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Saturday, 30 September 2017

The Art of Ancient Warfare

The Art of Ancient Warfare

Originally conceived as a reward for Ancient History Magazine Kickstarter backers, the 2016 special edition of Ancient Warfare is a compilation of covers, battle scenes and unit reconstructions from the first fifty issues of the magazine. Compiled and edited by Josho Brouwers, with contributions from the rest of the Ancient Warfare staff, this 100-page full-colour book features artwork by favourite illustrators such as Igor Dzis, Johnny Shumate, Radu Oltean and Rocío Espin, to name but a few. Also included are articles by the staff with insight into our philosophy for commissioning artwork, and a "behind-the-scenes" look at how illustrations are produced.

Ancient Warfare

Warriors from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Warriors from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Warriors

Warriors

10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Friday, 29 September 2017

Snow Capped Mountains from Kallistra

Through popular request we will be making a limited number of snow capped mountains. These will be available as mountain sets of 4, (2 x 3hex and 2 x 4hex) and our very popular 8 hex mountain range.

Snow Capped Mountains

HEX-MS1/SN Mountain Set - SNOW CAPPED (3a - 3b - 4a - 4b) £19.50

HEX-MS1/SN Mountain Set - SNOW CAPPED (3a - 3b - 4a - 4b)

8HEX-MR/SN 8 Hex Mountain Range - SNOW CAPPED - (Height: 120mm approx) £11.50

8HEX-MR/SN 8 Hex Mountain Range - SNOW CAPPED - (Height: 120mm approx)


Please note the snow capped mountains are only available to purchase in sets, they are not available to purchase individually

Kallistra

10mm Thatched House from Escenografia Epsilon

We are very pleased to announce the launch a new Thatched House and the product is painted and ready-to-play.

Empire House T REF: EMP10-04

Empire House T REF: EMP10-04 picture 1

Empire House T REF: EMP10-04 picture 2

Empire House T REF: EMP10-04 picture 3

Empire House T REF: EMP10-04 picture 4

Empire House T REF: EMP10-04 picture 5

Escenografia Epsilon

Photo Contest, Civil War Delaware, Berdan's Sharpshooters at Gettysburg

Photo Contest, Civil War Delaware, Berdan's Sharpshooters at Gettysburg

Walking the Trails of History Stepping onto a battlefield can be a remarkable experience. These outdoor classrooms provide a unique place to explore the past, reflect on the events that transpired on hallowed ground, and commemorate some of the most profound moments in American history. We want you to share your special moments with us.

Submit a photo of you or your family members on a battlefield: a national, state, or local park, or on preserved land owned by the Civil War Trust. Take a snapshot of you and your spouse on a hike, children with a park ranger, or grandparents taking in the scenery anything that you can capture!

Feel free to include a caption to tell us which battlefield you are visiting, and who is in the photo. Be sure to mention if you have had a hand in saving some of the acres at that same battlefield! You can find the page to upload your photos here. Please note that your submission will not immediately appear in the gallery after you have uploaded it.

You can return to vote for your favorite images. At the end of the contest, we will announce two “people’s choice” winners and one “staff favorite.” One (or many!) of the photos might appear in Hallowed Ground our award-winning magazine. All winners will receive a copy of Civil War Battlefields: Walking the Trails of History


Whether it’s Petersburg, Antietam, Chickamauga, or Manassas we can’t wait to see your photos!

Berdan’s Sharpshooters at Gettysburg

In this new War Department Episode, Garry Adelman, Douglas Ullman Jr. and Kristopher White of the Civil War Trust are joined by Greg Goodell of the Gettysburg National Military Park to examine an impressive collection of artifacts from the U.S. Sharpshooters.

Delaware in the Civil War

We continue to add to our growing collection of “Your State in the Civil War” videos that explore the people, places, and moments that shaped the Civil War, by state. In this new release, Delawarean Sean Protas explains the role that his home state played in the Civil War.

Save a Battlefield, Every Month

It’s never been easier to continually support the preservation of America’s historic battlefields. Join the ranks of our supporters with our monthly giving plan. Your tax-deductible gift will help us to preserve this irreplaceable hallowed ground forever.

Amazon Smile

We’ve got an easy way for you to make a difference. When you select the Civil War Trust as your preferred charity on Amazon Smile, a percentage of eligible purchases supports battlefield preservation!

