M3 Stuart from Warlord Games

M3 Stuart Warlord

Today I want to showcase my M3 Stuart from Warlord Games. As always after some quick facts, I will jump right into the painting process. Finally, I will also share my opinions about the M3 Stuart kit from Warlord. History The M3 Stuart was an American made light tank during … Show me more

Marder III Ausf. H from Warlord Games

In this review, I want to showcase my Marder III Ausf. H Tank Destroyer from Warlord Games. As a bonus, I added an easy to follow painting tutorial. History The Marder, german for marten, was a German tank destroyer during World War II. It was in service on all fronts … Show me more

3D printed Tentacles for wargaming

3D printed Tentacles

In this post, I want to showcase my 3D printed tentacles for wargaming. Over two years ago I bought some 3D printed stuff by Paul, better known as Matakishi. Besides some crates, especially these tentacles proved useful in my Frostgrave games. This was my very first transaction via LAF and … Show me more

Foundry Sleek Warrior Women

Foundry Sleek Warrior Women

To expand my Darkest Africa miniature collection I painted some Foundry Sleek Warrior Women. The quality of the miniatures is superb.  I am a big fan of the whole Darkest Africa range from Foundry. But the Foundry Sleek Warrior Women are especially impressive. I used mine in our pulp campaign … Show me more

Foundry Masai Warriors

Recently I painted some additions for my Darkest Africa collection: Foundry Masai Warriors. As always the models are superb. Honestly, I think you can never be wrong with picking miniatures from Foundry. If you are interested in the whole colonial wargaming thing, this company is definitely your friend. But long story … Show me more