terrain

New: Terrain from Sarissa Precision

Following on from the Waterloo terrain last week we have another raft of superb laser-cut terrain releases from Sarissa Precision: English Village Church View in Store Box Girder Bridge Dimensions…

Hobby: John Stallard’s Napoleonic French Command Tent

Take a quick wander across the Warlord Games site, and you’ll uncover all sorts of weird and wonderful staff projects… from murmurings of a huge Ratte Land Battleship being scratch-built…

Hobby: Omaha Beach

Check out this stunning table based on Omaha Beach – Sector Dog White – one of the beaches where American forces landed on D-Day. It’s been created by Michaël De…

Hobby: Ruined Hamlet revisited

Our Ruined Farmhouse plastic kit and the Ruined Hamlet set, which contains 3 Farmhouses, are fantastically versatile. Not only are they suitable for wargames from Napoleonics right up to World…

Painting Pegasus Bridge

This week we conclude our series on building and painting the contents of our Pegasus Bridge battle-set. Over to Alan Mander of Mandertory Miniatures to explain more… Carrying on from…

Painting Guide: Café Gondree and Bunker

This is the guide for the remaining terrain pieces from the Pegasus Bridge set. As with Previous guides all paints used were generally Vallejo – either from the Model Colour…

Peter Schulein’s Ruined Mansion

Check out this cool modelling project, combining three ruined farmhouse models into one awesome ruined mansion! We were sent these photos by Peter Schulein from the wargame club Murphy’s Heroes…

Painting Rorke’s Drift

Alan Mander tells us how he painted this amazing battle set for us – over to you, Alan… Alan: Before I get started I wanted to say that the colours…

New: Ancients Terrain!

What could be better for your games of Hail Caesar (and other Ancients rules…) than a load of new Steel Models Ancients terrain? Take a look at these resin beauties……

Re-release: Humber Armoured Cars, Grabner’s Humber and Ruined Building Corner

More resins are being released back into society – check them out here. The most numerous of British armoured cars used during World War II, the Humber armoured cars saw…