The Civil War Trust

Rat Like Creature from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Rat Like Creature from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Rat Like Creature

Rat Like Creature picture 1

Rat Like Creature picture 2

10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Animals and Elves Painted from Magister Militum

Some goodies back from our painter. We thought you'd like a sneak preview so here we go. 10mm animals and elves.

Hydra 10mm FMC617

Hydra 10mm FMC617

Wyvern 10mm FMC616

 Wyvern 10mm FMC616

Giraffe 10mm MDN14

Giraffe 10mm MDN14

10mm FEF601 Wood Elf Chariot

10mm FEF601 Wood Elf Chariot

10mm FEF602 High Elf Chariot

FEF602 High Elf Chariot

10mm FEF301 High Elf bolt thrower

10mm FEF301 High Elf bolt thrower

Magister Militum

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Panzerkrieg: Volume 1 Update, by Jason Mark

Panzerkrieg: Volume 1 Update, by Jason Mark


Approved the F&G (folded and gathered) proofs today, so the book is ready to be bound. Must say, it looks spectacular!



Advanced copies should reach us in a couple of weeks.

For more information about the book, follow this link:

Be sure to check out the samples – click on the link above and look for the 6 links. Here are a few teasers.

Leaping Horseman Books

Medieval Warfare Special: 1066 - The Battle of Hastings

Medieval Warfare Special: 1066 - The Battle of Hastings

The 2017 special issue of Medieval Warfare takes a look at one of the most famous battles in the history of the British Isles. Our detailed analysis of the Battle of Hastings by expert writers and medievalists not only looks at the engagement itself, but examines the leaders, their armies, the immediate aftermath, and the broader effect on history and popular imagination.

Medieval Warfare Special 2017: 1066 - The Battle of Hastings with:

Kelly DeVries, 'Two invasions, three battles, one throne - The contenders in 1066'.
John Gillingham, 'The path for William, Duke of Normandy - The conqueror's apprenticeship'.
Ad van Kempen, 'The path for Harold Godwinson - How do you become a king?'.
Richard Abels, 'The men who fought with King Harold - The Anglo-Saxon mlitary'.
Megan Arnott, 'The path for Haraldr Hardrádi Sigurdarson - Hardrulers of the Vikings'.
Danielle Turner, 'The Vikings' last stand in England - The Battles of Fulford and Stamford Bridge'.
Ilana Krug, 'The logistics of the Norman Conquest - Crossing the Channel'.
Kelly DeVries, 'A meeting of missles and sword-strokes - The Battle of Hastings'.
Michael Livingston, 'The legend that just won't die - The arrow in King Harold's eye'.
George Theotokis, 'Hastings versus Dyrrhachium - The myth of the "invincible" Norman cavalry charge'.
Danièle Cybulskie, 'Great was the multitude of the slain - William I's subjugation of England'.
Nick Arnold, 'Great was the multitude of the slain - The Battle of Northam'.
Luke Foddy, 'The 950th anniversary of the battle - A return to Hastings'.
Peter Konieczny, 'Harold lives! William kills his wife! - The alternative histories of The Battle of Hastings'.
Peter Konieczny, 'Learn more about the Norman Conquest - Further reading'.

Medieval Warfare

Medieval Warfare VII-5, Oct-Nov 2017

Medieval Warfare VII-5, Oct-Nov 2017

Medieval Warfare VII. with The murder of Charles the Good. The County of Flanders erupts into civil war after Charles is killed. As Bruges falls into chaos, the fight to become the new count begins.

Theme: The murder of Charles the Good

Peter Konieczny, 'How Flanders descended into civil war - A murder, a siege, and too many successors'.
Jeff Rider, '"Let's kill him in the church" - A medieval model for murder'.
Steven Issac, '"Vigils, fights, attacks, and other tasks" - In Bruges goes medieval'.
Peter Konieczny, 'The war according to Herman of Tournai - Chaos in Flanders'.
Erich B. Anderson, 'The rise and fall of William Clito - The Siege of Aalst'.
Jeff Rider, 'The chronicler and the historian - My friend Galbert'.
Peter Konieczny, 'Further reading - Books and articles on Charles the Good'.

