Toys are a great cheap way to get some models for your wargaming armies. However, what do you think about it? Here’s what I think.
Tag: Miniature Modeling
Articles regarding modeling, the stuff we’re assembling and getting ready for paint. We have lots of pictures to share of the work we’re doing. Most everything we’re working on ends up in here, be it assembling basic infantry models to scratch builds. There’s an assortment of modeling projects here.
I picked up some Breakers from MOM Miniatures. I wanted to use them in a few of my different armies, and the price was very affordable. So, I picked up the models and wanted to share my review of them.
I wanted to talk about Frostgrave and the great elements of the game. Also, I’m showing my three warbands that I’ve created for the game.
Here’s my review of the new plastic British Airborne kit from Warlord Games. I wanted some Polish Paratroopers to join the British Paratrooper force I have.
The painting process begins. I intend to try to imitate and corrupt the colour scheme used by one of my gaming groups armies. The main dreadnought will be painted like his black templars only rusted and corrupted to serve a darker purpose. The Painting Time to experiment with weathering powders. Not bad for a first…
A nice looking wargaming table and terrain set for under $50 that is portable, super easy to build, and there’s no painting required! Check out my complete tutorial on building the table, as well as the terrain for it.