, I pull another classic off the shelf: Broadsides and Boarding Parties.

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Photo Session: Race Day

Pulling out some games from the dusty shelf, I decided if they aren’t getting played, they at least can be photographed.  Up first is the 1967 3M game, Regatta.

And then the newer Chariot Race from Eagle-Gryphon Games.

Cold Hearted Orb Rules The Night

I picked up this great little toy the other day and had a little fun with it setting up a few Test of Honour pics.

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Photo Session: Paternity

With most of my stuff getting packed away, I decided to work on another gaming photo for the month. Last time, I was messing around with light for the Batman Miniature Game. This time around, I lighten things up with a little inside joke in Z-man’s classic worker-placement game, Stone Age.

Paternity

Photo Session: Bat Signal

Russ Spears’ comment on my Laser reminded me that I did grab a cheap Batsignal off Amazon for my Batman Minis Game. It works really well and I decided to mess around with some photo setups.

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