Features:

James Titterton, 'The "rules of the game" - Deception in siege warfare'.
Kay Smith and Ruth R. Brown, 'The sword in the bog - Forged by a god, foretold by a wizard, found by a king'.
Jacob Henry Deacon, 'A salty brain and climbing stairs - Filippo Vadi's martial philosophies'.
Danièle Cybulskie, '"The earth is a source of wonder" - Fantastic beasts and how they kill you'.
Danny Lake-Giguerre, 'A failed French expedition against England - The portable "wooden city" of 1386'.
Dana Cushing, 'Attacked "with siege-engines and arrows" - The Siege of Silves in 1189'.
Murray Dahm, 'Chasing the monster - Beowulf on film'.

Medieval Warfare

Ancient Warfare XI.4, Oct-Nov 2017

Ancient Warfare XI.4, Oct-Nov 2017

Ancient Warfare XI.4 with Warfare in ancient Israel and the Levant. The Twelve Tribes of Israel struggled to gain and maintain their nation on the strategic Palestinian land bridge.

Theme: Warfare in ancient Israel and the Levant.

Jasper Oorthuys, 'Historical introduction - Warfare in ancient Israel'.
Mark Schwartz, 'The Moabite Stone and military history - Devoted to destruction'.
Hans Edelmaier, 'The first reported night attack - Gideon's raid on En-dor'.
Sidney E. Dean, 'The Battle of Qarqar, 853 BC - Coalition warfare'.
Gareth Williams, 'Judean fortifications from Rehoboam - The stone frontier'.
Haggai Olshanetsky, 'Israelites in the army of Assyria - In the name of Gods and Kings'.
Jasper Oorthuys, 'The Lachish reliefs - an overview'.

Features:

Duncan B. Campbell, 'An unnoticed Roman military diploma - A Praetorian in New York'.
Michael Livingston and Myke Cole, 'The key to unlocking the past - All-source analysis'.
Duncan B. Campbell, 'Who were the antesignani? - Those in front of the standards'.
Tacticus, 'The art of tactics - taktikè technè, part IV - The myth of the othismos'.
Graham Sumner, 'A Roman optio from Chester - Waiting in the wings'.

Ancient Warfare

Dwarves from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Dwarves from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Dwarves from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Aotrs Shipyards September 2017 Release: Aotrs vehicles (144)

Aotrs Shipyards is a webstore on Shapeways.com, a 3D print house which had production and shipping facilities located in the USA and the Netherlands.

This month's scifi release if the first of two releases for the Aotrs ground army in 144th: the Scitalis Recon Cycle and the Hammer of Hatred Super Heavy Tank.

Scitalis Recon Cycle

Scitalis Recon Cycle

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Scitalis Recon Cycle Open canopy version (with a Power Trooper driving)

Scitalis Recon Cycle Open canopy version (with a Power Trooper driving)

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The Scitalis is the most recent addition to the Aotrs arsenal. Developed under the working title of Serpentskull recon cycle, it replaces the Viperskull jetbike and the Bone Cracker and Bone Smasher Recon Cycles.

The increased use of Sentry Drone in front-line reconnaissance has not obviated the need for the deeper recon operations which have always required skilled troops. The various bikes and cycle over the years have fulfilled this role. But these vehicles have always had drawbacks. Firstly, they were never well-protected. Over time, the size of the vehicles also grew larger, to accommodate new technology. (Indeed, it has been a long-standing joke that the recon "bikes" have been for some time longer than a typical saloon gravcar.) Secondly, due to the differences in physical size of the armour, Power Troops required their own special vehicles, simply due to the problems of seating.

The Scitalis was developed to deal with both problems, and to combine the best elements of the three older cycles. For such an advanced vehicle, it is perhaps ironic that the most innovative feature is nothing to do with its combat or recon abilities, but due to something as mundane as the seating. The Scitalis' seats are built entirely from a new-type of hard-code-locked nano-elements. The nano-elements have very few metallic components, being predominantly compressible polymers. With simple adjustments on a small control pad – which requires no external power and is about as analogue as such a device can be – the seating can be configured so it is suitable for either Power Troops or regular infantry. For a regular-sized passenger, the seat is a little higher and closer to the controls. This adjustment can be fine-tuned further to an individual's settings and the distance of the control panel itself can be moved forward or backward, making for a very comfortable ride. At a squeeze, two normal-sized humanoids can fit on the seat, though regular infantry in full gear would be pressed to do so.

