Wargaming Tradecraft: Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Last Week at Wargaming Tradecraft


The Postapocalyptibuggy nears completion...

Now that Blood of Kittens showed the winners of their Adepticon coverage, I posted up my memes. In blog-fu I talked about feed footers.. and finally I began rebroadcasting your content in a B2B new Then and Now series.

I've also got some more sites up on the Network page - go check it out!

Last Week in the Community


Ron is back at it - From the Warp has been reborn!

Sons of Taurus talks about something special... closeted gamers... that's right... Smurfs.
http://sonsoftaurus.blogspot.com/2011/04/closeted-gamers.html
This one's for you buddy ;)

Charity


Last year, The Storm Wardens project raised over $16,000 for Doctors Without Borders. This year, they're getting together again on a new project to once again raise money for them... see all the details here: http://heroesofarmageddon.blogspot.com/

News


Craftworld Lansing has some great upcoming news about Eldar and Forgeworld. I'm excited, but I also can't help but think it's a bit of a cash grab against Eldar players behind the times and desperate for something new. Even from a background perspective, it sounds like Forgeworld is taking steps that Games Workshop should have years ago. (and have for, say, Space Marines.. through thick, multiple codexes and literally a library worth of novels)
http://craftworldlansing.blogspot.com/2011/04/let-there-be-light-ia-11.html

Tutorials


Magnetizing Space Marines http://paintyourtoys.blogspot.com/2011/04/magnetized-space-marines-pt1.html

Huh... using human hair.. http://massivevoodoo.blogspot.com/2011/04/tutorial-using-human-hair.html

The Dark Workshop talks about tools for beginners http://darkworkshop.blogspot.com/2010/10/tools-basics.html

Dethtron continues his awesome gaming on a budget series: http://www.houseofpaincakes.com/2011/04/gaming-on-budget-joy-of-wallpapering.html

Klaus has a great lookin fig coming along, and has even created some muzzle flash http://fischers-design-shop.blogspot.com/2011/04/kill-shot_08.html

Massive Voodoo talks about preparing resin models http://massivevoodoo.blogspot.com/2011/04/tutorial-how-to-prepare-resin-miniature.html

Tips


I like how this guy is coming along: http://pitoftheoni.blogspot.com/2011/04/dark-eldar-archon-reds.html

Lauby talks about saving money on brushes http://www.houseofpaincakes.com/2011/03/gaming-on-budget-spending-money-to-save.html

Nesbet has a chart for how much paint to use to create other GW colours: http://nesbetminiatures.blogspot.com/2011/04/tutorial-getting-citadel-colours.html
(including the now gone tentacle pink)

He's also got paint equivalence charts to compare brands colours against eachother: http://nesbetminiatures.blogspot.com/2010/02/resource-paints-equivalence-charts.html
(Great for people like me who move to areas without stores that carry GW brand anything.. just keep in mind there will be differences - for example, I find that P3 paints aren't as vibrant as GW, meaning for certain colours I need to keep GW on hand if I want them bright)

Dave Taylor breaks down the colours he used to paint an amazing mini: http://davetaylorminiatures.blogspot.com/2011/04/heavy-is-head.html

Gallery


Les Bursley has finished his circle http://awesomepaintjob.blogspot.com/2011/04/circle-orboros-finished.html

Massive Voodoo continues to impress: http://massivevoodoo.blogspot.com/2011/04/ho-ho-ho-pirates-like-to-roll.html

Brent has some great army shots from Adepticon http://strictlyaverage.blogspot.com/2011/04/adepticon-armies.html

Musing


NockerGeek has great advice for new artists: http://www.nockergeek.net/2011/03/23/but-i-cant-paint-like-that/

Gaming


Loq's got a good article about list building for beginners http://www.houseofpaincakes.com/2011/04/new-kid-in-town-making-list.html

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the mention. Together we can fight this discrimination!

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  2. Hehe, yeah, no problem :) My good buddy I started gaming with wayyy back when plays Ultramuhrines (proudly though) so I had to throw that out there. Amusing article too, while discussing some pretty valid things.

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