Hi, I’m Paul, and welcome to Sculpting, Painting and Gaming, the blog of hobby life goals. I bought my first miniatures in the mid-eighties, and…
Hello and welcome to Sculpting, Painting and Gaming. We’re dipping our toe in the Footsore archive again this week with this piece from commission painter Márton…
Nothing says Saga to me as loudly and fiercely as the word ‘Vikings’.
I’ve faced The fury of the Northmen many times when playing Saga, often whilst suffering another crushing defeat.
Wood, metal, cloth, skin, facial hair and fancy shield designs are the main things you will need to paint in your Dark Age army.
In this article I shall take you through the process which I used to sculpt King Rædwald, and I hope it gives you some insight into how I sculpt.
Here’s a painting tutorial for the Irish in Studio Tomahawk’s game Saga or any other game set in the dark ages.
After ordering my new Early Saxon Skirmish Warband, I set myself the somewhat ambitious goal of completing the whole lot—from bare metal to ready for the battlefield—in a week.
I want to show how easily you can paint your Gangs of Rome miniatures to a tabletop standard and, in doing so, spend less time painting and more time playing.
Painting marble can be intimidating but, a pleasing effect is possible with even very basic methods.
I’ve been collecting my Sengoku Jidai army for most of them. They have, however, rarely been used in actual games, mainly due to the lack of other players with similar armies.