Following on from Howard’s First Thoughts on Warlord Game’s new Victory at Sea, we have Howard walking us through how he painted up the stores Demo Ships.
Howard is back after his adventures painting some Bolt Action for the store with a look at Warlord Games lates offering, Victory at Sea, and the Battle for the Pacific starter box!
Part 6 of 6 – Buildings & Fortifications
At last, I’m in the home stretch. With all the figures painted along with the half-track, I have the buildings from the starter set to finish off and some fortifications for scenery.
I started with the farm buildings and the assembly was straightforward. These buildings are a little finicky to put together. Not difficult, but the fit won’t be perfect. I didn’t sweat it for these, and once the paint is on most folks won’t notice little gaps etc.
Post 5 – Painting the German Sd Kfz 251
I’ve been looking forward to this project. I’ve loved building military models since I was a kid in all scales up to 1/35. In a larger scale game like Bolt Action, you have the opportunity to really pour some time and energy into your armoured vehicles because there’s just so much ‘real estate’ to work with. German tanks especially give so many choices for the modeler around a variety of configurations and camo patterns.
Post 3 – Painting the Americans
Everything is assembled, it’s about time we got some paint on them!
Part 2 – Construction begins!
Last time we took a look at the basics of the game and the setting, now it’s time to get stuck-in and start putting all this plastic together! Continue reading
Part 1 – An introduction to the game and the period.
Bolt Action is a 28mm tabletop miniatures game set in World War II. Produced by Warlord Games, Bolt Action is arguably Warlord’s best-known and most expansive gaming system with a huge catalogue of nations to choose from. Each offers infantry, tanks and guns from which to select and paint up as your army. Sentry Box has a big selection of product on their shelves and can Special Order you products from the Warlord website if you want to sift through all the options!
I love Judge Dredd. There, I’ve said it.
I fell in love when I was a young punk kid in the ’80s, and though my tastes have changed over the years I have never lost my love of Dredd. The characters, the world, and the writing are at once charming, hard-boiled, ridiculous, violent, prescient and loaded with black humour. Imagine my excitement when I learned of a new Judge Dredd Miniatures Game coming from Warlord Games, the folks who recently provided the world with the amazing Strontium Dog Miniatures Game (read my series of reviews here…LINKY). My hopes are high as I dig into the Judge Dredd: I Am the Law, Starter Set.
Uncle Mike is back again with the fourth part of his review for Warlord Games’ Strontium Dog, this time he looks into the universe building for the game.
Uncle Mike is back with the third part of his review for Warlord Games’ Strontium Dog, this time he gets into the meat of the game and shares his thoughts on the gameplay and the mechanics.