So, it's been ages since I've posted a Crowdfunding Spotlight article here, so without further a do, I want to draw your attention to these interesting little fellers. Old School Miniatures have a campaign running for these 28mm Alpine Gnomes, which I have to say, have a distinctly Oldhammer feel like some thing from… Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: 28mm Alpine Gnomes from Old School Miniatures on Kickstarter
I'm sure this movie needs no introductions. You can call this one of my guilty pleasure's of the celluloid variety, as ever since I first saw it, I loved it ever since. In an age growing up where fantasy media was limited to a handful of films on VHS, no one could ever understand why… Continue reading 5 reasons I F*%king love Hawk the Slayer!
As you know, I’m all for money saving when it comes to gaming, and I also love toy hacks, so I wanted to share this post from over on http://cloudcraftsite.wordpress.com, check out some of his other awesome posts by visiting his blog.
Anyway, this top 5 has some cool stuff that can be easily converted for your games and models, plus links to places you can get them!!
The following are just some Cheap Toys I’ve found while browsing the net that I think would have excellent potential for Table Top Gaming, whether it’s just giving them a quick paint job, or Kit-Bashing them to the point where the original model is unrecognizable (or you get the “WHAT THE HELL IS THAT!?” reaction from your friends).
Item Number One: True Legends Mythical Warriors
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So the old Warhammer is gone. Replaced by GW's latest brainfart, Age of Sigmar. As an oldhammer player and veteran since 2nd Edition WFB, I'm not sure how to take it. Of course, this effects nothing in terms of playing WFB, I'll still be able to play, but this new direction GW has taken, leaves… Continue reading GW’s Age of Sigmar. Should I give a sh*t about it?
So while I am busy on the PC today, I thought I'd have a rant about the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe's latest entry to it's continuity. Avengers: Age of Ultron. If you ask if I'm a DC or Marvel comics fan, Marvel wins hands down. That's why I was quite excited to get to see… Continue reading Grinning Skull at the movies: Avengers: Age of Ultron
Just quickly to let you know, the Draxxon figures are now available from Wargames Supply Dump if your interested in getting hold of some. Check them out here. Let me know what you think! Enjoy! Related articles Terrain Workshop: WIP 15mm Industrial Zone Weird 15mm Games I should run: Zombies On The Buses... Grinning… Continue reading Draxxon now available from Wargames Supply Dump!
So I'm here briefly to talk about the Draxxion sculpts I sold on a while ago to Roger at Wargames Supply Dump. I've not had much time for the net lately, trying rather to get back on track with stuff, mostly painting and planning designs and such. Roger kindly sent me some finished castings of… Continue reading Wargames Supply Dump get set to release the Draxxon!
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….
Next in on Crowdfunding Spotlight, is Mote, a virtual tabletop, brought to you lucky people by Idle Ideas Inc. Now, I'm quite old school when it comes to my gaming, but I do appreciate new ideas that might come to revolutionise wargaming in future years. I'm not saying that I totally get it, nor would… Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Mote – Virtual Tabletop Kickstarter
While my rather poor internet connection allows and I'm on a roll, I want to tell you about the third installment of the successful Tabletop towns range of folding card scenery. I'm a huge fan of paper models for wargaming, so this new campaign is bound to be a big hit for those out there… Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Tabletop Taverns Kickstarter