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Alexandra Palace, London

28th - 29th SEPTEMBER 2019

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Andy Leighton of Deathwatch Studios and Tabletop Gaming’s Painting Guides runs through the basics of painting miniatures, from the fundamental tips and tricks used to make your figures come to life to the basics of tools and brush care. Andy will even go through some of the techniques he’s used in the magazine’s guides, letting you achieve a professional paint job by the end of the session. You’ll even be able to take your painted minis home with you!

The cost of this workshop is included in your Tabletop Gaming Live ticket price.

 

In a 20-minute crash course, Andy Leighton of Deathwatch Studios and Tabletop Gaming’s Painting Guides will teach you how to paint a miniature in a matter of minutes. Afterwards, you’ll have the option to present your figure for judging – and maybe even win some amazing prizes!

The cost of this workshop is included in your Tabletop Gaming Live ticket price.

 

Spend a high-energy afternoon learning the art and science of creating tabletop games, guided by veteran designer James Wallis. Starting with a walk-through that explains how games work and how to engineer them, James will show you how to create a concept, build it into a prototype, and take it through multiple rounds of testing, evaluation and improvements. By the end you'll have a complete working prototype you can take home with you. Suitable for beginners and experienced designers alike.

James Wallis is the mind behind the classic games Once Upon a Time and The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen. He also teaches game design at London South Bank University, and writes a column for Tabletop Gaming magazine.
 

Date and venue: This workshop is taking place only on Saturday 28 September at Alexandra Palace, London.

Registration: Please ensure that you register between 12.45pm and 1.00pm for a prompt start.

Start: 1pm - 4pm

Ticket information: A ticket is required for each person participating in the workshop. 

 

A family-friendly workshop in game design and 'finding the fun', the Kids Game Design Wiorkshop is two enjoyable hours of designing and making games, testing other people's while they test yours, and working together to improve your designs. By the end you'll understand how games work, and you'll have a finished game that you can take home to play. It's led by veteran designer James Wallis (Once Upon a Time, The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen) and is suitable for 8+. Kids must be accompanied by an adult, and vice versa.

Date and venue: This workshop is taking place only on Sunday 29 September at Alexandra Palace, London.

Registration: Please ensure that you register between 9.45 and 10am for a prompt start.

Start: 10am - 12 noon

Ticket information: A ticket is required for each person participating in the workshop. If an adult is accompanying a child, one ticket is required for the child. If two children are participating with one adult accompanying, two tickets will be required.