But who are we?
Nic and Sean are two dads from Somerset who share a passion for wargaming, roleplaying and LARP. Over the years we have had many successful collaborations in these areas, but it was after running a 70th anniversary wargame of D-Day in the Museum of Somerset, complete with 4' by 12' custom built gaming table, that we realised our idle creativity needed a wider audience. And so Red Dragon Gaming was spawned, offering high quality wargaming terrain for the discerning gamer. As seasoned wargamers ourselves we know that you want something that looks great on the table, is durable, and also adds tactical options to the game. Production is currently on a small scale so we are able to concentrate on quality, a fast turn around and great customer service, making sure we can offer the best to wargamers who love the hobby as much as we do.
Sean Pringle Kosikowsky
Sean was born In Glastonbury, Somerset. At an early age he got into wargaming and spent his childhood painting and designing terrain to play on. He studied Art and Design at Strode College, Street, Somerset, and Graphic Design at the Somerset College of Arts and Technology. Sean is now a father to 4 wonderful children who are all taking their first steps into the world of wargames. Sean is the designer and painter for Red Dragon Gaming.
Nic's ventures into wargaming began in the 80's when his brother needed someone to play the Germans in a WW2 setup on an old table tennis table. It wasn't long until Warhammer entered his world, and a fruitfully wasted childhood, adolesence and adulthood beckoned. The proud owner of several fantasy armies, a 40K Tau army, and Flames of War British Infantry and German Tank armies. There's also a bit of historical stuff lurking in the garage. Nic loves all aspects of military history, having researched a local WW1 war memorial, and his wife and two kids have been dragged round more battlefields, military museums and Commonwealth War Graves cemeteries than is sensible. Nic is the business manager for Red Dragon Gaming.
For a more detailed account of our forming and backgrounds please click here and take a look at an article we wrote for The Beasts of War online community.