Irrational Number Line Games, LLC
Welcome to Irrational Number Line Games' little home on the web! We hope to become a comfortable stop in the eternal journey for that perfect wargaming experience. Tutorials, examples, and templates abound on the Internet, many with lots of tips for high end details. Our main effort is providing examples, ideas, and suggestions for the regular wargamer. Nothing wrong with high end stuff. We love it and we buy tons of it. But there's also nothing wrong with finding ways to do good, solid work without investing every spare hour in detailomania.
Our forté is simple, cheap, yet (surprisingly?) robust aids for wargaming. Tools, games, scenarios, swag, advice, examples, experience, philosophical musings, resources, hints, tips, miscelanea. We will both provide our own (some for free, some for sale) and point you to others' (some for sale, some for free). And we hope (again) to help wargamers who stop by to share, trade, and learn.Also, check out our stuff on our Google+ page. Same stuff ... Googlier format.
22 MAY 2016 : What says Easter more than science fiction terrain? I have no idea...
13 MAY 2016 : More Clix conversions, featuring ... luchadoras! Mind your grammar. That's an "A", not an "E".
07 MAY 2016 : I got two aquarium bridges on sale. Modded them a bit and painted them to make 28mm river spanning bridges.
01 MAY 2016 : Na na na na na na nana nana nana Ratmen!
24 APR 2016 : Black. White. Grey. film noir characters and cultists grace(?) the table this week.
15 APR 2016 : La la, la la la la ... superhero conversions..
08 APR 2016 : Keeping with the theme of giant things ... a giant insect demon. Also, apparently keeping with the theme of demonic things.
03 APR 2016 : Some ogre conversions to bridge between normal fantasy sized figures, and my giants and cyclopses.
03 APR 2016 : Giant Demoness
03 APR 2016 : A fun little set up for a Night at the Museum game.
03 APR 2016 : A couple more generics, Star Trek, and a wizard miscelaneous conversions.
29 FEB 2016 : A couple more Gatormen and a little what to do with the leftovers...
28 FEB 2016 : Here's an old Roman Gladiator Project that I did quite a while back.
28 FEB 2016 : Luchadores!
28 FEB 2016 : What is more classic scifi than brain in a jar?
23 JAN 2016 : Three different variants of Lizardmen!
16 JAN 2016 : Turning some knights away from Chaos to make Livonian Knights?
30 DEC 2015 : How do you make an easy Bamboo Forest?
30 DEC 2015 : Some simple mods to Big Die Cast Cars!
06 DEC 2015 : Hellgirl conversion.
13 NOV 2015 : Purple Dragon.
01 NOV 2015 : Yesterday's terrain project.
31 OCT 2015 : A small conversion of an archaeopteryx to get some variety out of toy models.
28 OCT 2015 : More industrial terrain. This time soda cans.
18 OCT 2015 : Some new terrain scratchbuilds made from yoghurt containers.
17 OCT 2015 : Giant Bugs
16 OCT 2015 : Hover Tanks
26 SEP 2015 : Even classic fantasy demons are not sacred. Well, really they kinda are the definintion of not sacred. Anywho ... I did a head swap and then a head swap plus with a couple of classic Reaper models.
19 SEP 2015 : Yesterday, I was telecommuting and took a long lunch hour (actually an hour) and did this quick adobe building.
17 SEP 2015 : Not really a project, but check out our Lego Sydney Opera House ... and ... a typical 15mm day in Australia.
12 SEP 2015 : Well, I need to move things along a bit, so why not hire Panda Express?
06 SEP 2015 : So I am testing out some paramaterized scenario generation material, and I end up needing an indoor location. Which I already have many of ... but ... why not try out this idea that has banging around for a modular mansion?
30 AUG 2015 : The best thing about mash up robot toys is that they are designed to be mix and match pieces. Not only does this make conversions easy, but also just plain gluing the pieces into position so they don't move. Check out the robot conversions.
25 AUG 2015 : A new shot at making carnivorous plants. This time, I added some extra bits and bobs to make them a bit more exotic.
22 AUG 2015 : This is a simple little terrain bit that pays off quite nicely using koosh balls to make plant terrain.
08 AUG 2015 : Got three miscelaneous "trash bash" projects done. A soccer ball (very large for 28mm, or I suppose, normal for 40mm), a mushroom, and a demon frog. Gotta have those demon frogs!