Wednesday, July 26, 2017


A Guide to Painting Miniatures: Part Two – A Primer on...

Once you’ve been able to prepare your figures by removing flash and mold lines, it’s time to apply primer. It’s important to remember that acrylic paint doesn’t adhere very well to bare metal, plastic, or resin. If you’re going to devote time and energy to carefully painting your little miniature wonders you want to make sure that paint job is going to last a good long time.

New Warmachine Releases on the Horizon

The armies of Privateer Press' Warmachine are growing, as new figures are hitting store shelves soon! The forces of Cygnar will field Constance Blaize,...

Get the Judge Dredd Miniatures Game Rules Free

Thrill to the comic book adventures of Joe Dredd, the hardest and toughest judge on the streets of Mega-City One, in the Judge Dredd Miniatures Game.

Tannhäuser Adds The Shogunate Faction

Fantasy Flight Games is adding to their Tannhäuser system with The Shogunate faction. Tannhauser tells the tale of the never ending Great War as forces of the Union and the Reich battle on with powers of alien technology and occult magics.

A Guide to Painting Miniatures: Part One – Preparing the Figure

Everyone loves the look of sharply painted miniatures on the tabletop. Many gamers assume that the art of presenting stylish and eye grabbing figures are beyond their skills but those same people would be amazed by the results they can achieve by following some rather simple steps.
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