My fave things about miniatures, is the fact there are loads of really weird and wonderful stuff to be found, yeah I like the usual stuff too, but I much prefer the more out there and wacky. In fact, the weirder the better! I thought that I'd highlight a few of the more unusual from… Continue reading Miniature Obscura: Unusual miniature ranges you might not be aware of….
Another KS campaign I quite like the look of, is the Doggerland Ice age mammal miniature set. The styleof these minis is right up my alley in terms of execution of style, I really do like cartoony stylised stuff, so its no wonder my eye was drawn to these. Yes, there are lots of… Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Doggerland Ice Age Mammal Miniature Set Kickstarter
I wanted to highlight this great and innovative kickstarter campaign for some really useful and unique looking paper terrain. As you know, I do like paper kits, especially for wargaming purposes, its an easy and cheap way of getting plenty of scenery ready for wargaming and RPGs as and when you need it, although… Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Pop-Up Miniature Terrain Paper Kits by Stonehaven Miniatures Kickstarter
The first time I ever heard about the Slenderman, was when one of my kids mentioned it to me, and asked if I ever heard of the legend (as if it was real) To which I told him that it was probably made up, as I'd not heard about it at any time. He and… Continue reading Slenderman, slenderman, where for art thou, slenderman…
To carry on with my 15mm space orc lot, I thought I'd share my latest addition to them, my squiggoth. It's a repurposed scotia-grendel 28mm warbeast (a Kev adams sculpt I think) that I had knocking around. With an added howdah and a large cannon (plus a few random snotlings as 15mm grots for crew,… Continue reading More 15mm 40k Space orc(y) goodness. Squiggoth WIP
Well, it's been a while in the making, but here is a mostly done terrain set up specially for my Grinning Skull Oggum (oggam) figures. I've been meaning to take some pictures for ages, but haven't got round to it until now. My inside lighting is rather poor, so I try to take advantage of… Continue reading Terrain Workshop: The Oggum settlement (part 1)