Anyway, progress is good on the Grimthorpe East set, with around 20+ building kits done or almost done. Some require a little adjustment before I carry on, but these are minor woes overall, and things are coming along nicely. The intention is to include around 50 buildings at least, plus accessories and stuff, enough to give you a good selection and variation for your builds, plus I'm trying to keep them as simple as possible to reduce build time.
Just a quick post to let you know about the latest releases from Grinning Skull studios over on Wargame Vault. in a departure from the usual fantasy fare, I thought it was time to add to our back catalogue of publications with some real world historical stuff. It's been over 100 years since the Great… Continue reading Latest PDF releases from Grinning Skull Studios!!
Yet another shameless PDF plug for the latest Grinning Skull studios publication, Grim's Dungeons of Doom: Fine furnishings Volume 1 is now available from wargame vault and sister sites. This is yet another fine paper kit in the Dungeon Builder series and will add on more detail and use for your Arcane library set ups… Continue reading Fine Furnishings Volume 1 Paper-kit, now available on Wargame Vault!
Ok, first off, if you were hoping to see the next part in the Grim's Dungeons of Doom article, then you'll have to wait, as I've lost some photos somewhere, so I need to get a few new shots done to fill the gaps, but rest assured, it'll be here soon! Since I've been really… Continue reading Compendium Update!
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
If you remember a little while ago, I mentioned the Tabletop townspaper models KS on here. I must say that in my previous post, I did actually make a blooper about the price of the set (I said £20 a set, rather than the real price of £10 for the set of 6) Well, anyway,… Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Tabletop Towns Castle Kickstarter