Welcome to the new-look Brigade Models online shop. The old site served us well for many years, but we needed a more modern design that can handle different platforms and screen layouts, especially mobile devices, so here we are. This new site is more capable and allows you to create an account and track your previous orders. It allows us more flexibility with regards to sales and promotions and should be easier to maintain. Some of the older content from the website has gone (for now) but we’ll be working to bring it back.
- February 25th – Cavalier, Tonbridge
- March 2nd – Hammerhead, Newark
- April 13th – Salute, London
- June ’24 – Broadside, Gillingham
- July ’24 – The Joy of Six, Sheffield
- September ’24 – Colours, Newbury
- October ’24 – SELWG
You can still access our blog at its old address – https://brigademodels.co.uk/Blog/index.php or you can see the latest posts below.
- Given the large number of planets that humanity has colonised in the Hammer’s Slammers series, there’s surprising little sign or mention of sentient aliens in the books. One race that does materialise (literally) is the Molts from the planet Oltenia … Continue reading →
- You may (or may not) remember that back in 2016, we were involved in the successful Kickstarter for Polyversal, a 6mm SF miniatures game from Collins Epic Wargames. Byron from CEW has just published the first new scenario for the … Continue reading →
- Since the new website came online, we’ve been putting a lot of effort into updating some of the content of our various ranges – it was always something we wanted to do but put off until the new site was … Continue reading →
- Phil Page, our friend at Slug Industries, has a Kickstarter running to expand his 1/300th Medieval village. We’re pleased to see that it’s already reached it’s target, but you still have a couple of weeks to jump on board and … Continue reading →
- We launched our new Agricultural Colony back in the bright days of the summer, and it’s been one of the more popular styles of 6mm buildings that we’ve come up with. So we felt it was time to expand the … Continue reading →