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Mittwoch, 12. Oktober 2022

Showcase: Van Saar Grav-Cutters and Archeotecs

 


Here's a bit of an addition to the Van Saars gang I did a while ago. Van Saars got a remarkable expansion box, featuring loads of tech other gangs could only dream of - Grav-Cutters and Acheoteks. 

As before, I used several parts from the Forgeworld upgrade blisters and from the prior gang box (which is really good) to make the figures a bit more dynamic. Which is pretty tough with the Archeoteks actually. 


I hope that you like them chaps and chapettes!


Sonntag, 25. September 2022

Review: Empress Miniatures WW2 Germans

 


Heyhey, it's been a while since the last WW2 figures review. So let's take a quick look at Empress' WW2 Late War / Volksgrenadier Germans!

Sonntag, 18. September 2022

Showcase: Stone Guardians, Knight Artorias and Sif!

 


Heyhey, here's more Dark Souls figures! Knight Artorias, one of the fan favourites due to his tragic backstory and his good doggo, who picked up his master's sword to  guard his grave and be one hard as nails boss in Dark Souls - Geat Wolf Sif.

Mittwoch, 14. September 2022

Montag, 8. August 2022

The GREAT Wargaming Survey 2022!

 



Heyhey, it's time again for the 2022 installment of the Great Wargaming Survey. For many years now, Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy magazine would like to know about your wargaming preferences and opinions, so we all get a nice look at some trends and developments in the wargaming world.

Each participant gets a discount code for a purchase at Karawansaray Publishing's website and a handful of free PDF articles from past issues of WSS magazine. If you choose to supply an e-mail adress as well you can take part in a prize draw. 

It's a good thing and in the past led to some very interesting insights. Give it a shot and tell your friends. The wider a group they reach, the more conclusive the results are.


The Great Wargaming Survey 2022

Sonntag, 7. August 2022

Showcase: 10mm League of Augsburg

 


I painted Pendraken Miniatures' League of Augsburg range for their web store. That was quite an experience. Here's why:
.) Pendraken's LoA range is beautiful. 
.) All uniforms are based on actual regiments.
.) There is an amazing number of command figures in this range, and late 17th century commanders are just fun to paint. 

For the full extent of the range, have a look at Pendraken's online store!


Mittwoch, 3. August 2022