Here at Ironclad Miniatures we produce several ranges of wargames figures and terrain in 15mm, 20mm, and 28mm scales. All designed and produced to the highest possible standards at affordable prices. We produce over 350 different products for the discerning wargamer.
Mongoose Publishing's miniatures games and roleplaying games continue to provide gamers with fantastic worlds in which to immerse themselves, and the company has become a recognised force in the world of hobby games.
Being a keen and active wargamer and roleplayer,but above all a miniature fanatic I hope the ever expanding range will appeal to many and create more???must have??? miniatures for your gaming and collecting.
TableScape manufactures model scenery for use with 25-30mm figures. Some pieces, such as our range of modular hills, are suitable for use with other scales.
We try to cater for a wide variety of eras from the early modern, through the present, and into the future. Some ranges are aimed at specific periods or geographical locations, but we have tried to design the models for potential wider use so our customers can get the most out of their purchases.
A simple enough showcase for all the little men that I paint in an attempt to stay sane... By an unusual quirk of dovetailed geekiness, the main part of that will be my Doctor Who stuff and my Folk Horror project, but don't be surprised if other stuff sneaks in as the mood takes me...
I'm John R. "Buck" Surdu. I have two Web pages that contain relatively static information about my professional life (including papers I've written) and my hobby life (including information about rules I've written and my wargaming projects). This blog is where I plan to post personal tidbits, like vacation pictures, wargaming projects, etc. Enjoy!
Back in the 1990's James Clay wrote a couple of articles for the SFSFW journal Ragnarok about a contemporary fictional civil war in England. This blog aims to resurrect James' idea, develop the background and give me an excuse to use my 20mm moderns in a temperate war zone.
Winter of '79 represents an alternative history of the late seventies and early eighties. In this vision, the 'Establishment' take control of the legitimate government and the subsequent 'crackdown' is faced with spontaneous popular resistance led by trade union, liberal and left-wing elements, which boils over into civil war.