So, more Nurgley Chaos goodness with this possible proxy unit of poxwalkers that I painted. Now, this lot were originally from CP Models (apart from the front model, which I'll address in a bit) and are from their sci-fi range and are intended to be B-Movie type plant creatures. (These models can be found here… Continue reading 40K Deathguard Army: Proxy Poxwalkers (Probably) : CP Models Plant Creatures.
So these spawn are from the board game The Others: 7 Sins from CMON, the Envy expansion, which I got for quite a good price on Ebay. I think it ended up working out at around just over a £1 each, and for the quality and size of the models is a pretty good deal.… Continue reading 40K 8th Ed. Deathguard Army: Chaos Spawn: Envy Demons (CMON)
As an alternative to the standard GW Chaos Spawn models for my Deathguard lot, I wanted some old skool weirdness and something that would be sticky and icky, with a Nurgle-esque vibe. Scibor has some lovely models from their Chaos Dwarves range, and I've been eyeing them up for ages. The price was a prohibitor,… Continue reading 40K 8th Ed: Deathguard Army: Chaos Spawn models part 1: Scibor Chaos Snails.
So, it's been a while since the Grinning Skull Miniature line has had any new additions, but fear not, in true honour of Pennywise the Dancing Clown and all things Halloween, we have some lovely little murder dwarves to use in your miniature based games! These diminutive and horrible harlequins are suitable for either 15mm, 20mm… Continue reading Grinning Skull Miniatures: Little Killa Clowns!
Busy, Busy, Busy... Well, as you can imagine, my lack of presence here posting means I've been busy and somewhat distracted with all sorts of things of late. Things have been happening that have meant I haven't had the chance to update the site as much as I'd have liked to. I'd have liked to… Continue reading Busy, Busy, Busy… Lost down the rabbit hole at Grinning Skull Towers…
So, with Osprey's Rogue Stars ( Rogue Stars: Skirmish Wargaming in a Science Fiction Underworld (Osprey Wargames) ) winging its way to me through the post (yes, I succumbed to it in the end, the temptation was far too great!) I really look forward to getting it so I can have a really good read to… Continue reading Rogue Stars: Let the ideas start to flow!
So, been browsing about, and I've noticed Rogue Stars: Skirmish Wargaming in a Science Fiction Underworld (Osprey Wargames), which has caught my eye with a prospect of getting it. I absolutely know jack s**t about it, only that it seems like an attempt at a mini skirmish game attempt from Osprey to get some of… Continue reading Osprey’s Rogue Stars: Is it any good? Give me your recommendations?