Alas, more Puppets

Alas, more Puppets
Ok, for those of you who have been following this blog for a while, you will have seen a few minis from Puppet Wars show up now and again. So this probably shouldn’t be surprising anyone:

What Kickstarter is doing for you

If you’ve been following very much that’s been going on in gaming right now, you’ll know about Kickstarter. At the time of this writing, game projects being crowd funded through Kickstarter include Sedition Wars, Extinction, The Duke, Badass Zombie Killers, Fairies Rule and more. Kickstart has recently funded a number of miniatures projects, including Zombicide, ...

Privateer Press has the extreme sculpt we’ve waited so long for

I’m personally quite a fan of Privateer Press’ Extreme line. They take some of the most iconic warbeasts and warjacks and hand them over to Jason Hendricks to create a larger and crazier version. They’ve released them pretty slowly- about one a year for the past six years or so. This year’s addition might be ...

For anyone whose interested, I did an interview with John Gordon of Praetorian 77th. I’ve painted quite a few Praetorians for John over the years, and I’m always a little amazed when he gets photos of them all together. Here is a link to the interview.

Puppet Wars Teddies!

Puppet Wars Teddies!
Ok, I’ve painted a few puppets now, and I honestly really love painting up anything from Wyrd. It is hard to argue that the best mini in their Puppet Wars range isn’t Teddy. He looks great. And since they released rules for five different colors of teddy, he needs to

Sedition Wars up on Kickstarter

For those of you who do not already know, Studio McVey┬áis responsible for arguably the finest miniatures available anywhere. Just take a look at their Limited Edition Resins line, and you’ll see some of the very best work by some of the very best sculptors in the industry (like Kev White, Yannick Hannebo and Jaques ...

Kobolding

Kobolding
I paint a lot of minis, and most of them are troopers for one game or another. That’s not really surprising, because in most games you’ll have a few characters and a lot of grunts. For different factions and different games, the fluff changes as to just how unified a force should look. Everything from ...

Former GW game designers announce Fanticide

Ok, Alien Dungeon isn’t a company that has made much of a splash for itself. You probably haven’t heard of them. And the name Fanticide doesn’t mean much to anyone right now. Honestly, I’m pretty sure it isn’t even a word. But the names Rick Priestly, Andy Chambers, Earnest Baker and Alessio Cavatore are well ...

Crystal Brush Winners are up

Ok, for those of you who haven’t been following, the Crystal Brush was Coolminiornot’s idea for creating the most competitive miniatures painting contest in the world. They started out by offering huge prize money for the winner ($10,000) and got some outstanding entries for the effort. This year, they’ve been offering prizes around the world ...

Privateer Press shows off the first Gargantuan

So, we’ve seen a few of the Colossals for Warmachine so far, but this is the first one we’ve seen for Hordes. I don’t know that there’s a whole lot that needs to be said about him: