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Exciting times at Lucid eye!

Arcane Scenery have been associated with Lucid Eye since the very first sculpts were released. I have always been a great fan of the style and standard of Steve Saleh’s sculpting and thought that the Neanderthals and Cromagnon were the
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Victorious Miniatures

The launch of a new range of miniatures is always an exciting prospect. However, it’s not quite so easy as it looks and many start ups fall by the wayside once the initial enthusiasm has passed. I hope that this
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New British Heavy Cavalry from Warlord!

OK, the title is a bit of a tease. I don’t have any painted examples to show you other than the ones currently posted on the Warlord Games site but I do have some of the sprues! I have been
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Ahoy there matie!

To be truthful, my modelling and painting progress has been curtailed over the last week or so. The weekend was entirely spent preparing and attending the Partizan show at Newark. Normally, this in itself would be the subject of my
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You Need Personality

To paraphrase the song by Lloyd Price ( it was released in 1959 so I’ll forgive you if you dont know it….) you need Personality in your army to really make it interesting! Which is just one reason why we
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Tori Gate

No, it’s not a headline from the Sun Newspaper regarding a scandal in the Conservative party but the first piece of scenery that I have made for Test of Honour. A very straight forward and easy piece to finish, it
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Turning Japanese!

Well, it turns out that have I succumbed to my urge for something different and my Easter present to myself was a copy of the new Test of Honour game. I am not an ‘early adopter’ by any means and get
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New Weapons for Saga

Those thrusting spears can be pretty effect! We do carry a large range of accessories to help you get the best from playing Saga and painting and finishing your Saga warbands. If you would like to see our range of Saga accessories
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Hammerhead 2017

Just a brief report on the latest Hammerhead show held at the Newark showground on Saturday 4th of March. Hammerhead is just one of three shows that are held in Newark, the other two being Partizan 1 and 2. So
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A Test of Will Power…

I believe the technical term in wargames circles for unbridled enthusiasm on the release of a new game or product is ‘frothing’. With all the product that crosses my desk, you would think that I am immune from such a
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Whoops! Santa got it wrong again…

If December is a busy month in the wargames industry, January and February out shines it every year. People are often puzzled by this and would have guessed that December and in particular, the Christmas Shopping rush would be the
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Painting War

Marvellous! Just as you finish a project ( my Irish Warband) along comes the ideal publication that would have helped get an even better result. I’m talking about the release of the latest magazine in the Painting War series, ‘Dark Ages’.
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Salute 2016 – A Traders Tale

The ‘Salute’ wargames show, organised by the South London Warlords must be the biggest show in the UK, and certainly the most well known. We have attended now for the last 5 years and it still remains a ‘love- hate’
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Paper Soldiers!

I’m fortunate enough to work in the war games industry and as a result sometimes get the chance to see a product as it is developed and launched. I am particularly excited about a new series of books that will
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New Range of Scenery.

We have been working on a new range of scenery with our good friends Nick and Tash at N-FX. The plan is to offer a comprehensive range of scenery for war gamers in all time periods and genres.  A rather
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MOAI!

No, it’s not the start of an Arcane Scenery Haka, but the first in a series of terrain pieces that are being designed for us in conjunction with Nick and Tasha, two very talented people that make up the N-FX
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The Age of Simar – One mans meat…..

There is an awful lot of web space and angst currently being devoted to the latest offering from Games Workshop, the Age of Sigmar. Well, although it’s not really any of my business ( or thank goodness, any part of
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Salute 2015

It’s that time of year again when we travel down to the Excel Exhibition Centre to attend the biggest wargame show in the UK, Salute! As you can imagine it’s quite a logistical exercise to get us, the stock and fixtures
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New from Lucid Eye – the Savage Core Range!

If you’ve been a regular visitor to our shop, you may have noticed a range called Lucid Eye. If you’ve missed it here’s a link: http://arcanesceneryandmodels.co.uk/product-category/lucid-eye/ The range is sculpted by Steve Saleh and at the moment it is in
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Whats on the workbench 15 January 2015

Too much! Well, it’s the start of a New Year and the time when New Years resolutions are made. As usual, weight is involved, only in my case as well as trying to shed a few pounds from the usual
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There’s something happening in the Jungle!

I mentioned in my last post that I had been somewhat distracted by the new releases from DeeZee and Lucid Eye. DeeZee is part of the Arcane Scenery empire and over the last year or so we have been gradually
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What’s on the workbench 8 June 2014

With the onset of summer (allegedly!), my painting seems to slow up, and as I’ve mentioned before it’s not fast to start with. So progress on the various projects is hampered by the need to mow the lawn, weed the
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What’s on the Workbench 15th May 2014

Well, last week it was the Prussians and if all goes to plan they should be finished for next weeks post. This week, there is something different to show you, a baby mammoth- aaaah! We are gradually rebuilding the DeeZee
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Blitzkrieg tanks – What scale do I choose!!

We now carry Blitzkrieg tanks in both 1/48th scale, 1/56th scale and claim that both scales are suitable for 28mm figures so which one do you choose? The 1/48th scale range was originally designed because although manufacturers claim their figures
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