The Scitalis has continued the trend of larger size, being slightly larger and its three direct predecessors. But it combines the flight capability of the Viperskull, the sensors of the Bone Cracker and the offensive capabilities of the Bone Smasher, all in one package. Partly, this size is also necessitated by the addition of a bubble canopy. This was, in part, inspired by the Strayvian Dominion's Seething Scoria Attack Skimmer. The other reason was the development of the new shield-grid coating in 2342. A sealed pilot compartment means that, for the first time, the Scitalis can be equipped with shields.

The Scitalis is capable of full orbital flight in addition to the nap-of-Earth grav operations. The Scitalis has both more modern and powerful engines than the older Viperskull, but the addition of the canopy further benefitted it in this regard, whereas the older jetbike has a limited service ceiling. It is, in essence, now more akin to an undersized one-lich fighter craft than a traditional "recon bike."

The Scitalis is equipped with an up-to-date sensor package and ECM system. It is also much more heavily armed than the older bikes, containing essentially all their weapons. It carries a single spinal-mount Coldbeam cannon, slightly less more that the twin Coldbeams of the Viperskull. This is flanked by a pair of light Plasma-Pulse cannons (as the Bone Cracker did) for shorter range engagements and considerably more hitting power.

The Viperskull's rarely used lower wing-scythes were almost dropped from consideration, but the veterans consulted felt that they were still a useful addition for some purposes – more for engineering tasks than actual combat. Rather than use physical blades, however, the Scitalis has two much shorter wing-stubs which serve as emitters for a scaled-up version of the Cold Blades used as infantry melee weapons. This grants much more effectiveness in usage, though the Scitalis' power generator chugs a little when trying to run them simultaneously while flying with active shields and both energy weapons firing.

Finally, it carries a pair of SK series Snake Missile Launchers (like the Bone Smasher), which give it a limited, but not insignificant, anti-armour punch.

The Scitalis initially received an uncertain reception from the first units to whom it was assigned, but this first impression was solely based on the size and the addition of the canopy. Once the veterans had had a chance to out it through its paces, the reception has been unilaterally positive. The Scitalis is being deployed as fast as it can be produced, with the older Recon Cycles being regulated to the secondary Dark Elf Trooper forces or decommissioned altogether.

Hammer of Hatred Super Heavy Tank

Hammer of Hatred Super Heavy Tank

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The Hammer of Hatred is the current super heavy tank to be operated by the Aotrs. The Hammer of Hatred is well-armoured and has strong shields. The rear engines provide it with full flight capability, enabling it to fly into and out of orbit under its own power. The vehicles unusual hammerhead shape is partly streamlined to facilitate these operations. However, it is only a mediocre flier at best, and the main turret has to be locked forward during high-speed flight – but it is capable of a surprising turn of speed. It has excellent sensor systems, including a front-mounted rotating sensor pod just in front of the cockpit, which is itself very heavily armoured.

The weapon systems were designed to be modular, though in practise, the primary configuration is nearly ubiquitous. The primary mode uses a huge Magnetic Linear Accelerator Cannon, rated at Class 25, which capable of shredding main battle tanks like paper. The weapon is playfully nicknamed the "can-opener" by its crews. The distinctive oblong shape of the barrel is due to the placement of the two main magnetic accelerators, which run along either side the barrel. All three units are surrounded by the secondary accelerators, which work in a more conventional fashion. The railgun is able to accept and fire a wide range of munitions, though again, typically it uses just the solid slug.

The secondary weapons are a pair of Plasma-Pulse Cannons, mounted at either side of the "hammer." The unusual placement of the mounts was a compromise between the need for a weapon system for point-defence (typically top-mounted on most tanks) and the need for a dorsal turret during flight (typically a chin turret for VTOLs). The somewhat eclectic placement affords both guns very good coverage on the tanks, with the only blind-spot being from the area of the rear hull at close range. (At longer ranges, the PD system can automatically tilt the tank slightly to be able to fire.)

Outside of special operations or custom modifications, the only other modular weapons in use are a heavy Plasma-Pulse Cannon for the main turret to wreak havoc at close ranges and a pair of small horde launchers for the twin turrets, but it rare to see either in use in practise. This was primarily the reason no additional configurations were developed – the Hammer of Hatred's primary set is the best-suited for its typical role.

Deployment was rapid and widespread after its introduction as both of the older super heavy tanks that had been in service were overdue retirement. Both older tanks were Aotrs refits of imported vehicles, the Bloody Spear in particular being a modification of the ancestor of the current Herosine Onager Superheavy tank.

