Para Bellum Wargames, the guys behind the Conquest miniature games have come up with a novel way of helping bring people together and hopefully learn a thing or two about painting.
As the market for miniature painting accessories becomes more saturated, it can be difficult to devise, develop and dispense viable products. Redgrass Games, who have produced an outstanding wet palette, have revised their painting handle, […]
Playing the game or the history? One of the main debates that comes up in the historical war gaming field is the need, or not, for historical accuracy when planning armies, painting and scenarios.
Sort of. Something I discovered in the course of this investigation is that this, for some reason, is a pretty controversial topic. Everyone, it seems, has their personal favourite method of stripping paint off minis. […]
Living in the United Kingdom, to say that priming my miniatures outside isn’t always an option is certainly understating the issue. With weather so inconsistent it could make your head spin, I’ve been looking for […]
Acquiring an airbrush has changed my hobby life for the better. I’m here to inform you and convince you to stop sitting on the face and grab one. Else, if you linger, you’ll end up wondering how you ever survived without one just as I did. […]
…what the RGG 360 does achieve is showing that other companies are now taking risks and stepping forward into the market of accessories and tools in our hobby. This will end well for us hobbyists in the long run and this feels like a great start. […]