Squig - what are some alternative models?
There is no doubt that Squigs are among the most adorable creations of Games Workshop.Read more
Acrylic bases for miniatures - how to use them?
There are many types of different bases for miniatures used in wargames.Read more
Squiggoth - what are some alternatives?
If you’re a fan of Monster Movies in the clime of “Godzilla” or “Pacific Rim,” you undoubtedly found something appealing in the vast grim dark future universe of Warhammer 40k by Games Workshop.Read more
Goblin miniatures for wargaming - how to use them?
Goblins - next to Orks - are probably one of the most recognizable fantasy creatures of all time.Read more
Games Workshop alternatives - how to choose the best ones?
Once a company becomes well-known, most popular, or even best at what it does, the value of its work usually grows.Read more
Miniature tabletop - what is it and how to play?
The term “miniature tabletop” consists of words understandable to everyone. But once we put these two words together, we get a name of an activity that might not be so obvious.Read more
Playing tabletop wargames is a fantastic experience, even if you haven’t time to finish painting your models or the scenery surrounding them is provisory.Read more
What is tabletop wargaming and what are the main types of it?
Here, at Kromlech - where our entire team gathers only wargaming fans dedicated to their work and this hobby - we know a thing or two about it.Read more