Our Game is a Handful.

Our Game is a Handful.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

The "Sea Cups"

The Sea Cups a recent acquisition by pair of entrepreneurial brothers has been a little more than a handful for her new investors. Previously Dutch crockery kilnmen the Van Utters, sold their family business and set sail for the west Indies in search of a better market to peddle their jugs. To honor their former trade they christen the Sea cups after their previous holdings in the Delftware "Double Tankard" factory where the pair apprenticed. Although thought of as pair of boob's by their less than enthusiastic crew, firm profits have kept the crew more than aroused about their next grope at fortune.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

The Pinnace "ENVY"

The Pinnace Envy skippered by the enigmatic yet strangely effeminate self Commissioned Major Crimson Flow terrorizes the shoals of the Virgin Island about every 28 days. Leaving no survivors and staining the seas with blood, Major Flow has waged a curious war against the East India Trading company's New world coco production bound for markets in Western Europe. Much speculation has flourished about this sea Musketeer's identity and eclectic targets but no evidence points to any local man as an able hand on the pinnace.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

The schooner "Orator"

It's said that the Shcooner Orator has offered service under more colors than an Antiguain bar maid.

seaman Poole

Captain Harry Snatch at the helm.

Flying the Lible Roger

Monday, January 25, 2010

Documenting progress,

Lost Island Falls.
I placed a micro humidifier behind the falls to make a mist effect for the water fall.

The Port Cullis
Still waiting for some of the washes to dry the Dutch trade outpost is almost done. Mostly needing detail work, I posted these for the followers that are wondering where to trade cargo in the upcoming game.
Stopping for sleep, 96hours until "P" day.

The Brute Alley Tea House. , whipping you up a good hot drink to stave off the cold.
Try the pound cake.

nearly done on the lost Mayan Adventure. Weird part is it's really not even that important to the rest of the game. Just a side adventure for those who want to venture over there. the pictures stink because I only used an iphone to grab them. better photos later when it is finished.

Yea he can't tie one stink'n knot but man he can climb ratlin's

A busy Saturday.

Lost Mayan Temple.
This is a combined effort project by Steve Hobbs and myself. Steve built the Island from foam and a compound by the Foam Factory website that puts a hard shell over the structure. He also built the bridge. I'm the waterfall builder and I am currently working on the forests.

Markers for the Pirate game......

This post is just documenting the progress of the game board for Fist Full of Seamen. Official posts later. Most of the buildings were pre-fab with the exception of the Caribbean Buildings from Brigade Games and Games of War .

French port day 1

French port day 1

Port Manteau day 1
Day 1

Jungle View of Church
French port Day 2

Port Manteau Day 2

Day 2 both ports

Flocking Around the Clock (day 3)

More Flocking Pictures (day 3)

Flock this Place I'm Going to bed. (day 3)

Next on Survivor Cannibal Island

Someone had a Spaniard over for dinner.
Idol time
Neolithic Lawn ornament

Going out for dinner.