Celebrating the return of the beloved Forgotten & Glorious miniature range in a new and improved form.
Some Epic Battles scale American Civil War action from Perth, Western Australia.
To call February's exclusive figure a Soldier of Fortune might be a bit of a misnomer...
Taking a look at the iconic British infantryman (and his snazzy jackets!) throughout history.
With new Warlord Resin kits on the way, it’s the perfect time to think about a new Black Powder period!
We saw some exceptionally painted Napoleons for our community competition.
After a slight diversion into the Pike & Shotte period, Rhys is back to Waterloo. Here he showcases more of his conversions - this time to represent as many of the many and varied Allied units of the Hundred Days campaign as possible.
December's Soldier of Fortune depicts the future Duke of Wellington in his guise during the Battle of Assaye, his first and finest battlefield accomplishment.
I wanted to find out how the fantastic new Soldier of Fortune Studio figure was painted – so I went straight to the source!
November's figure is a bit different, one of our finest ever figures (though we do say ourselves) -Napoleon Bonaparte in full coronation garb , with accompanying portrait artist.