Miniature companies, heed our call!

If we are facing in the right direction, all we have to do is keep on walking.  ~Buddhist Saying

With a few tutorials and reviews under our belt it’s time to add a little order to the chaos! Our intention with MyWargame has been to deliver a gamer’s perspective of our hobby from army conception to building and painting your models and finally playing with your forces and the metagame.

The most visited area of the hobby will be the creative side of miniatures. As evident in our articles until now, modeling and painting is a big part of our agenda. As we delve into tutorials and articles, we hope to include many of the producing companies on the market in our reviews. We are always on the look out for new sources of models and custom bits to use in our kit bashes and model edits. If you represent such a company, we welcome your contact should you wish to see products reviewed. If you are a consumer, please let us know if we have overlooked any companies in our efforts.

This current list of companies we plan to review models for in the upcoming weeks, those in bold already reviewed at least once:

  • Maxmini
  • Ramshackle
  • Dragonforge
  • Pig Iron
  • Microarts
  • Heresy
  • Outcast
  • Kabuki
  • Enigma
  • Wyrd
  • Hasslefree

Rusty Dice

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  1. February 7, 2010

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