Photos of the Scitalis is of the WSF model; the open-canopy version is the currently-beta'd HP Grey Strong Flexible, and the Hammer of Hatred is a hybrid: Replicator 2 except for the sponsons, which are WSF.

As a note of comparison interest in the materials, here is the Scitalis in HPGSF, HPGSF and WSF.

On these particular models, there's not a lot of difference after painting, but the Scitalis don't have as much sharp details as, say the, Marders I have shown previously.

We will be debuting the Aotrs ground force at the (now somewhat erroneously named!) Derby Worlds on the 7th and 8th of October, along with regular 144th Maneouvre Group. Drop by if you're in the area!

Next month will be more Aotrs ground forces. November is most likely going to see the release of more starships in the form of the Wodef Enclave.

Our set of starship rules (a generic build-your-own ships system suitable for any set of models) is also now available of Wargames Vault here:

Accelerate and Attack! Aeons of War

Accelerate and Attack! Aeons of War

Accelerate and Attack! Aeons of War

There is also a free Web Enhancement Pack; this contains the markers and the QR sheet the latter of which is an indicator of the level of the game if you want to have a quick nosey.

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Shapeways, Aotrs Shipyards

$20 Sends a Student on a Field Trip

$20 Sends a Student on a Field Trip

I have the perfect job. I’m obsessed with American history and not only get to work full time in the field, but everything I do everything we do together goes toward something more meaningful the preservation of hallowed ground.

The land we save together is not just for us, however, it’s for future generations to learn from, use, and cherish. To become an informed citizen, it is essential to visit the places where American history happened. In running our little education department, this is something I make sure to keep in mind.

This is precisely why we created our Field Trip Fund, which sends kids on field trips to battlefields and historic sites. While our animated maps, virtual tours, traveling trunks, short videos, and classroom curricula are key pieces of the educational puzzle, there is nothing better than the real thing sneakers on battlefields; kids experiencing their history firsthand. And we have and can make this happen very efficiently; just $20 will cover the cost of sending one student to a battlefield or a historic site.

This fund has helped send more than 14,000 students and chaperones in 19 states to the outdoor classrooms that tell the story of our great country. Students receive firsthand tours from guides and get the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of their ancestors.

Today, we are asking you to help us give students the educational experience they need and deserve. As this project has grown in popularity, we are finding it harder to meet demand. We are currently rejecting more than 60% of the field trip applications we receive due to lack of funds.

I appreciate any help you can offer. Please support the Field Trip Fund today to give students across America the opportunity to visit our battlefields.

The Civil War Trust

Beast Riders from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Beast Riders from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Beast Riders

Beast Riders

Rhino

Rhino picture 1

Rhino picture 2

10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

1/144 Breguet Br.XIX Progress by Minairons Miniatures

After having been halted for longer than desired, we've recently decide to push forward the 1/144 scale version of Breguet Br.XIX, a 2-seat bomber and reconnaissance aircraft that was standard to the Spanish Air Force in the 1920s and early 1930s. Here below you have a caption of a master model of it, at the start of casting process --the other aircraft to its side is a Fiat CR.32 master model, ready for another production batch.

Breguet Br.XIX

We expect to release it within current year, accompanied by a decals sheet with markings suitable for both SCW sides. We shall price it the same as other aircrafts in the range, most probably.

Minairons Miniatures

10mm British Napoleonic Artillery Lancer Miniatures

10mm British Napoleonic Artillery Lancer Miniatures

The 10mm British Napoleonic artillery masters have arrived and very sweet they look, little 3pdr 6pdr 9pdr and a monster of a howitzer. Just waiting for the crews now, then will get a mould made.

Lancer Miniatures

Dropzone Commander Autumn Invasion: Results

Hawk's official Autumn Invasion Dropzone Commander tournament took place this weekend and it was greatly enjoyed by all. Here we have a list and gallery of all the winners. This tournament was the last official event to use the 1st Edition rules with the upcoming release of 2nd Edition, so after 4 years of competition there were many players looking to be crowned the eternal champion.

 All of the proud winners with Hawk Dave

All of the proud winners with Hawk Dave

 Awards

1st Mike Burch (Resistance)
2nd James Foster (Scourge)
3rd James Barry (Shaltari)

Mike Burch won first place for a record fourth time including his win earlier this year! Not only has Mike attended every Invasion event since it began but he has won with a number of different factions. He is undoubtedly the champion of Dropzone Commander 1st Edition. James Foster had a particularly successful weekend as you will see below, beginning with finishing second overall. Ex-Hawk employee James Barry put his extensive knowledge of the game to good use to claim third place.



