Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Cake cup terrain

  One thing i like about 15mm, is the amount of tubs pot and such there are to make buildings, plus its all recycling. In this case a little domed lab, created from this little black cake pot (little microwave, gooey chocolate ones).


  Next i added some card, covered it in a PVA/Filler mix and painted it. I seemed to come out well, so, i must buy some more cake!



  Although not fully military, i have now got my LawSec officers a nice APC, also from GZG and has been added to my painted miniatures page, along with links to the site.


Monday, 11 September 2017

More GZG Miniatures

Have a few more civilian miniatures complete, which i have updated on my 15mm page.

Ground Zero Games technicians

Ground Zero Games security/cops
  Hopefully, i can start on some military 15mm figures next.

Thursday, 7 September 2017

15mm Civillians

 Got these guys completed. Quite happy with how they turned out. these are from Ground Zero Games.



I know a lot of gaming i do is 28mm, so i thought i'd thought show you how 15mm stands up to 28mm
GZG cop (15mm), GW  Catachan (28mm)
 Not tried to make a page on my blog before, but going to give it a go to show painted 15mm models, as often i'm never too sure how they look on some the websites. As i complete some 15mm packs i'll add them to the page along with links to the supplier... hope it works!

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Painting small....

  I have dug up some of my 15mm scifi figs and thought they could do with an update. Work has been busy and my club now meets only twice a month. So in the mean time i have focused on my rules and thought i'd give them a go with my 15mm. This will give me a head start, as i plan to use them for this years Haloween game; Our club tradition to run a big skirmish game with aliens or zombies in it. Hopefully get most of the folks playing it for the day.

GROUND ZERO GAMES 15MM COPS
  The Ground Zero Games (GZG) figures are pretty damned detailed for their size, and are fun to paint. These guys will be members of LawSec, the colonial security force on colonized planets.



 As always i have a battle report too.... another SAGA one, nearly to the point of my give-away..


SAGA BATTLE REPORT: WELSH VS SCOTS

Monday, 3 July 2017

more SAGA action...

  First up, is my next batrep from the tourney.



  So while i have been waiting for BT to fix the line (6 weeks without phone line), i have been rummaging through some of my early Empire miniatures... this is mainly due to the fact Warlord games finally are going to release their Pro Gloria plastic Landsknecht miniatures. Who look like the will scale in nicely.

  So after some 15 years my Ostermark crossbowmen get a new paint job....




Now with them done, time to start on some Halberdiers and maybe play some good old warhammer skirmish! Another reason i missed the older editions... they were fun. Though i had to laugh, when GW had 8th Edition warhammer they never tried for a skirmish game, which is a shame as the massive block of 40+ infantry were (to me) a barrier to new folks as its a daunting prospect for any new player. But now they release a more skirmish based game in the form of Age of Sigmar, they now added to released AoS:Skirmish.....  it does baffle my mind sometimes. Better late than never i suppose!

Till next time... Dha weles!


Saturday, 17 June 2017

Stormy nights and tournaments

  Its not often in cornwall we get to see a decent run of thunder and lightning, but a few weeks ago we had quite a show, up close. Was great until phone line was hit! So now no landline... in your own time BT. But at least i got a few pictures!






  Anyway, back on topic. A week before the storm we a local SAGA tourney (8 players), it was good fun and i got to try out the welsh... more on that a lot later. But for now i have my first game report up against the vikings.

 Lastly yesterday i took part in a tournament for X-Wing down in St Austell at "Mad for Miniatures". Last time i was there i won a punisher with my Scum, so i'd thought id fly it and see what it does... not a lot it seems. I finished the evening with 1 win and a loss. But it was nice to fly imperials for a change. The winner was flying two Jumpmasters and a Hawk.
 Still i got my purple imperials painted.. Personal fleet of Governor T'Ruk

Th tactician card was a prize.

  So with the only gain a tactician card... maybe i should build a fleet for using that at the the next event

Till next time....

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Nostalgia...

... i have to say i am enjoying "Age of Fantasy", but i do miss some proper games. It got me thinking what i thought were the best Warhammer rules.
   For me i started fantasy in 6th edition.... and you know what? I was content with those rules. Not only did you get the standard rules but you also got Siege Rules and Skirmish rules. Not only that but i had the Warhammer Skirmish and Generals compendium, which gave so many ways for the game to be played. In fact i was looking through my old white dwarfs and realized how many lists the were for 6th/7th edition. From Dogs of War, Kislev to the Vampires of the Lustrian Coast.  To me it made the game more interactive and far more interesting.
  8th edition never really did that for me. It was fun to have good infantry, but the large change of rules meant that certain lists no longer functioned and army rules became obsolete. I thought it was going to get interesting in "End Times" with some great figures, but when it was clear fantasy was being destroyed, so was my interest. AoS didn't interest me at all, i already played that size skirmish with 40k, and i wanted regiments.
  I think i'd like to try some "old hammer" games, probably 7th edition with 6th rulebooks. Its cheap enough to pick up these days, and it wasn't to 7th, when Army books became crazy in power too others.

  Anyway, enough of that. I have an AOF battle report, and some picture of some models i am repainting! Would love to hear from you chaps reading what your favorite edition of fantasy was and why?








Till next time!