Category Archives: Star Grunt

Old Grand-dad – aka Ral Partha – more 25mm Sci-Fi goodness!

Back in the day, Tom Miers pretty much re-invented 25mm miniatures and was the creative genius behind Ral Partha – or at least so goes the legend. The arrival of the Ral Partha catalog was anticipated with the same excitement … Continue reading

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In search of Traveller – 25mm DENIZEN Miniatures 31MAY2016 – photo link updates

Denizen Miniatures (http://www.denizenminiatures.co.uk/) are IMHO the best 25mm minis – for that matter the best Sci-Fi minis on the market! Take a gander! So my back story: Way back when, I arrived at my GM’s house (the late Wes Ives … Continue reading

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Aero Support – Daemonscape (GZG) 25mm Air Support

Lots of excitement at HQ with the arrival of a new air-wing to support the Little Men. GZG used to makes some great 25mm vehicles, but disestablished the line a couple of years back. This has meant haunting 3rd world … Continue reading

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Picasso I Ain’t – Painting the Little Men from GZG

First a look at one of my favorite minis. I ain’t Whistler either, but my buddy (aka Hacksaw on TMP) sure can paint. He brushed up the Islamic Federation troops you see as the standard OpFor in most of my … Continue reading

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GZG, the Tuffleyverse and The Little Men

I prefer hard Sci-Fi to Space Opera (despite my massive Star Wars collection). As an engineer and combat vet, I can relate to the hard stuff, whereas Space Opera is the stuff of dreams (not nightmares), 😉 In gaming terms, … Continue reading

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