Tagged: Hasslefree


Hasslefree’s Grymn Walker review

Kev White is well known as a very talented sculptor, his work being familiar to anyone who collects ’28mm’ miniatures. His company, Hasslefree, continually puts out excellent miniatures and accessories and I can highly recommend their product and service.

Recently, Kev set out to create his first walker, for Hasslefree’s range of vertically-challenged sci-fi humans, known as the Grymn. Having followed his progress on Facebook, I was eager to get hold of the walker upon release. I don’t have any particular purpose for the model yet, but I am a firm believer of shelf space being used by robots and walkers!


Miniature companies, heed our call!

If we are facing in the right direction, all we have to do is keep on walking.  ~Buddhist Saying

With a few tutorials and reviews under our belt it’s time to add a little order to the chaos! Our intention with MyWargame has been to deliver a gamer’s perspective of our hobby from army conception to building and painting your models and finally playing with your forces and the metagame.

Wargames show: Leadbelt 0

Wargames show: Leadbelt

The first ever Leadbelt Wargames Show is being held this Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th November 2009 in Nottingham. They are hosting a number of tournaments, covering Flames of War, Warmachine and Warhammer Historical across both days and with a great selection of manufacturers at the trade stands, I’m sure to pay them a visit!


Attending the trade stands are:

Wargames Inc (http://www.wargamesinc.co.uk)
Heresy Miniatures (http://www.heresyminiatures.com)
Hasslefree Miniatures (http://www.hasslefreeminiatures.co.uk)
Warlord Games (http://www.warlordgames.co.uk)
Instant Armies (http://www.instantarmies.co.uk)
Northstar Military Figures (http://www.northstarfigures.com)
Tumbling Dice (http://www.tumblingdiceuk.com)