Scratch built 28mm palm trees tutorial. Guest post on Henry Hyde’s Battlegames website.
Building Warlord Games and Sarissa Precision modular terrain board. Trial, many errors, and triumph.
“Painting Warming Figures” by J. Gomez is about getting a uniform quality set of playable minis on the table in a reasonable amount of time with techniques that everyone can understand and employ.
I’m thrilled to have an article published in Wargames, Soldiers, and Strategy Magazine #94. This edition’s theme is Tank Combat During WWII. My ‘how-to’ article is about building Renedra’s Mud Brick House terrain piece for use in a Western Desert setting. Take a look!
I came across a range of WWII vehicles by Blitzkrieg Miniatures while perusing the Perry Miniatures website and thought I’d take three of them for a test drive. Here’s how the resin Blitzkrieg vehicles worked out.
Let’s have a look at Vallejo’s DAK Airbrush Paint Set to see if it’s worth the purchase.
When it comes to realistic miniature scenery model railway enthusiasts have all the best toys and ideas for what to do with them. All aboard for a tour of the Credit Valley Railway Company and you’ll see what I mean.
Terrain: Building and painting wargame walls for the WWII Africa campaign, and the why and how of keeping a painting notebook.
Painting Mansion of Madness monster figures and how to store everything, neat and tidy.
Painting models, for everyone, is a skill that can be learned to a high degree of proficiency through informed practice and steady perseverance, even if mastery ever proves elusive. For every painter there are, however, essential icons, sigils, flag motifs, and other markings that are necessary to finish or improve a model but are too numerous, laborious, time-consuming, or just too difficult to create for yourself. Decals are the answer. Let’s have a look at decals and what they can do for you, and what you can do for them to get… Read More