This is an overview and my impressions of my first Infinity tournament; Northern Open 3, hosted by Infinity Northern Alliance.
So, with a little bit of nervousness and a fair amount of excitement, last Saturday I set off to Leeds at 7.30am. Continue reading
Well it’s the night before my first ever Infinity tournament: Northern Open 3, at Leeds. I have been frantically getting my stuff together, tokens, tape measure, dice, double checking my bag in general waiting for the last coat of matt varnish to dry on my models so they can be packed away.
I don’t expect anything much from my gaming ability, new game system, first tournament, zero list building experience, zero tournament mission experience. However I do hope I can give a good showing in the painting department with this little lot:
Sadly I never got round to even getting my last two models needed for the lists built never mind painted. But I’ll take them with me, so in between rounds I can at least get them put together. I am guessing I’ll have plenty of free time, having been slaughtered pretty quickly in each round.
Right better find out the directions for where I am going 🙂
After posting my Pathfinder Dronbot up on-line, I got a lot of positive comments about the base it is mounted on. I figured I would do a small series of articles about how I go about making the bases for my Infinity models. This is the last of a series of 3 posts talking about my Infinity base toppers.
- “Basing my Infinity: Part 1“
- “Basing my Infinity: Part 2“
- Painting bases.
Hopefully I’ll show you how I went about creating the bases that I am using on my Panoceania models.