Here’s a little update on the Hydra miniature post from earlier this week.I managed to get the Valkeeri Leader-A cleaned up after my black primer spluttered over her. If you study the pix, you’ll see some rough spots. That’s bad primer that the camera can still see showing through, not the miniature. Still, she looks good from two feet away, which is how I was told to look at minis. I did purchase more primer, however. Read the rest of this entry
I love the miniature hobby and play a number of board and wargames. Miniatures inspire me. I especially enjoy bringing them to life by painting them, and it so happens that we live in the Golden Age of Miniatures with lots to choose from.
There are a couple of companies, such as Games Workshop (thank you for letting me write Space Wolf novels!) and Privateer Press, who have fantastic games and are often found displayed in your FLGS (Friendly Local Gaming Store – I have three in my area).
There are also a number of companies that make wonderful miniatures, but are much smaller operations, sometimes a couple of partners with a garage for storage. They may be the sculptors of the figures or the writers of their own rulesets.
One of these companies is Hydra Miniatures. Unlike many gaming companies, I’ve never worked for or with them. To the best of my knowledge, we’ve never met and I doubt that they’ve read any of my books. I’m just a regular customer. Quoting from their website: Read the rest of this entry