Tagged: Hasslefree

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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!

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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.

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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!

www.leadbeltwargames.co.uk

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)