As I’m sure you are aware earlier this year warlord released its first ‘paper panzer’ the Panzerkampfwagen VIII Maus! This beast of a tank is rumoured to have seen limited combat at the very end of the Second World War and is still the heaviest tank ever produced, warlord did an excellent write up of […]Read more "Maus in the house"
Hi All, at the weekend I received my Mammoth Walker, courtesy of Boss Miniatures with a little help from Warlord Games! This large and in charge Russian Walker is a significantly heavy beastie and comes in a number of large castings. We have a large single piece body, a front plate for the lower glacis […]Read more "Soviet Steel – The Mammoth Heavy Walker"
**This review brought to you thanks to the kind support of Clockwork Goblin** The final of the first book’s USA medium walkers has arrived, and my goodness was it worth the wait! The model This is the last of the first book’s Grizzly chassis variants, and the model matches that simplicity. It is in essence […]Read more "Apex Predators – M8A4 Bruin Support Walker"
So, the fun toy we’ve all been waiting for is finally here. The Jackal has 2 variants, the base one, with just machine gun is the M5A5. I honestly see no reason not to upgrade to the M5A6 – which adds an infantry flamethrower. Yes, a flamethrower, on a jump walker. But before we get […]Read more "USA Army – Apex Predators – M5A5/6 Jackal Light Walker"
So, now we’ve been doing this a while we’ve been thinking about how to encourage people from starters to beyond! This will be part 1 of the article focusing on what to do with your starter, part 2 will cover expanding out with additional units. I think the starter set for the USA is a […]Read more "Getting Started in Konflikt ’47 – USA Part 1 – Welcome to the Army!"
Hello Comrades! I thought I’d do a quick article around winter weathering our fantastic light walker – the Cossack by Warlord Games. If you’ve been following the blog (and if you haven’t, why haven’t you?) you’ll be aware that last time out I put a very quick and easy guide to magnetising […]Read more "Soviet Steel – Painting the Cossack"
Resin is a very popular casting material due to it’s lightness and capacity for holding sharp and fine details. In recent years many manufacturers have moved from resin to plastics or a hybrid of plastic and resin to create their models. There are, however, a great many very good resin kits available on […]Read more "Soviet Steel – First Steps with Resin Vehicles"