OK, in all honesty I have a pretty good idea how magnets work.This is more about my hobbying obsession with them! Speak to anyone at the Hampton Games Club about my armies and magnets will probably be mentioned. Obviously, I go with the simple, in that I use them to keep my troops on their movement trays. That's not new.
|Picture stolen from Hooling's Hole.|
I've also used magnets in a much more on-table way; anatomic wound counters.My Ogre army used this abundantly, to the point where every unit in the army that had multiple wounds (that's most of them) had enough parts that could be removed to keep track of wounds. I didn't take it to the point of painting the cross-sections red to indicate gore, but it was still pretty handy! Usually this took the form of removable arms, but in the case of characters it also included removable hats (and a monkey for the tyrant!)
|You can see the tree is not a permanent part|
|The lone magnet about to be puched into the hole.|
|Trays made and magnetised.|
|This is not even half of them!|
I've also completed the new mold for the 40mm bases. I'll start production on them soon I think!
|Not a lot to see at the moment.|
|The bow is a little chunky... but I think it's still less heroic than the real one!|