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Wargames Scenery / Terrain – Rivers

Posted: 23rd March 2011 by wargamesscenery in Uncategorized

photo credit: bochalla One thing that is guaranteed to alter the dynamics of a wargames battlefield is a river. Most gaming systems have some concept of dangerous terrain rivers usually fall slap bang into the middle of that particular category. In other words, if a river splits your table in half, then the game is [...]

Wayland Games Offering Free Warlord Games Sprue

Posted: 5th March 2011 by wargamesscenery in Uncategorized

    Wayland Games in the UK have a free offer on at the moment, where in exchange for your name and address they will send you a free (random) Warlord Games miniatures sprue. Warlord offer a range of nicely detailed miniatures covering a variety of periods including Ancient Britons, Celts, Romans, 17th century (30 [...]

Review – Wargaming on a Budget (Gaming Constrained by Money or … http://www.thewarevent.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1198 Review – Wargaming on a Budget (Gaming Constrained by Money or Space) It has long been said that experience is the best teacher, and this holds particularly true for this book by Iain Dickie. Iain was editor of Miniature Wargames Magazine for [...]

Article: Felix’s Gaming Pages Blog » Blog Archive » Moonscape

Posted: 25th September 2010 by wargamesscenery in Uncategorized

Felix’s Gaming Pages Blog » Blog Archive » Moonscape http://www.ifelix.net/gamingblog/?p=3253 No battlefield would be complete without some fantastic terrain to bring your games to life and provide cover for your units. These Warhammer 40,000 Moonscapes are an excellent representation of the craters and ruined earth left by the devastating weaponry of the 41st millennium. Easily [...]

Article: – The Airfix Tribute Forum – :: Dioramas on a Budget

Posted: 21st September 2010 by wargamesscenery in Uncategorized

- The Airfix Tribute Forum – :: Dioramas on a Budget http://airfixtributeforum.myfastforum.org/sutra258816.php (via Instapaper) Great thread on the Airfix tribute forum about dioramas on the cheap. Plenty of good ideas that can easily be applied to making wargames scenery and terrain too. Check it out! Www.warrgamessceneryworld.com Posted via email from wargamesscenery’s posterous

Article: 122nd Cadian: Easy to build urban terrain

Posted: 17th September 2010 by wargamesscenery in Uncategorized

122nd Cadian: Easy to build urban terrain http://cadia122.blogspot.com/2010/09/easy-to-built-urban-terrain.html (via Instapaper) Simple buildings making tutorial, worth checking out. Hope to have a buildings tutorial of my own up this weekend. Sent from my iPad Posted via email from wargamesscenery’s posterous

DakkaDakka – Warhammer 40K Forums – COD Basilica for Apoc Ash … http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/317246.page;jsessionid=A30CC6A3FAA1A1065DCF3FEEA41A4D9A#1932570 (via Instapaper) Great bit of war hammer 40k terrain to inspire you found over on DakkaDakka. How Buildings and ruins should look. I always find looking at other people’s terrain inspiring and it tends to make me want to get better at [...]

Article: What do you use for painting terrain?

Posted: 15th September 2010 by wargamesscenery in Uncategorized

What do you use for painting terrain? http://www.coolminiornot.com/forums/showthread.php?39155 (via Instapaper) Interesting discussion on what to use for painting your wargames terrain as paint in pots designed for painting your miniatures can get seriously expensive. I second the tip about using household emulsion paint samplers – I’ve got a dark grey and a pebble grey like [...]

Wargame Terrain – Dry Brushing Techniques (Part 3) Final … http://warhammer-figure-painting.com/2010/09/wargame-terrain-dry-brushing-techniques-part-3-final/ (via Instapaper) Where would we be in terrain making without dry brushing? It is the technique to make your terrain come alive and should be in every terrain maker’s tool box of techniques. I came across this series of videos the other day – [...]