Time for our weekly rendez-vous, fellow readers. Around 800 posts were published this week, in the blogs I usually follow. Yup, that's quite a lot, but I managed to select some, for your eyes only. And remember, should you know a blog, tell me about it. I'm always eager to discover new ones. Cheers.
Et nous revoila pour notre rendez-vous hebdomadaire, chers lecteurs. Vous etes formidaaables. Rien que pour, j;'ai parcouru plus de 800 posts, et j'ai garde le meilleur dans une selection que, j'espere, vous apprecierez. Et si vous connaissez un blog, faites-m'en part.
Here we go, and we'll start with a simple yet effective tutorial on how to paint some greenskinned goblins. Quite interesting:
Next, we have some wonderful German Stormtroopers, or Sturmtruppen, exquisitely painted by Sidney. Honestly, if you don't know his blog, I urge you to follow it:
If you like big guns, go see this post about some Union artilley in 28mm. I'm shaking in my little Confederate boots:
For those who don't know the game, here is a presentation of Command and Colors Ancients. I know the rules, that are available on the net, and adapting them to minis is a long term project I have, should I become bored of Art de la Guerre:
If you wonder what could 10mm look like when painted, just go to Hetairoi's blog, and you'll see, especially his Romans at the moment:
Back to heavy stuff, with wonderfully whitewashed and weathered Panthers. I so like them I can't wait to get the tutorial:
Next we have some Eastern buildings, with first a Japanese house, nicely executed, and then , a wonderful MDF jungle hut:
the hut is not finished yet, but worth a look, with a hint of nostalgia for those of us Airfix fans:
Have courage, I'm almost done ;)
Now we're en route to the Crusades era, with a very nicely painted and colourful Dailami army, in 15mm. I'm tempted to get one too, so versatile, and many units can be used for a lot of different armies:
For those who'd like to paint some feudal units, or Bretonians knights, Mike has finally compiled all his posts about heraldry. A pure gem, IMHO:
A bit nearer, but still during the middle ages (ok, early Renaissance if you want it too), a wonderful French pike square in 28mm ( the colours could be useful for a Bretonnian army/Empire):
Next, a French post (but easy to translate) about a Pulp Alley campaign. Sounds very promising, and the scenery is very good too. Enjoy:
And finally, a tour of the Battlefront factory in Malaysia. Very instructive:
And voila. If you saw something of interest, just tell me in the comments. Oh, and remember, Friday will be the 14th of February. Don't forget the flowers if you still want to play from time to time ;)
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Sunday, 9 February 2014
Choices of the week #6
Publié par Unknown à l'adresse 21:00
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c'est un post très intéressant je trouve mais faut avoir du temps pour compiler tout ces blogs !ReplyDelete
merci de le faire pour nous !
C'est vrai, mais j'ai un truc pour en gagner.Delete
Merci a toi
c'est quoi ton truc ??Delete
tu fais ça au boulot ?
Tu ne dors jamais ?
Tu as embauché du personnel ?
Non, j'utilise Feedly, c'est un lecteur de flux tres pratiques, car tu peux sauvegarder les posts qui te plaisent. C'est plus facile de faire un tri ensuite ;)Delete
More great choices, Sidney's miniatures really were superb.ReplyDelete
Indeed they areDelete
Seb, thanks for this roll up! I can't keep up with all of the great posts, and your list helped me catch some I'd missed.ReplyDelete
LOL on the Valentine's tip!
And the pleasure is mine