22 Nov

Detail of a Wargame collapsed building (Part 1) by WarStuft

WarStuftBest regards from WarStuft, comrades, in view of the success that my latest publication has had on social networks.

I will explain in a brief worklog of how to make this building, with several simple tricks that will improve the appearance of your wargame´s buildings!!!.

The building structure are two pieces recovered from another building I did, nothing is thrown here the foam core board is worth as gold and isn´t time to waste any expensive stuff. Read More

 
19 Nov

The Battle for Stalingrad

Greetings to all, this brief review only intends to pay homage to the team of comrades, who have worked throughout the past year to recreate one of the best wargame tables I have seen in a long time.


Presented in the context of the Alpha Ares-DAU 2017, it has been the star of the event, … they deserve it !!!!

The Battle for Stalingrad

Paulus’s 6th Army fought its way across the River Don and, on 23 August, were on the right bank of the Volga north of Stalingrad and moving into the suburbs. Read More

 
18 Nov

Alpha Ares- Dau 17 Whith WarStuft

Greetings to all Alpha Ares & Dau colleagues and my congratulations for your great work.

WarStuft is proud to have contributed a little, for the success of the Event, specifically in the Sif´s Demo who recreates the Battle of Gandesa, a greeting to Ferran and his partner, great work done.

In this recreation has been represented with miniatures a scenario set in the fighting that is produced in Gandesa at the end of July 1938, at the beginning of the well-known battle of the Ebro, so decisive and crucial for the future of the Spanish Civil War. Read More

 
12 Nov

Re-scaling resources to Our Prefered wargames by WarStuft

One of the main problems we have when we pull Google, is that not all resources are located in the scale we work with.

Posters,, scennery elements, Flags, papercraft Buildings… etc can easily be converted with the Microsoft Paint and a complement we must have to have installed on the computer a virtual printer ,that allows us to export the printed file in .pdf format.

Once we have opened the image with the paint program we can go to the main dialogue tab and choose the option print and then page setup. Read More