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Forge World New Releases – Horus Heresy

Forge World New Releases – Horus Heresy

Forge World has released two more of its Horus Heresy kits.

October 26th, 2012 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Heresy Era Thousand Sons – 2000 Points complete!

Heresy Era Thousand Sons – 2000 Points complete!

Victory! The 2000 point army that’s going with me to England has finally been completed! My good friend Dave made a carrying tray for me that fits perfectly into the travel case, and the army just baaaaarely fits on it. I did spend some time going back through the infantry and painting all the shoulder pads with the appropriate symbols. That was tedious in the extreme, but the end result definitely makes the models look better. 30 some-odd little itty bitty nova bursts and arrows on the tactical marine squads. Oof.

February 11th, 2012 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Heresy Era Thousand Sons – Spartan painting in progress

Heresy Era Thousand Sons – Spartan painting in progress

First off, let me start by saying that it’s 2/1/12 (at least for my American readers), and as such I would be remiss if I didn’t suggest listening to the linked song today ! For those of you across the pond, I suppose I should have mentioned it on the 2nd of January! Heh. With that out of the way, I thought I’d put up a few pics of the Land Raider Spartan, now that I’ve managed to get some paint on it. All in all it’s coming along fairly well – I’m pleased with the look even though it is quite obviously a scratchbuild. Side by side with a ‘real’ Mk.I Land Raider the differences are rather obvious, but I’m hoping I can downplay some of the more obvious shortcomings in the painting process. One thing I have noticed is the paint tone is quite different between the two tanks which I imagine is partially due to the cardstock nature of the Spartan. I’m going to have to give it a second wash of Baal Red in hopes of darkening it down a bit. The mix of old style construction and new-era bits does at least tie the two tanks together thematically, I’m fairly pleased with how that’s come along so far. Still a fair bit of painting to go of course! As the spartan is going to be the transport for one of the legion tactical squads I went with the big arrow on the top hatch (as I’m doing something similar with the Rhinos). Overall the spartan is quite a bit longer than the base Mk

February 1st, 2012 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

WHat do you think Warmonger’s Spartans?

WHat do you think Warmonger’s Spartans?

Hey their Warmonger's! The last few days have been very hard on me…with being sick and other stuff I just have not had the time to get anything done. But I had time to think and watch a cool show called

July 21st, 2011 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Dystopian Wars – First Impressions

Dystopian Wars – First Impressions

Dystopian Wars was launched in November 2010 by Spartan Games, a company based in the South Western UK which has already had reasonable succes with two games, Firestorm Armada, and Uncharted Sea. Dystopian Wars is set in the closing stages of an alternative 19th Century, where the discovery of new and advanced technologies have set in motion the events of world war amongst the major powers of

June 8th, 2011 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Dystopian Wars – First Impressions

Dystopian Wars – First Impressions

Dystopian Wars was launched in November 2010 by Spartan Games, a company based in the South Western UK which has already had reasonable succes with two games, Firestorm Armada, and Uncharted Sea. Dystopian Wars is set in the closing stages of an alternative 19th Century, where the discovery of new and advanced technologies have set in motion the events of world war amongst the major powers of

June 8th, 2011 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Dystopian Wars – First Impressions

Dystopian Wars – First Impressions

Dystopian Wars was launched in November 2010 by Spartan Games, a company based in the South Western UK which has already had reasonable succes with two games, Firestorm Armada, and Uncharted Sea. Dystopian Wars is set in the closing stages of an alternative 19th Century, where the discovery of new and advanced technologies have set in motion the events of world war amongst the major powers of

June 8th, 2011 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Dystopian Wars – First Impressions

Dystopian Wars – First Impressions

Dystopian Wars was launched in November 2010 by Spartan Games, a company based in the South Western UK which has already had reasonable succes with two games, Firestorm Armada, and Uncharted Sea. Dystopian Wars is set in the closing stages of an alternative 19th Century, where the discovery of new and advanced technologies have set in motion the events of world war amongst the major powers of

June 8th, 2011 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Dystopian Wars

Dystopian Wars

Totally Death Korps or even Games Workshop unrelated: You have probably heard about Spartan Games‘ newest brainchild, Dystopian Wars, check it out if you havn’t. I was intrigued by it… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

March 3rd, 2011 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Improving Your Game

Improving Your Game

Hi folks, We’re pleased to announce a new series of articles here at GDMNW. The improving your game series is dedicated to helping you to make the most of your toy soldiers, despite your army list. Allow me to explain! The miniature wargaming blogosphere has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years. More and more people are taking time out to share some of their thoughts and ideas with the rest of the community. Alongside the project and fluff bloggers who keep us amused by posting amazing images of the things rolling off their workbenches or the campaigns and short stories they’re working on, are the serious list builders.

December 12th, 2010 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »