This incarnation of the merc with the mouth is life-sized!
If you can’t actually turn your home into a castle (dratted abundance of planning regulations and absence of gold) then you can at least have a house key befitting a knight.
The bundle comes with a digipak CD, a 24-page campaign booklet, 7 gamer dice (with the toxic crescent moon symbol), an 18″x9″ die-cut DM screen, 4 maps, 4 creature cards, 5 blank character sheets and each box will be hand-numbered.
Some geeks are brave. As much as this video is cool I’m not sure I’d be up for working with such high temperatures in such casual conditions. Would you? What would you make? The King of Random is typically impressive; pulling a Zelda like sword from the sands after using his home-made foundry to melt […]
Work with what you’ve got. That’s what Old Steel Art in Thailand did to create this impressive Hulk. He looks just as fierce as Hulk should do. Look at the detail! It’s hard to believe this Hulk is made from scrap metal until you get closer in and start to see the bolts. I wonder […]
It’s Batman meets Metal. In particular, this is ArhyBES’s take of Dethklok’s Face Fisted. Their “new” band is called Children of Batman and this remake is called Batface. You might not want to listen to this at work because, well, metal. And swearing. I like the arrangement of Red Hood, Robin and then Nightwing across […]
Out of the blue Mastodon’s music video for “High Road” features a geeky kid who stays at home to look after his gran. He’s also a roleplayer with an active imagination and a LARPer. As a metal video expect a couple of real-life twists. Worth a watch, I say.
This Gundam was created by carefully bending 95m of stainless steel wire. The result is a 1/100 RX-78-2 Gundam model. Via The Wonder.
Kreatworks, from Bangkok in Thailand, have a made-to-order metal work store on Etsy. It’s not cheap but is certainly worth a look. Take this dragon, for example, simply fantastic but it’ll set you back nearly $12,000.
I’m not normally a fan of death metal – but this one caught my attention. Perhaps it’s because it’s a good retelling of the traditional fantasy story of the work stressed goblin, bothered by co-workers while dreaming about getting the girl. I wonder why they call this track “No One Survives”? Fan? There’s a Facebook […]