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Trogdorian Grey

Member Since 13 May 2005
Offline Last Active Aug 19 2011 01:55 PM

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Free Miniatures Wargame

15 March 2010 - 05:35 PM

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I've been developing this game over the past several months, and have the website mostly finished.

www.flipitpapercombat.com

Its the only miniatures game I know of where the whole ting is free. Rules, Miniatures, and Scenery (I need to upload the buildings to the website). You just go to the website, download the pdf rulebook, and print the peices to build your army.

I made this mainly for a few friends of mine who wanted to get into tabletop wargaming, but didn't have the cash to drop on stuff like Warhammer, Warmachine, or Flames of War. Also, I had stopped making Hamheadz, and needed a new papercrafting outlet.

Let me know what you think. I'm still updating the game and adding in new peices whenever I can, so any critiques and ideas help.

Doubled Recon With Twin Drums

13 March 2010 - 06:02 PM

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So I've had this idea for a while now, and finally got it working. I have two modded Recons fused together side by side linked to the same handle and trigger. I also got the Raider drum to work flipped to either side, so each one can have a 35 round drum.
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It's heavy, but not as unweildly as you'd think, and cocking it isn't much of a problem. The locks on the slide and clip catch are removed, so you can clear jams easier. I toyed around with having the trigger fire one barrel with half a pull and the other all the way, but it was too unreliable, so for now they both fire at once.
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I'm still doing a bit of body work to it, and then it's going to be painted. Also, a bit of warning for people who try to make this: A) It's expensive. $30 each for 2 Raiders and $20 each for 2 Recons makes it $100 retail. (You still get two clip-fed Raiders out of it in the end, but it's a lot of cash for blasters you're going to hack up)
B) There is a ton of work involved in getting everything linked together. Don't expect to finish it over one evening.

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and here's what I did to one of the Recons. They make good compact pistols when you chop down the barrel. I had to widen the jam door and make a side cocking slide to work in place of the foregrip pump.

My Custom Halo Transformer

02 March 2009 - 05:00 AM

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Ebay link

Figured you guys here at NH might get a kick out of this. Just a project that I've been working on. Let me know what you think.

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Nerf Drum Fed Blaster?

07 February 2009 - 09:07 PM

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I apologize if this has already been brought up, but WHAT THE HECK IS THIS MONSTROSITY? Someone on another forum posted it (it was behind a picture of the Vulcan) and I enlarged it in Photoshop and cleaned up what I could. It seems shotgun style pumped with the orange handle, and if you look at the back of the massive drum you can see darts sticking out a bit, so I don't think it uses a belt. Judging by the number of darts seen on the first quadrant of the drum and assuming there is only 1 row on the outside it seems it would hold around 30, and possibly disconnects to reload. This would mean you could use streamline clips as well, I hope, a doubled clip giving it the appearance of a Brittish Sten rifle. This MIGHT be based on the design of the Raider CS-6 from the N-strike game.

Papercraft Superheroes

07 May 2008 - 07:11 PM

I saw some papercraft guns on here a while back, and that got me into paper crafting again. So I made up a template and a bunch of designs based on Marvel Superheroes. These are simple as far as paper crafting goes, and only use one sheet apiece. If anyone wants to, you can see them HERE.

I call them Ham Headz because the first comment I got on them was "Good lord, Wolverine's head looks like a can of deviled ham!". and yeah, it kind of does, so I started calling them that. Feel free to print them out and build some yourself.

Edited to host on Photobucket.

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