Tag: Wargaming Bloggers Showcase (Page #3)

Wargaming Bloggers Showcase #38

It’s been a while, but I’m always slowly collecting these. So, here’s some cool stuff you need to read. Broken Paintbrush: Basic Photo Editing with GIMP Joe did a great tutorial on editing your images with GIMP, which is free photo editing software. This is the one area that I feel most bloggers need help…

Wargaming Bloggers Showcase #37

It’s that time again where I present to you some awesome articles by fellow bloggers that you should go read. Klatu.org: Bunny Park Diorama Finished Nils has created an amazing diorama, and yes, it has a bunny. This was a project he did to test out some weathering techniques, IE: painting for fun. This thing…

Wargaming Bloggers Showcase #36

Time again for a Wargaming Bloggers Showcase for your reading enjoyment on this lazy Sunday. The Dice Abide – Opinion: Why 40k needs to go 1500 This seems to be a bit of a hot topic lately, the point values for big 40K events. People take their side and stand by it adamantly. We all…

Wargaming Bloggers Showcase #35

Two of these in one month, amazing! I’m usually lucky to get one together every two months. Anyway, below are some awesome articles by fellow bloggers you should really read. They are hand-selected by me, meaning they are awesome ;) Go read’em. Tibbs Forge: Finished Vanguard Veteran Sergeant – Tibbs has wrapped up his Vanguard…

Wargaming Bloggers Showcase #34

First things first. I changed the title of this series from Community Pimp’n to Wargaming Bloggers Showcase. As cool as I thought the title Community Pimp’n was, I feel it’s not drawn as much attention to these awesome bloggers I’m showcasing as they deserve. So, the title has changed to hopefully draw in a bigger…

Community Pimp’n #33

I’m slowly catching up on reading my favorite blogs, and I have some pimp’n to do! Objective Secured: Tutorial: Malifaux Basing – NafNaf is at it again making cool stuff. This time he has a tutorial on how he made a really awesome base for Malifaux. The tutorial itself is great, and the end result…