The "A Song Of Ice And Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game" Kickstarter was very successful with backers contributing US$1,690,466 for a "Stark vs Lannister" starter set. Here's the Young Wolf, Robb Stark!
I'm heavily into customising my Star Wars: Legion miniatures. My latest effort is this 501st Legion squad leader.
Would the Revell 1:52 Snowspeeder model kit make a good proxy into Star Wars: Legion?
Star Wars: Legion is a perfect storm between two of my favourite interests - tabletop miniature wargaming and Star Wars
Work on Team Yankee British has begun with a Chieftain troop. These models are such a joy to put together, are crisp and clean and look beautiful. These two Chieftains have only been assembled and spray base coated as I have an idea I need to test.
With the release of Shadow War: Armageddon and my renewed interest in Games Workshop after many years break, I've decided to paint up Tau I've had in storage for use with that game - needing only approximately ten figures.
I had a fun introduction to Team Yankee today as I played my first game with one borrowed West German army vs a Soviet horde.
My infantry force for Bolt Action and Chain of Command – 28mm Fallschirmjäger (Paratroopers). Once again – work in progress. Painting these gents is quite time-consuming so I break it up by doing small bits and then doing something else …