Hi All I thought I should put a quick blog post up with the entries for our Diorama competition which is running courtesy of Boss Minis and Warlord Games. As you can see from the pictures below, the entries ranged widely in scale from small individual pin counters to larger bases with multiple models upon […]Read more "Rift Tech Radio – Diorama Competition"
As the war in New Guinea dragged on into 1947 the Japanese rift tech was taking its toll on the Aussie forces fighting in the Dense jungle. With the terrain being so inhospitable Australian commanders realised they needed something to even the odds and the Grizzly Medium Walker seemed just the ticket. Although proving initially […]Read more "Droppers – Aussies in K47"
One of the things that most inspires us here at KO about K47 is it’s background. The way the writers have put in enough detail to drive a story but just little enough so you can let your imagination run free in the twisted weird war world. However there is a rather unfortunate trend in […]Read more "Competitive fluffing or how to theme a tournament army "
This was a bit of a monster to edit. What with the general traffic noise in my street mid recording and the other podcasters dropping their recording devices and switching venues on us a lot of work had to be done tidying up the audio. I’m sorry if it’s a little muffled in […]Read more "Rift Tech Radio – Episode 4, The British in K47"
At Christmas I got a K47 British starter set When I first saw the automatons, I thought it would be quite easy to build, but oh how I was wrong! There were so many bits. There are 5 bodies with ball joints for arms and legs. Then there a 5 automated heads. After that there […]Read more "On Her Majesty’s Service – A look at Automatons"
When I first saw the Galahad suits, I thought they would be a lot of fun. They didn’t let me down and actually surprised me a little bit with the amount of detail of the armour and bolts and wires and all of the amazing heads. They also surprised me when I found out […]Read more "Galahad Heavy Infantry – First Impressions"