27 Jun

Tursas Miniatures Mighty Beer Beer Review by Ignacio Herrero

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WarStuft is proud to present  a newly project has been born from Finland. 

Simo Hiltunen, Lassi Warsta and Heidi Salo,  are the core of a very exciting project, creating Tursas Miniatures.

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Jarkko Hentunen alias “BeerBeer” playing BB concentrated!!!

 

Lassi Warsta has experience on 3d modelling and here we can see how they modelled BeerBeer, using the best and moderns 3d printing devices!!! and then cast this master on a fine white metal miniature.

Tursas Miniatures, is a space where it offers a service of 3d modeling and casting of miniatures. Read More

 
25 Jun

Avanti Savoia token Set for Bolt Action by WarStuft

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Italian&Axis Rule set from Warlord miniatures

Today WarStuft is proud to present, probably one of the master of Scratch Scene at Spain!!!.

A few weeks ago, my good colleague Juan Luis Moreno Tapia alias “Mortap”, told me that if he was able to make some tokens for his Bolt Action Italian army.

http://www.warlordgames.com/downloads/pdf/Bolt_Action_Italian_basic_list.pdf

This great artist, has magical hands that have allowed him to create all kind of vehicles and weapons from zero.

If you want to introduce you to the world of scratch and Diy, I highly recommend that you click on his blog. Read More

 
02 Jun

Battlefront Arado 234 “Blitz” Bomber Review by Ignacio Herrero

Arado with extra fuel Belly Tank

The Arado Ar 234 Blitz (English: lightning) was the world’s first operational jet-powered bomber, built by the German Arado company in the closing stages of World War II.

Produced in very limited numbers, it was used almost entirely in the reconnaissance role, but in its few uses as a bomber it proved to be nearly impossible to intercept. It was the last Luftwaffe aircraft to fly over Britain during the war, in April 1945.

Arado Blitz with USAF markings

Capable of 461 miles per hour at 20,000 feet and faster than any Allied fighter it was likely to face in the sky during its era, the Arado Ar 234 was the world’s first operational jet bomber. It was initially used for reconnaissance. Adolf Hitler considered it to be one of the wunderwaffen, or “wonder weapons” that would reverse his fortunes at a time when Nazi Germany was losing the war. Read More

 
01 Jun

Interview whith Thunder Chrome and worklog of a 3d model

David Martinez and Matias Parragués the core of the project Thunder Chrome.

As they say in their background “Tired of using glue and cardboard to do your scennery”, if so, the solution is in a click. The guys of Thunder Chrome, David Martinez and Matías Parragués, a year ago developed a project that has reached its maturity with the departure this week of the new range of  Sci Fi scennery, that in principle will leave in the patronage platform KickStarter.

Those guys in a funny pose!!!

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17 May

Diy Dragon Teeth tutorial by Ignacio Herrero

Diy Dragon Teeth tutorial by Ignacio Herrero

Dragon’s teeth (‘Panzersperre Höckerlinie’ in German “Thx Seb for your add”) are square pyramidal fortifications of reinforced concrete first used during the Second World War to impede the movement of tanks and mechanised infantry. The idea was to slow down and channel tanks into killing zones where they could easily be disposed of by anti-tank weapons. They were employed extensively, but in practice, the use of combat engineers and specialist clearance vehicles enabled them to be disposed of relatively quickly, and they proved far less of an obstacle than many had expected.

Dragon’s teeth were extensively used by all sides in the European Theatre. The Germans made extensive use of them in the Siegfried Line and the Atlantic Wall. Typically, each “tooth” was 90 to 120 cm (3 to 4 ft) tall depending on the precise model.

Land mines were often laid between the individual “teeth”, and further obstacles constructed along the lines of “teeth” (such as barbed wire to impede infantry, or diagonally-placed steel beams to further hinder tanks). The French army employed them in the Maginot Line, while many were laid in the United Kingdom in 1940–1941 as part of the effort to strengthen the country’s defenses against a possible German invasion.

Due to the huge numbers laid and their durable construction, many thousands of dragon’s teeth can still be seen today, especially in the remains of the Siegfried and Maginot Lines. Dragon’s teeth can also still be found in the remains of the Zealand part of the Atlantic Wall, like in Groot-Valkenisse.

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15 Mar

Psc german trucks – update 1: wheels- by Eduard Ferrer

Hi folks.
Here comes a small update to my popularly acclaimed original PSC German truck review.
This time I’ll show you how the extra 5 German Trucks made of spare parts from the original PSC sprue come alive.
If you remember I told you it was pretty easy to build the free extra 5 trucks from the box, using some plasticard and cut sprue. The only missing key pieces to complete the spare trucks were the frontal wheels.
Ok, here comes to the rescue another brilliant Green Stuff product: Blue Stuff Moulds 4 bars. Read More

 
01 Mar

Green Stuff World Textured Rolling Pins Review by Eduard Ferrer

Hello again, this is Eduard reviewing some stuff for you!

I just purchased two Green Stuff World Textured Rolling Pins, and I’d like to share my experience to you.

Made of clear PMMA plastic with amazing non stick properties. Not toxic. They come in several different textures that you can purchase based on your specific needs.

Length: 14’50 cm (5’5 inches)
Diameter: 2’5cm (1 inch)
Pattern Size: 5×10 mm (variable with multiple stone types, all of them different)
Recommended Scales: 1/22 – 1/32 – 1/35 – 1/43 – 1/48

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06 Feb

Review Plastic Soldier Company German Medium Trucks by Eduard Ferrer

Eduard Ferrer Belda

Hello, my friend and colleague Ignacio asked me for a series of model kits reviews because of my long service on the model building career and the love I feel for miniatures. I kindly accepted his offer and from now on Ill be publishing some reviews always from a personal and amateur approach. I´m  42, from Spain, and with two beautiful daughters just growing up. Time is scarce, English language a personal proposal, and being a bit inquisitive a way of life. Take that into account when reading my articles, and above of all, thank you in advance for spending your time reading what I have to say. I write for the community since I like to read from it. Any comments are more than welcome!!!.


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