Category Archives: scenery

Algoryn Drop Fortress has Landed

The Algoryn can now set up a command hub on a hostile planet with the new Drop Fortress from Sarissa Precision.


Every planetary drop in a capsule is a risk for the troopers inside, a risk of it going off course, getting damaged or being completely destroyed by hostile fire such is the life of an AI Trooper.

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Sarissa Scenery on Sale

Roll up, roll up and get you battlefields ready for tournament season!

Over at Warlord Games they’ve been working closely with Sarissa Precision to develop a growing range of scenics, catering for every historical and sci-fi battlefield. To celebrate this range Warlord are giving you the chance to build your battlefields and army displays with a huge 15% discount on ALL Sarissa Precision single items (whilst stocks last).


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Terrain Corner – Trees

The big thing about wargaming is its a huge hobby.  Its not just spending time painting the amazing armies that we use, its also the field of battle we choose to fight on.

I have to say I actually find painting the terrain to be a lot more fun that the miniatures.  I think its because it’s a little more forgiving.  With that in mind I thought I’d throw up a small tutorial on how I do my tree’s.

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Sunday Colour #16

micro-art-studio-garage-23For a little change this week I have assembled and painted some scenery.  I’ve never really owned any to call mine before because I’m lucky enough to be a member of a very good club that provides a great deal.  But just in case I want to play a few small games at home and in case there’s a run on the scenery cupboard one night I’m getting some that’s all mine.  The first item is Micro Art Studios brilliant Garage model.

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Games, Games Everywhere

Well as the house is slowly being reorganised and redone, and my studio (shed) is still a way off I will be taking stock off everything that I have in the cupboard.

Not entirely sure what is in there but am sure there are a few bits I may have missed to be reviewed. I will also be having a sort out and concentrating more on a few select companies simply because of the time constraints involved, personally I would love to work with everyone build paint write play and write some more all day every day, unfortunately thats just not possible, I have bills to pay and hobby stuff to buy as well.

First not to get the chop is Mantic Games, Warlords and Hawk Wargames. These will be the focus for the next couple of weeks to try and get everything painted and ready, although looking at the Mantic pile there might be more than a few weeks work, especially as I have found a box off loose scenery bits.

Added to which I have started working with other companies as well, and there is just so much which will lead to another announcement in a few weeks or so, it will be a lucky experience for one or more people coming soon.

Get rolling those dice and have fun