Nestled in classic colour Slaine stories from the progs of yesteryear…
The Slaine: Kiss My Axe! Starter Set has arrived, read on for our review!
We gave Michael a box of the new British & Canadian Army Infantry from Warlord Games to review for us. So, let’s get right into the Review and see what Michael thinks after cracking the box and building some new models!
Warlord Game’s SPQR Revised Edition has finally arrived in the store and we thought it was worth a quick write up on what has changed and what this means to all the folks who bought the 2019 version of the game.
So, Kris is here with a quick write up about the game and what you have to look forward too with the new version!
In the start of what could be a fun series, we took a box of miniatures and asked our staff if they wanted to paint them.
The first of the boxes we picked was the Onna-bugeisha box from the Warlords of Erehwon range by Warlord Games.
Danielle, Sue & Tia stepped up for this challenge so let’s see how they did!
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