This year, I fancied something a bit different. Whilst the guys are doing March to War, I didn’t fancy another Games Workshop army. I already have painted armies for the Raven Guard, Imperial Guard, Orks and Tyranids to 2000 points or more and, as cool as the miniatures are, I’m not a fan of the… More Army Challenge: Seven Years War Prussians
For a project that was meant to finish mid-October, I have some explaining to do. Alas, with these things life and sometimes massive hobby distractions get in the way. In this case, It was definitely the former, ripping the spare room out and starting from scratch. Now that’s out the way, I am finally able… More Saga Sunday: Poles Apart 3. A Useable Force
So, there’s a new boy in town in the Saga Universes. He’s a bit bigger, better dressed and armoured than the old guy and MUCH more religious. Yes, Studio Tomahawk have updated their Crescent and Cross Supplement and the result is Saga: Age of Crusades! This supplement has been around for a few months now,… More Poles Apart: Saga Age Of Crusades Polish
It is now five weeks since my first post regarding my Carolingian force. To be honest, the amount of progress I have achieved during this time came as a bit of a shock to me. I have been quite busy since I started painting them, thanks to work, and I have also found dealing with the non-uniform… More Saga Sunday- Carolingians and Pesky Proelium
One month on since my last post on Brush and Boltgun and I have managed to change a pile of unpainted metal Carolingians into, well, a partially painted pile of metal Carolingians! I have had great fun painting these models. I am a massive fan of some of the Gripping Beast miniatures, whilst others fall into the ‘questionable’… More Saga Sunday- Carolingians
March to War is over! The strange feeling that I should be painting every spare hour I get is receding and it is time for something to fill that hobby void. Over the last few weeks, we have put quite a bit up about Saga II and the new edition of the rules. I have… More What a Saga!