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Site Update!

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

I know, not super exciting, but still kinda exciting.  DIY Terrain  has been idle for some time now due to life being busy.  Something I’m sure you’ve all heard before.  That said, I’ve been spending some time not running a site all by myself, but that site is different than this one.  I’ve been writing similar articles with my friends over at, if you liked the content here, you’ll find more of it over there for now.  DIY Terrain has been running for around 10 years now and I have no intentions of closing it down, but I’d like to spend some time writing articles while I work on this site to make it better than before.  None of the things here will be taken down or removed, they will stay there since I know there’s still people who come read articles, old ones even!

Thanks for following me and reading what I have to say, it’s nice knowing others out there who enjoy this hobby enjoy reading and viewing pictures about it.  And if you’re so inclined, please follow us over at for now, you’ll get a wider perspective because there’s currently 3 of us actively writing articles about gaming.

I look forward to coming back to DIY Terrain when time permits to continue to put out content that other people enjoy, I enjoy doing it and hope to continue to do so.

Updates to Social Media

Saturday, October 17th, 2015

Just a quick post before resuming regular content here, I’ve updated some of my social media stuff to separate Personal and DIY-Terrain related stuff (makes it easier on my end!).

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Those of you already following my posts on the net, THANKS!

Last post of 2013…I think…

Monday, December 30th, 2013

Sorry for the lack of posts lately, I’ve been busy doing non-gaming stuff, like this, and a vacation, and the holidays, and probably all sorts of other things I’m forgetting.  That said, I’m wrapping up work on the Arcade Project and will be focusing back on miniatures, since my Deadzone kickstarter arrived.  It’s been sitting until recently, and I finally got around to digging into the box.  I’ve been reading the rulebook here and there, but I’m trying to finish one thing before I get too much into another, of which I have a bad habit of doing.  So, I finally spent some time building a few of the Enforcers, which I think will be the faction I use, solely based on how they look.  The rebels might be a close second.  Once I build/paint some of these and play some rounds, I’ll put up a review of the game.


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