I built a set of trench segments for AQMF alongside the artillery fortifications. Since the big guns had defenses, it was time to take care of the grunts. As much as I love the game, miniatures, and setting, I’ve always gamed in 28mm. The switch to 15mm/18mm was especially painful because I’d have to build […]Read more "15mm Trench Line"
Last week I finally got around to painting terrain and finished the light artillery/fixed cannon emplacements. They could use some details, so in the future I may look for some artillery-related bits in 15mm, but they are table-worthy right now. The bunkers are removable to allow for a wide range of options and games. As […]Read more "AQMF: WIP Artillery Fortifications, Part II"
Finally back to work after a lengthy hiatus from gaming. Last year I started work on fortifications for my American troops in AQMF, including a lengthy trench system and hardened artillery positions based on local fortifications from the era, as I’ve blogged about previously. Well, the trenches didn’t work out (thanks for using the wrong […]Read more "AQMF: WIP Artillery Fortifications"
I’ve raved about the wonders of your local dollar general for cheap terrain building materials, but I wanted to take a quick look at some unique pieces, namely the Christmas seasonal decorations (yes, I’ve had these since December and only now have started thinking about doing anything with them). It’s worth looking for each national […]Read more "AQMF: Trip to the Dollar Store"
Wow, has it really been 5 months since I last published an entry? I did take some time to work on my terrorism/nukes blog, and haven’t had much time to touch the models lately, so I guess it’s time for a return to the hobby. Tonight I want to start a short series on how […]Read more "Getting Started With the Hobby, Part 1: Tools and Materials"