The new 28mm Saxons from V&V Miniatures are a great excuse to bring up the company again. Our first article introducing V&V Miniatures here on Skirmish Wargaming was a direct hit. In fact, that article on 28mm Vikings remains one of the… Continue Reading
Finally that pigsty I built about two years ago got some livestock to serve its original purpose!
Pigs of course make for great “dynamic” mission objectives through all settings and periods in which people enjoy the taste of... Read More | Share it now!
A closer look at Saxon Miniatures’ 28mm Arthurians Arthurian wargaming is still going strong. It’s been a popular era amongst wargamers for some time, but lately it’s been getting extra attention due to the popular Dux Britanniarum wargame by Too… Continue Reading
Do we really need another manufacturer of 28mm Vikings? Well… If they look like this, WE SURE DO! V&V Miniatures is a new Ukrainian manufacturer entering the scene with a bunch of 40mm and 28mm resin-cast models. Amongst those are their… Continue Reading
When trawling the internet for minis, once in a while you’ll stumble upon a little gem. For example: you sometimes find a company producing minis of exceptional quality for a decent price. Drabant Miniatures is such a company! Operating out… Continue Reading
This February 8th, Utrecht was host to Poldercon 2015! You’ve seen the pictures of the Batman Miniature Game: now enjoy SAGA!
With Gripping Beast supporting the demo with free (yes FREE! models – sucks that you weren’t there huh?),... Read More | Share it now!
On January 4th Beasts of War 2014 Gaming Awards Finals show was put online.
After user-submitted competitors and a subsequent online vote four finalists in each category as well as one winner were voted for. In the following I list the final... Read More | Share it now!
A review and comparison of Wargames Factory and Gripping Beast 28mm Plastic Viking kits
By: Neldoreth, courtesy of www.hourofwolves.org
Since I got into viking-age miniature gaming I have been hoping for some plastic miniatures. Not only... Read More | Share it now!
One of the best perks of playing a historical wargame is the amount of choice you get when it comes to picking models. Almost every period has a couple of companies backing it. This usually means you get great value for money.
For the SAGA periods... Read More | Share it now!