Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy Blog

  • Homunculi est

    If you have listened to the WSS podcast you might well have heard my shoegazing about developing some 2mm Ancients rules for the Romans and... Read more
  • More Basing Success - Gallic-Celtic Infantry

    A couple of weeks ago, I was feeling pretty happy with myself for finally settling on a basing mix I was happy with for my... Read more
  • A Precious and Unique Reference Book

    Whilst still waiting in lockdown for the paints I need to crack on with my recently converted 1-350 model of HMS Rutherford, I thought I... Read more
  • Going Solo

    When I was younger one of my favourite authors was Roald Dahl. While he might be better remembered as the author of The BFG or... Read more
  • All About That Base - Basing Gallic-Celtic Cavalry

    Something which has been gnawing at me for a while is how best to base my growing force of ‘ancient’ miniatures. I have over the... Read more
  • WSS podcast episode 39: Isolation nation

    April almost passed without a WSS podcast, but we made it! Angus, Guy, Mark and Jasper gather to discuss the news, what they've been up... Read more
  • The Theodosian Walls

    Perhaps the most iconic feature of Medieval Constantinople from a defensive perspective were the Theodosian Walls. These replaced an earlier wall built by Constantine. The... Read more
  • The Gob-Lun Empire

    Regular readers of my blog will know I like to play around with plastics, and the occasional metal conversion too. So I was messing around... Read more
  • Coastal Duties – Converting a 1:350 Captain Class Frigate

    About this time last year, I took my first foray into the fine detail world of naval modelling with the superb Trumpeter 1:350 HMS Eskimo... Read more
  • 1453 and all that

    I’ve been on my Easter holidays this week so have been able to make progress with a long term project that has been on the... Read more

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