Gadgets Galore! Scratchbuilt Foamcore and Styrene North African Buildings.
Henry Hyde’s Battlegames Patreon campaign continues to deliver excellent editorial and strategy pieces. I’m very pleased to have contributed another terrain making guest post for Henry to highlight the scenery aspect of our hobby.
Building and painting Renedra’s Mud Brick House, part 2 of 2.
Let’s have a look at Renedra’s Mud Brick House terrain piece and how to convert it for maximum versatility.
Building Warlord Games and Sarissa Precision modular terrain board. Trial, many errors, and triumph.
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.
Terrain: Building and painting wargame walls for the WWII Africa campaign, and the why and how of keeping a painting notebook.
The task is simple: Game on a new continent by creating a WWII Africa campaign map in 3D to encompass the whole African theater. It must be worthy of wall space and provide context to any and all game systems that mine the WWII desert sands for the many opportunities it offers a gamer. Why the Africa campaign? For a scratch built campaign map the scope seems more manageable than, say, the D-Day landings and after a couple of years of driving the most powerful armour around Normandy I’m looking forward to a theatre shift… Read More
Would we buy AK Interactive’s “DAK Profile Guide” again? Come see the verdict and vote for yourself.