Scratchbuilding Gun Emplacements, Project II

Scratchbuilding Gun Emplacements, Project II

While doing the original gun emplacement, I was working on another gun pit, as well. As I mentioned in Part I of this series, it always helps to do projects like this in pairs so that when one is drying you can work on the other (and if you have extra bits of stuff that […]

Posted in: How To, Terrain
For King and Parliament Rules

For King and Parliament Rules

FOR KING AND PARLIAMENT Fast-moving rules for gaming the English Civil Wars By Simon Miller and Andrew Brentnall The rules are 78 pages long with multiple black and white pictures and period wood carvings interspersed between sections, four pages of color in-game pictures and an index to making specific sections easier. Each rules chapter is […]

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Battle of Leuthen 1757

Battle of Leuthen 1757

15mm Seven Years War Game at RAPIER 2018 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA Game Masters Brent & Mike from the Jax Garrison club fought this Seven Years War game on the battle of Leuthen 1757, using Black Powder Rules by Warlord Games and 15mm hand-painted figures. The RAPIER 2018 convention program entry: Historically: This was a Classic “Frederick the […]

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PAINTING WAR – Napoleonic French Army (Season 1, Issue 2)

PAINTING WAR – Napoleonic French Army (Season 1, Issue 2)

For those who have read the inaugural issue of Painting War, the likely question being asked is if this issue is merely a repetition of the first. The easy answer is an emphatic NO – if anything this magazine exceeded my expectations and, as good as the first was, the publishers have found a way […]

Blacklining Technique

Blacklining Technique

  Among the many possible painting styles, blacklining is the technique where a thin line of dark paint is run between articles of clothing or gear on a miniature in order to make the detail stand out better. This technique has been discussed in other articles but I want to offer my experience to help […]

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