5
Jul
19
2016

Meanwhile down on the farm…

Some people down at my club seem to think I only ever play WWII games. Recently I’ve been putting a medieval head on and playing some Lion Rampant, and have found myself in need of some terrain. First off the workbench is a whole spread of fields and some haystacks.

0
Oct
06
2015

Making miniature foliage camo

Adding bits of foliage camo is a great way of tarting up all your 20th century wargaming toys.  A nice quick way of doing it is to use seafoam sprigs. As a double bonus, it looks really good.

0
Aug
18
2015

Making miniature camo nets

Miniature camouflage netting can add a lot of character to a vehicle, and is a great way of covering up mistakes or flaws on a model. You can buy ready-made stuff, but making your own is pretty easy too, and really cheap. Get the cheapest, simplest medical gauze you can. Make sure you haven’t got […]

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May
28
2014

WW1 Battle of Le Cateau

I’ve recently joined the Gravesend Wargamers Club, who seem a friendly and enthusiastic bunch. The pics below are of a large participation game set in WW1, specifically the Battle of Le Cateau. This was an early war engagement, before everybody started living in holes in the ground and writing poetry about how unpleasant mustard gas […]

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