The Wargaming Bloggers Showcase is a collection of articles by other wargaming bloggers. I find the coolest stuff by fellow bloggers, collect them into a feature article, and present them to you for your reading pleasure. Seriously, there’s some really great stuff to check out.
Another long in the making and very delayed Wargaming Bloggers Showcase! The Most Powerful Daemon God Discordian from Sepulchre of Heroes wrote a very interesting article about the Chaos Gods. More specifically, a particular Chaos God that has since disappeared from history – Malal. He has a great theory behind The Emperor, Grey Knights, Cypher,
I've collected a list of the top wargaming bloggers I read, as well as YouTubers I watch. These folks have great content, great models, and you should really be reading them, or watching their videos. Also, I keep this list updated routinely and I'm always adding new people.
The usual lead-in – check out these awesome articles by fellow bloggers ;) Creating Scenic Terrain for Bases and Dioramas with Andy Andy did a great guest post at Broken Paintbrush. He put together an awesome tutorial on creating scenic terrain for bases and dioramas. It’s seriously some of the coolest stuff I’ve seen. You
Well, it’s been another long break between this and the previous Wargaming Bloggers Showcase. So, these aren’t brand new articles, but they’re still great articles worth checking out. The Mad Mek’s Workshop – Stone Base Tutorial I thought this was a great, and really simple, tutorial on making stone bases. There’s not much to it,
Wow! It’s been over 3 months since I’ve done one of these. I have no good excuse either. So, let’s dive in. Now, these first two are from back in January, when I started collecting for this. I’m sure those bloggers won’t mind traffic on some slightly older content :) The last one is recent, and what reminded
A small showcase this time, but hopefully the quality of the articles more than makes up for it :) Wolfsherz: Introducing my hive tyrant Wolfsherz has quickly become a recurring feature, but that’s because he does some awesome work on Tyranids. You don’t see many people still playing Tyranids, so it’s awesome when you do see
Another installment of the Wargaming Bloggers Showcase, where I gather great articles from fellow bloggers and share them with you all. Let’s dive in, shall we? Klatu.org: Shaetann – He’s finally finished!… and there was much rejoicing Remember the Shaetann I’ve shown you all previously here? Well, Nils has finished it and it looks amazing.