I follow the Lead Adventure Forum and like to participate in their intermittent painting clubs. They run 2 or 3 a year, and any member may participate by paiting up and posting an image of a single miniature that fits the theme of the club. Max 1 per participant each day until 100 posts altogether […]Read More The not-actually Napoleonic mini
In the late 1990s Harlequin miniatures was the Mantic of the day. Making cheap, no-brand minis specifically aimed at Warhammer Fantasy. The used several sculptors with a variable results. Many og the minis they released were just terrible. But then there were the minis by Kev White. The same Kev White known for Hasslefree Miniatures […]Read More Harlequin Minotaur
I have for some time been collecting loads of Lord of the Rings goblins and orcs, almost enough to make a Kings of War army…or two. I need to get some cavalry and such though. But for some reason I have not really goten round to actually start painting them. Gahd, there are alot! Methinks […]Read More Moria Goblin …Spitters?
Between receiving both the Conan and the Others 7 Sins KS pledge rewards, I have been spending my time gawking at all the lovely new shiny plastic minis. My first impressions, both Conan and The Others: The Mins are awesomely detailed, even though they are in preassembled “board game plastic” I can see very little […]Read More The Ghoul Goon Squad
During the last few months I have traded and bought a good deal of second hand metal minis through a forum I joined, and several miniatures I do not know any details about have come into my possession. Here is one of them: …or is he recoiling from the cross? Was he bitten last […]Read More Putting the Fear into Friar
Some time ago I came across this lovely little gem for sale second hand on a forum. I just had to have it. Y’Golonac the Great Old one, The Defiler, The Lord of Depravity and Perversion… Originally from one of Ramsay Campbells short stories, this is one of the few great old ones that […]Read More Y’Golonac, the Great Old One