Best Painted Army – James Foster
Best Painted Unit – Robert Hutton
Painting Raffle - Philip Ball

Hawk Dave chose James' Scourge army as the overall best painted army and the Hawk team strongly agreed. We have seen James at previous Invasions and his skill has always caught our eye. His detailed bases are an excellent touch that really show the effort he has put into his army. Robert Hutton won the Single Unit painting competition for his Resistance Thunderstorm Custom and Philip Ball won the Painting Raffle, a draw designed to reward players who have entered with a fully painted army.




Most Sporting – Jonathan Brown

Best Team – Ferrum Real Estate Corporation (James Foster, David Ray, Martin Dalzell, Neil Hollyhoke)

Wooden Spoon – Malcolm Haddow

James Foster won his third award for leading Ferrum Real Estate Corporation to victory with its members averaging the highest score. Malcolm Haddow was awarded a wooden spoon for the unfortunate honour of coming last which Hawk Dave duly signed and is now on display in Malcolm's gaming room!

Full Results

1. Mike Burch (Resistance)
2. James Foster (Scourge)
3. James Barry (Shaltari)
4. Mark Roberts (Shaltari)
5. Charles Hamilton (Shaltari)
6. Erik Robertson (Scourge)
7. David Ray (UCM)
8. Dave Clark (Resistance)
9. Philip Ball (Resistance)
10. Adam Reeve (Resistance)
11. Stephen Downes (Resistance)
12. Alex Randall (Resistance)
13. Steven Scurr (PHR)
14. Martin Dalzell (PHR)
15. Raul Pacheco (PHR)
16. Christian Cummings (UCM)
17. Dan Lunn (PHR)
18. James Carr (PHR)
19. Joe Whiddett (Shaltari, Day 1)
20. Daniel Berglund ((PHR)
21. David Ubeda (UCM)
22. Adrian Dittrich (UCM)
23. Emily Kindleysides (Resistance)
24. Neil Hollyhoke (Scourge)
25. Chris Lobodzinski (Resistance)
26. Adam Howard (UCM)
27. Robert Jones (UCM)
28. Amit Sharma (Scourge)
29. Matthew Greenaway (Shaltari)
30. Jonathan Brown (Scourge)
31. Kanan Nallainathan (UCM)
32. Robert Hutton (UCM)
33. Malcolm Haddow (UCM)
34. Hawk Darren (Scourge, Day 1)

Thank-you to everyone who attended and well done to all of our winners, we look forward to seeing everyone again when we will be playing an exciting new edition!

Hawk Scott

Hawk Wargames

Giant from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Giant from 10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Giant

Giant

Infantry


10mm Fantasy Miniatures

Monday, 25 September 2017

Sunday, 24 September 2017

New 10mm Metalled Roads From TimeCast

We have now added a range of flexible latex medium width metalled (tarmac) roads to our range.

The roads are suitable for use with 10mm models, and are easily painted with acrylic paints.

There are seven codes available:

38/MMR1 – Medium Metaled Road Straight Section (1) – £4.50 GBP

38/MMR1 – Medium Metaled Road Straight Section (1)

38/MMR2 – Medium Metalled Road Curve Section (3) –£3.75 GBP

38/MMR2 – Medium Metalled Road Curve Section (3)

38/MMR3 – Medium Metalled Road T Junction (2) –£3.00 GBP

38/MMR3 – Medium Metalled Road T Junction (2)

38/MMR4 – Medium Metalled Road Y Junction (2) –£3.25 GBP

38/MMR4 – Medium Metalled Road Y Junction (2)

38/MMR5 – Medium Metalled Road Crossroads (2) –£3.50 GBP

38/MMR5 – Medium Metalled Road Crossroads (2)

38/MMR6 – Medium Metalled Road Turnouts (2) –£3.50 GBP

38/MMR6 – Medium Metalled Road Turnouts (2)

38/MMR7 – Medium Metalled Road Joining Section (2) –£3.00 GBP

For more details, please click our website.

Finally, there have been a few delays with getting our Cold War 10mm British vehicles into production (problems with the molds). We should have the FV432 and variants ready in time for the Derby World 2017 show. The Chieftain MBT will follow shortly.

TimeCast