Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Miniature Wargames Issue 373



I got my issue of Miniature Wargames with my Ogre article in it at the weekend.  What can I say that doesn't sound like self-promotion?  Its got my Ogre article in it, enough said OK?  Above is an alternative picture that didn't make the cut.

For any SJG people reading this, especially Brian, a copy is winging its way across to you now via airmail.

PS: Ogre fans go and buy a copy of Miniature Wargames #373 now.
   

10 comments:

  1. Hey hey! Congratulations. Can't wait to see the article.

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    1. Let me know what you think. More importantly, let Henry know what you think.

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  2. Headed out to buy a copy right now!

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    1. I'll wait here until you get back.

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  3. Congrats on your article! Looking forward to reading it.

    P.S. What did you use to make that explosion in the picture?

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    1. The explosion was what one might call the product of an evolving process. I started with some gauzy white material I had, used as packing material in a parcel I received, which I shaped and stiffened up using PVA. Unfortunately, it didn't look very good, so I then covered it with Woodland Scenics foliage and painted it black and then dry brushed it to what you see now. I hope that helps?

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  4. Nice looking picture. Congratulations.

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    1. Thank you, though Henry cursed me, because all my pictures had a magenta/cyan cast in them that he had to correct.

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  5. Congrats on getting published!

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