Posts Tagged ‘Reviews’
My fascination with Naruto started when I was looking for an anime/manga series that would appeal to my son (who was then just six going on seven). I was attracted to this young little outcast who persistently defied overwhelming odds to achieve his go…
We played some games I had never played or seen before at our last Thursday night gaming group. We wanted to try out several games so we picked ones that had short playing times. One of the games was Coup. It is a good examples of a game neither having to be long nor complex in order to…
Throughout the week I have been pressing on with Scourge reinforcements for my fledgeling starter army and break into Hawk Wargames Dropzone Commander. If all goes to plan I will have the next unit completed over the weekend and will post something in the next day or two. A short interlude however, as an impressively […]
Model Dads ‘Go to it!’ with Skytrex’s 15mm British Airborne forces support weapons packs, Horsa, Dorchester and LCM:
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I ran into a few stinkers during the book binge. Who starts of their book with a list of jewel ranks and titles by gender? The same person who writes about magical cock rings that mind control 17,000 year old magical warlords.I didn’t get too far in th…
Army Painter is a product that’s been around for years, but that I’ve never had the pleasure of using. Recently I picked up a can of their coloured ‘Desert Yellow’ spray primer from Mighty Ape to try on a bunch of plastic Cadians that I started assembling in 2004. So here’s a quickie review! This […]
On my trip to California for the Choopapalooza event, I actually got in to old fashioned reading-with-your-peepers books again. I ended up burning through the ones I brought with on the trip pretty quickly and kept that mojo goin.I don’t have time to m…
As mentioned in the lastest epsiode, I’ve been a bit book crazy lately. As part of that, I finally crossed the 200 audiobook threshold!Audiobooks help me paint better!I started this list around 2006, maybe 2008, after a good pal of mine casually remark…
ACW historian, author, and miniature wargamer, Brad Butkovich recently released his newest ACW scenario book – The Road to Atlanta. This is an exciting scenario book, detailing 10 Atlanta Campaign scenarios. The scenarios cover actions from the start of the campaign outside Chattanooga in May 1864 to the approach to Atlanta in June 1864. Included in […]
Just quickly to let you know, the Draxxon figures are now available from Wargames Supply Dump if your interested in getting hold of some. Check them out here. Let me know what you think! Enjoy! Related articles Terrain Workshop: WIP 15mm Industrial Zone Weird 15mm Games I should run: Zombies On The Buses… Grinning […]
So I’m here briefly to talk about the Draxxion sculpts I sold on a while ago to Roger at Wargames Supply Dump. I’ve not had much time for the net lately, trying rather to get back on track with stuff, mostly painting and planning designs and such. Roger kindly sent me some finished castings of […]
I decided that for my undead army I needed to have a large selection of skeletons and there has always been a large selection of undead miniatures out there. To fill out my ranks I opted for Wargames Factory Skeleton Warriors. This kit is all plastic and each box has the bits to create 30 […]
This lot is guaranteed to make your Panzers blanch…
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Model Dads crawls out from beneath this epic 2 volume photo album to report ready for duty…well sort of:
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ACW Gamer #6 has just been released! It’s a fantastic issue full of all kinds of ACW gaming goodness! Here is a brief rundown of the contents: * The Gilleland Twin Cannon – a short article by John Hill on one of the CSA’s secret weapons! * Tributes to John Hill – ACW Gamer contributors […]
Need the finishing touches to your mdf village? Starfort Miniatures think they have just the thing you’re looking for…
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So the final shipment of Deadzone Kickstarter stuff arrived, bringing in one of the kits I was most interested in, that being the Plastic Enforcers. The initial run of Plastic/Resin combo miniatures had already arrived and they are ok, but that material isn’t the best to work with. This kit comes with two sprues that […]
3d printing technology continues to chug along. I was very happy with my 3d printed morka terrain. Keen to get my hand on some other goodies. Here is some random cool shit I spotted on Shapeways!