15mm German Light Mechpanzer Spinne Platoon

At Reveille, the Bristol show last year I spent a little time looking at the models and talking to the guys at Clockwork Goblin Miniatures about their great 15mm (and 28mm) alternative World War Two infantry, walkers and tanks, called War Without End.

In the end I bought a single blister, a 15mm US Kodiak Assault Walker.

I was lucky enough to get some more blisters as a present, including the 15mm German Light Mechpanzer Spinne Platoon.

15mm German Light Mechpanzer Spinne Platoon

This is what the finished model looks like.

15mm German Light Mechpanzer Spinne Platoon

I will probably paint my models in a similar late-war style. This is quite a different model and approach to the two US War Without End that I have.

15mm US Grizzly Medium Walker

At Reveille, the Bristol show last year I spent a little time looking at the models and talking to the guys at Clockwork Goblin Miniatures about their great 15mm (and 28mm) alternative World War Two infantry, walkers and tanks, called War Without End.

In the end I bought a single blister, a 15mm US Kodiak Assault Walker.

I was lucky enough to get some more blisters as a present, including the 15mm US Grizzly Medium Walker.

15mm US Grizzly Medium Walker

It looks like a lovely clean casting and by using 3D computer design, you have a really good sculpt with the sort of lines and shapes you would expect from a full scale factory manufactured vehicle. This is a really nice alternative model for World War Two games and at 15mm perfect for Flames of War.

This is how the model looks when finished (from the Clockwork Goblin website).

15mm US Grizzly Medium Walker

Looking forward to putting this one together and getting it on the table.

15mm US Kodiak Assault Walker

At Reveille, the recent Bristol show I spent a little time looking at the models and talking to the guys at Clockwork Goblin Miniatures about their great 15mm (and 28mm) alternative World War Two figures, walkers and tanks, War Without End.

In the end I bought a single blister, a 15mm US Kodiak Assault Walker, though I was tempted to spend a lot more money at their stall.

15mm US Kodiak Assault Walker

It looks like a lovely clean casting and by using 3D computer design, you have a really good sculpt with the sort of lines and shapes you would expect from a factory manufactured vehicle. This is a really nice alternative model for World War Two games and at 15mm perfect for Flames of War.

15mm US Kodiak Assault Walker

I am thinking lots of possible scenarios, including using the Kodiak Assault Walker as an objective for a raid behind enemy lines.

The next stage will be putting it all together.

Who do you think you are kidding…

Dad’s Army 28mm using the Pulp Alley rules

Probably my favourite demonstration game at Bristol’s Reveille 2014 was the Dad’s Army 28mm using the Pulp Alley rules.

Dad’s Army 28mm using the Pulp Alley rules

The players were in charge of Walmington on Sea’s finest as they hunt for a bailed out German aircrew, the problem is there’s also a German uboat crew searching for them as well…

Dad’s Army 28mm using the Pulp Alley rules

Dad’s Army 28mm using the Pulp Alley rules

The scenery looked great.

Dad’s Army 28mm using the Pulp Alley rules

As well as the Home Guard there was also a lovely model of Jones’ Butcher’s Van.

Dad’s Army 28mm using the Pulp Alley rules

20mm Afrika Korps

These 20mm Afrika Korps vehicles and guns were part of a 20mm Rapid Fire Desert War game that was displayed at Reveille II.

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Really nice models and scenery.