V&V Miniatures continue to impress with their range of resin models for use in your Dark Age warbands. Their latest model is this Warlord with his hefty looking Dane Axe in hand.
V&V Miniatures have a new range of Norman Crossbowmen who are lining up ready to fire their lethal bolts into oncoming Saxons and Vikings on the tabletop.
A new crew of Viking raiders have arrived from V&V Miniatures who are on a roll when it comes to their range of Dark Age models right now.
Expanding their collection, even more, the folks at V&V Miniatures has now added a couple of additional sets to their webstore over the last week or so.
V&V Miniatures has shown off a new addition to their Historical collection. These 40mm figures might not exactly measure up for regular wargaming but the Medieval Catapult gives you a nice little diorama which could be good for a painting competition!
V&V Miniatures are looking to stick you full of holes with their new 40mm scale set showing off a piece of Chinese Artillery.
V&V Miniatures have now released another set of resin miniatures for those that enjoy the Dark Ages. Here we have their 40mm scale Anglo-Saxon Warriors.
A 40mm Celtic Chariot for your painting pleasure has made its way onto the webstore of V&V Miniatures.
Following in the footsteps of their Anglo-Saxon Huscarls we now have some ranged options for the defenders of England by V&V Miniatures.
V&V Miniatures have now crossed the waters of the North Sea and they’re producing Anglo-Saxon miniatures. Their first set is a range of 28mm Huscarls in chainmail with a range of different weapons…
V&V Miniatures have shown off the work going into a new Historical model for use with your Dark Age battles. See what you think of this Jarl with sword held high and shield raised wearing a rather fetching helmet and chainmail combo…
Get bloodthirsty and start slaying with some amazing looking Berserkers from V&V Miniatures that will be available through Russian retailer, Hobby Bunker, soon.
See what you make of these new resin figures from V&V Miniatures based on work by the Bronze Collection. I think these are some stunning looking Vikings!