Category Archives: 15mm

More terrain – rocks, hills and woods

I’m working on terrain for the game that I’m running at Hotlead show in Stratford, Ontario this weekend (the 25th of March). It’s one of the biggest wargame shows in the area and although I have been going for quite a … Continue reading

Posted in 15mm, 28mm, Terrain | 2 Comments

A Church, a House, a Pond and a body 

The above is like one of the titles in an old tv detective show. It’s not though- it’s a description of this post’s content. In planning my game to hothead (more on that in a later blog) I decided I … Continue reading

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The Pikemans Lament review

OK it’s been a little while since I posted a review of a game I’m playing and so I decided it was time to do another. This time it’s ‘The Pikeman’s Lament’ – which is another game by Dan Mersey, … Continue reading

Posted in 15mm, 17th Cent, After Action Report, Review | 1 Comment

Hills and a building for smaller scale games

Continuing my work on terrain, I have finished some hills for games of 15mm or smaller scale games. These are not tall enough for 28mm games but are perfect for small scale games. All of the are roughly 10 or … Continue reading

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Terrain focused weekend results

This last weekend I decided I would spend a little time working on some terrain projects. I have been very slowly building up my own terrain collection but end up using the clubs a lot.  I really do need to spend … Continue reading

Posted in 15mm, Techniques, Terrain | 4 Comments

More 1930’s Gangsters

Well I have made very little progress on actually playing a game with these figures but here are the remaining gangsters from the Blue Moon Gangster pack. There was little to do but finish the pack as I had started it … Continue reading

Posted in 15mm, Gangster, Modern, Pulp | 2 Comments

FIW Rangers

Well the first post in 2017 so a Happy New Year to all. To start the new year I thought I’d go back to an old and existing project – the French Indian wars. Rangers were a vital and important … Continue reading

Posted in 15mm, 18th Cent, American War of Independence, French Indian War | 1 Comment