Tutorials

Painting a Warmongers Goblin Miniature – Tutorial

See a Warmongers goblin miniature painted. This is a seasonal model that reflects the common style of Warmongers. It features an old-fashioned look that is popular with many enthusiasts. The artist will tackle this paint job using a modern touch. See her at work below:

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Large Diorama Model of London

Youtube user, janosKern, brings us one of the most vibrant and historical cities in the world in diorama style. Check out this awesome diorama of the capital of the United Kingdom.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCnicrxRQ1o

Diorama Soviet Infantry Assault Group – Urban Ruins 1/35

User, Toni G Castroviejo presents a diorama that preserves a Soviet infantry assault group in perfect detail. Outstanding quality figures and terrain from Zvezda. The scene provides a lifelike atmosphere of war conditions.

See the full video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOXxLaDl_oo

Painting Dark Elf Witch Elves

This excellent video from ‘TheApatheticFish’ demonstrates the steps and processes of painting a dark elf witch for fantasy wargames. The result beautiful! Definitely go support this user’s channel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMMbdnHYFhg

‘Painting Wargaming Figures’ by Javier Gomez

Javier Gomez provides an overview on the basics of painting wargame figures. Youtuber “Paint or Die Miniatures’ gives a thorough review and read-through of Mr. Gomez’s book.

Check out the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwyaGmuvk4c

Making a Waterwell for Wargaming and Dioramas

Helpful tutorial on making a scale water well for wargames or dioramas. The video covers the process using simple materials and it is completely scratch-built. Check it out below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1KHiQKwo6M

Board Games to Play over the Holidays

Some holidays are spent the simply way. This means sitting around a warm fire with some toasty hot chocolate over a game of Scrabble. Board games still provide great family fun that keeps everyone engaged, which can’t always be done on a smartphone or computer. Here are several of our favorite board games to play over the holidays.

•Clue
•Battleship
•Monopoly
•Aggravation

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/12/16/with-great-board-games-no-ones-bored-at-christmas.html

Review of Dragon Quest Builders

Dragon Quest Builders re-introduces the land of Alefgard from the first installment of this legendary RPG series. While returning to a familiar setting, it kickstarts a new adventure under the premise that the original hero from the first game did not defeat the Dragonlord. Despite this history, newcomers won’t feel too overwhelmed if this is their first game in the series.

Square Enix does an effective job of laying out the game’s mechanics through the balanced tutorial section. This allows users to easily launch their first building projects and craft powerful items.

Read more here http://www.gamespot.com/reviews/dragon-quest-builders-review/1900-6416573/

Tutorial on Simple Basing

Creating the most presentable figurines for wargaming involves doing good basic basing. Here is a quick tutorial on how get the essentials down for basing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hB-Z9qPdMB4

Wargame Red Dragon Tank Guide

Stealth 17 Gaming shows you how to construct and develop tanks for many of the different nations. This includes France, UK, Russia, US, Germany, and more. The video also goes over the military doctrine of all nations. See the full video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acOV57UNjJ4