17 Dec

Zvezda´s Sturmtiger Kit Review and Painting worklog by WarStuft.


Sturmtiger (German: “Assault Tiger”) was a World War II German assault gun built on the Tiger I chassis and armed with a 380 mm rocket-propelled round.

The official German designation was Sturmmörserwagen 606/4 mit 38 cm RW 61.

Its primary task was to provide heavy fire support for infantry units fighting in urban areas.

The few vehicles produced fought in the Warsaw Uprising, the Battle of the Bulge and the Battle of the Reichswald.

The fighting vehicle is also known under a large number of informal names, among which the Sturmtiger became the most popular.

The idea for a heavy infantry support vehicle capable of demolishing heavily defended buildings or fortified areas with a single shot came out of the experiences of the heavy urban fighting in the Battle of Stalingrad in 1942. Read More

16 Sep

50K views in WarStuft Special Raffle

50K views in WarStuft Special Raffle

Raising a flag on the Reichstag is the name of a historic photograph taken on May 2, 1945 by photographer Yevgueni Jaldéi in Berlin, at the Nazi Germany.

It shows soldiers of the Red Army raising the flag of the Soviet Union on the German Reichstag, completely in ruins, in the Battle of Berlin during the end of World War II..

The photo, which showns the taking one of the most emblematic Nazi buildings, was extremely popular, being reprinted in hundreds of publications for propaganda purposes. Read More

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.


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

24 Jun

BSA Napoleonic Freeware Ruleset & Hat´s Austrian Artillery review by Warstuft


BSA Napoleonic Freeware Ruleset report by Warstuft

Artillery Facing inf units.

Warstuft today approaches to a classic one of the wargames that recreates the Napoleonic battles.

There are numerous ruleset, but today in Warstuft, we approach one that has caught our attention for its simplicity and gameplay, this is BSA (Bajo la sombra del Aguila),  Under The Eagle shadow in english…

After almost two years of the development of the game and playtesting, the guys of the Atalaya-Vigia Game Club of Zaragoza, Spain, have released the latest version of this ruleset of Napoleonic battles.

It would be unfair to forget some of the elements that have succeeded in getting this project forward, Pablo Gómez “Kirgan”, Roberto Martinez “Ibero”, Carlos Moro “Imrahil”, Jesus Sanchez “Arendal”, Pedro “Sheix”, Carlos “Sir Grahon “, Jorge” Rexor “and Enrique” Mercenario_zgz “. Without them it would have been impossible to carry out this project. Read More

21 Jun

Warstuft and Xan Miniatures 2017 New stuff preview

Warstuft and Xan Miniatures 2017 New stuff preview


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Look the detail…is great!!!

WarStuft presents today another brand that provides miniatures, this time are 20 &15 mm scale and of exceptional quality.

Xan Miniatures & his newest brand Steel 72 (for WW2 miniatures), have a very kinddly and intuitive web page who allows order their stuff easily and support all payment plataforms most used in the market. 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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18 Mar

Dorchester ACV from Skytrex Miniatures Review by Ignacio Herrero

A well camouflaged command post.

One of the most iconic vehicle of the WW2, it´s a perfect unknow betwen the people not habitual to the Second Worl War history.

Those one, isn´t a tank, airplane,…etc. Was a command car, who were used for English and German Army during whole World War.

During the Second World War, the United Kingdom was the only country to develop and widely employ purpose-built armoured command vehicles. Those were essentially armoured buses based on truck chassis.

The most common ACV of the British Army was the AEC 4×4 ACV. The vehicle, based on AEC Matador chassis, entered production in 1941. A total of about 415 units were built. The vehicle was used for the first time in the North African Campaign and remained in service until the end of the war. Read More

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

09 Feb

Unboxing LVT-4 ‘Buffalo’ Amtrac from Warlord Miniatures

The Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) is an amphibious warfare vehicle and amphibious landing craft, introduced by the United States Navy.

The Marine Corps and Army used several LVT models during World War II. Originally intended solely as cargo carriers for ship to shore operations, they evolved into assault troop and fire support vehicles. The types were known as amphtrack, amtrak, amtrac etc., being portmanteaus of amphibious tractor, and alligator or gator.

The fourth LVT was designed in 1943, on the basis of the LVT-2. It was the first to feature a stern ramp for the unloading of personnel and cargo. It was also the most produced of any LVTs during the war. Read More

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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