One of the issues with test of Honour, or any other game where each figure has a card to record its abilities, is working out a way to connect the figure on the tabletop to that card. This is especially true with Test of Honour for me as I use any cards for any figures.… Continue reading Linking figures to cards for Test of Honour
In a previous post, HERE , I described various ways to do bases for 6mm WW2. Now I thought I'd go through the process of making the bases from start to finish. These being some Soviet cavalry bases, and 2 smaller 40mm square bases for objective markers. Here are the figures glued onto the 2mm… Continue reading 6mm Bases for Rommel part two
6mm is a great scale. It's about the smallest figure scale you can have and still retain individual detail on the models and you also get a much closer relationship between figure scale and ground scale. Back in the day of WRG 6th edition, you could put 20 6mm figures on a 25mm-sized base and… Continue reading Getting to grips with 6mm: overcoming scale-aversion.
When we decided to do 6mm WW2 in advance of Sam Mustafa's Rommel rules being published, my first criterion was that the tank bases would have to have 2 or more vehicles on them. I really didn't like the way rule sets worked with 1 tank = 1 platoon or company, so I wanted more… Continue reading 6mm Bases for Rommel