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11 blogs about Modelmaking.

  1. 30Squares
    I write about making miniature things with detours into a few other arts, crafts, and sciences. By J D Lowe. 🇨🇦 More info

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    A craftsman kit of E. L. Moore's Bunn's Feed & Seed?
    Kit box images sourced from this item on eBayGalen alerted me to this kit version of E. L. Moore's Bunn's Feed & Seed currently (as of this posting) up for sale on eBay. I haven't …
    By J D Lowe, 154 words
  2. Azazel's Bitz Box
    Painting, Modelling, Miniatures, 1:6, Games... Whatever else I find interesting. More info

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    Marvel United: Beast and “First Class” Iceman
    AKA Hank and Bobby go to White Castle. After a little delay in posts via being generally tired and all of those daily posts, we have the final figures of April’s output. It’s the Blue …
    By Azazel, 346 words
  3. The Brushpainter
    Put Down the Airbrush and BREATHE. 🇺🇸 More info

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    An Update
    While I’ve been “busy” with other things (not all of them pleasant) I’ve managed to neglect my little online world and cause many of my followers to wonder if I’m ever coming back. Never fear. …
    By Brushpainter, 413 words
  4. Carmen's Fun Painty Time
    28mm and 40mm scale painting and building, projects, tutorials and tips. More info

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    Senjutsu: Battle for Japan
    I haven't actually played it yet, but I've seen the videos, read the rules, and it looks fun. Not only that, but I already have a sizeable collection of painted samurai to use!The only problem …
    By Evilcartoonist, 181 words
  5. FauxHammer - Blog
    For Miniature Painters, Hobbyists and fans of Painting Games Workshop Miniatures. We also review Tools and Accessories used to support your modelling goals. More info

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    Warhammer Age of Sigmar Stormbringer Delivery 17: Issues 63-66 Review
    With the month of May coming to its end, we return with a roundup of all things Stormbringer. Take a The post Warhammer Age of Sigmar Stormbringer Delivery 17: Issues 63-66 Review appeared first on …
    By VoltorRWH, 46 words
  6. Magpie and Old Lead
    By axiom. More info

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    Inq et nunc - Wurmbi, Jokaero
    One of the fun things about shifting scale is that figures can take on a different feel. A large hulking figure can become small and nimble or vice versa. I plan to use a few …
    By axiom, 104 words
  7. Shouting Into The Void
    Fitz's Roleplaying, Wargaming and Modeling-related blather. By Peter Fitz. 🇳🇿 More info

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    Crocodile
    When I was working on some Churchills recently, I realised that although I have a couple of examples of the Funnies (fascine, bridgelayer, AVRE) I didn't have a Crocodile. So I went hunting, and found …
    By Peter Fitz, 274 words
  8. Sky River Dolls
    By Vega. More info

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  9. Small Scale World
    Plastic Toys Soldiers, everything plastic, toy or military, including farm, zoo, space, Wild West, and all other plastic toys, models and playthings, logos, lingos, company histories and nomenclature. By Hugh Walter. 🇬🇧 More info

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    T is for Toys in the Media, Part the . . . God Knows!
    A trio of Hestair Kiddybrick related adverts from the archive tonight, call it a Lazy Post with a bit of a tangential rant, and realise things will get better here again, shortly!Advert for Intel, now …
    By Hugh Walter, 82 words
  10. SteelonSandBlog
    A record of various projects involving smaller scale Wargaming Miniatures... More info

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    15mm Terminator: Junkyard Dogs
    I’ve started work on sourcing and painting up some scenic elements and terrain for the 15mm Terminator project, and am kicking things off with some wrecked cars and a suitably scrappy junkyard.I’ve found that 15mm …
    By SteelonSand, 601 words
  11. Ye-Olde-Site-of-Curiosities
    Mainly a place where I can record my current interests. By Jan Ferris. More info

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    Miscellaneous Patterned Bits
    Like I allude to in an ealier post I thought it might be interesting going through these bank envelopes to see what they contain. This envelope was marked with "patterned bits". It contains small bits …
    By Jan Ferris, 77 words