Creative Twilight is a casual wargaming blog with a hobby focus. We cover conversions, sculpting, painting, and more. We also have lots of hobby tutorials, guides, and reviews for various gaming systems.
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Here at Creative Twilight we’re a multi-author blog. Below you will find a list of all of our active authors, and links to view those authors’ articles. We are always taking on new authors as well, so if you’re interested in joining the team then check this out.
In short i'm an 18 year old gamer with an open mind and a hunger for discussion and conversation. If you agree or disagree with any opinions I share then let me know, war gaming should be a conversation after all
Howdy wargamers and hobbyists. I have been playing tabletop miniature games since the late 80's with HeroQuest and Space Crusade, before progressing to Space Marine (Epic), and I haven't looked back since.
More of a narrative and casual gamer than highly competitive, I model, convert, paint, and play various games. Currently playing Warhammer 40K, Age of Sigmar, Kings of War, Frostgrave, Bolt Action, Warhammer Quest, Dropfleet Commander, Battlefleet Gothic, Necromunda, Man O' War & Blood Bowl!
Ask me anything about my gaming and hobby experience, and I will tell you no lies.
Wargaming fanatic, miniature painting enthusiast and occasional blogger. I'm just not particularly good at any of them...
I began playing Warhammer 40K back in the heady days of Rogue Trader, having been weaned on Space Crusade and Heroquest as nipper. After a brief 15 year hiatus, I returned to 40K which has been my main source of gaming delight, although I have dipped my toes far and wide over the years and regularly partake in games of Epic 40k, Bolt Action, AoS, X-Wing and Armada.
I currently play Space Marines (Dark Angles, Ultramarines and Legion of the Damned) and Tau, but occasionally flirt with Tyranids, Imperial Guard and the dark forces of Chaos. I am also a keen hobbyist and while not the best painter, I do try my hand at shoddy conversions and ropey scenery from time to time.
I've been pushing little plastic people around the tabletop since 2004 and have long since sacrificed my disposable income to the Games Workshop Gods. I readily admit that I am completely addicted to 40k and Age of Sigmar (and WHFB before that).
I currently collect Stormcast Eternals, Sylvaneth, Ogors, Tyranids, Chaos Daemons, Khorne Daemonkin, Salamanders, Ultramarines, Blood Angels, Necrons, Space Wolves and Eldar. (I have a bit of a problem!)
I'm a converter of anything that strikes my ADD addled mind therefore my Eldar are Star Wars, my Salamanders Squats, my Space Wolves Angry Marines and my Ultramarines are quite understandably Smurfs.
I've been playing tabletop wargames since I was 9 years old. I've played in campaigns and tournaments with armies ranging from cheesy to fluffy. I truly believe that playing tabletop games in my youth has helped make me the person I am today: curious, inquisitive, and strategically minded.
I've been building web applications from scratch for over 4 years now. I write code every day not because I have to, but because I want to. If you look at my portfolio you'll see a string of passion projects that I've worked on, from educational materials to health tech. Building software is part of who I am, and I'm glad that I get to turn that passion towards creating something for a community that means so much to me.
A wargamer since I was ten years old, I started painting seriously at sixteen and went more into 15mm scale (and 6mm even). I make lots of terrain and Im quite handy with it. I like all kinds of settings, from modern, to fantasy to mech battles there is little that I wont like (except steampunk, I hate that setting). Not keen on GW's practices as a company but I like the games and minis.