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Painting & Model Making
- 28mm Victorian Warfare
“A man can never have too much red wine, too many books, or too much ammunition” – Rudyard Kipling
- Fife & Drum Miniatures
Fife & Drum Miniatures is a range of 1/56 scale (approximately 30mm in height) figures sculpted by Richard Ansell, and is devoted to the American Revolution.
- Green Stuff and Brass with Some Guts Behind It!
Green Stuff and Brass with Some Guts Behind It is the blog of the Architects of War terrain company.
- Henk of Holland
Henk of Holland – 1/72nd Kitset reviews and custom models.
- Jen Haley's "Paintrix Minis"
Jen is a Brilliant Figure Painter from Texas who has Aspergers – her site is Paintrix Miniatures.
- Maiwand Day
Being a mostly visual diary of the creation of high quality, historically accurate 25mm/28mm scale terrain for a refight of the battle waged by the British and Afghans on July 27th, 1880, in time for its recent 130th anniversary.
- Major Gen. Tremorden Rederring’s Colonial Wargames
Reportnn! Saarrr! Possibly ‘the’ Colonial Wargaming Website of the decade when it comes to TSATF! This link goes to the “Way-Back” Time Machine mirror as the original site (http://zeitcom.com/majgen/) is now defunct.
- Matakishi’s Teahouse
Paul Ward’s “Matakishi’s Teahouse” has some fantastic Crossfire content, including “Dad’s Army” & Carentan from “Band of Brothers”.
- Michael’s Cabinet
Website chock fill of great 28mm armies covering the Seven Years War, Napoleonics, and more… Also some great pictures of the Siborne “Small Model” of Waterloo.
- Mortars in Miniature
A fantastic site with wonderful vignettes of nearly 50 assorted World War II and Modern Mortars and related information.
- Rum Corps Tavern, The
A Watering Hole for the Weary Worldwide Wargamer – Oz (Australian) Wargaming & Modelling Forum.
- Scott's Wargaming
Scott Bowman’s place to write about and display pictures of war-games miniatures & enthuse about the fine hobby of war-gaming, and hopefully help or inspire others to do likewise.
- Squad Painter
Fantastic site by Jeff Lower in California, a high quality figure painter who does lots of wonderful 28mm stuff… (and a little 6mm & 15mm).
The Strange Miniatures – lots of great Pulp, Colonial, Alternative, and other Miniatures – also the man behind Lead Adventure Miniatures Company!
- Woodland Scenics
A leading manufacturer in the model railroad scenery industry.
- World War I Miniatures Showcase (at Frothers Unite!)
This 28mm miniatures showcase is dedicated to the first world war, or, as it was called then, “The Great War”, as the people of the time believed it would be “The War To End All Wars”…