In this debut episode of the Crate and Crowbar’s spinoff miniatures podcast, Chris and Tom discuss Age of Sigmar and how they returned to hobby gaming. We talk about what we’ve found valuable about building and painting tiny plastic people, the background to Age of Sigmar and our armies, and what we’ve enjoyed about telling stories in this new setting.
Plus: our recent painting and modelling projects – including actual tips (!) – and a tentative attempt at a battle report. We’re very much figuring out Miniatures Monthly as we go: when we started recording this one, we didn’t even know what it was going to be called.
Each week, we’ll illustrate the podcast with photos of the models and games that we discuss. You’ll find them, and the episode, below.
You can expect a new episode of Miniatures Monthly on the last Tuesday of every month. We definitely didn’t pick that date because today is Tuesday, the final day of February, the month that we promised we’d launch this podcast in. That definitely isn’t the case, shut up.
There are changes to come in the months ahead. We’re currently looking for original music for the intro, and we’d happily take your suggestions for future episodes. If you’d like to get in touch, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org (or via the traditional questions-from-questions address, as we suggest in the episode itself. That’s email@example.com.)
This project is made possible by the Crate and Crowbar Patreon. Thank you to all of our supporters, and if miniatures aren’t your bag: don’t worry. We’ve got more on the way.
Thanks for listening, everybody! Miniatures Monthly will return on Tuesday 28th of March.