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

 
07 Jun

An Interview with Marcos Garcia of Punkapocalyptic

An Interview with Marcos Garcia of Punkapocalyptic

Marcos Garcia,Lorena Azpiri, Israel Gutierrez and Marco Paraja.

Punkapocalyptic is a 30 mm miniature game, created by Bad Roll Games (Marcos Garcia, Israel Gutierrez and Marco Paraja) that involves skirmishes between gangs in a pimp and lethal post-apocalyptic world.

A good background, great work of modeling and scenery, … but What moves behind Punkapocalyptic?. I have moved among this group of wargame  enthusiasts and I did some questions about their projects, dreams and wishes. 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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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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27 Jan

Atalaya Vigia Tournament Part 2

Last weekend took place the traditional event organized by The Club Atalaya Vigia of Zaragoza (Spain). In a large conditioned area of ​​Camping Municipal of Zaragoza, a large number of players from all parts of Spain were concentrated, to play their favorite wargames, Flames of War, Euphoria, Warmachine, DBA…

WarStuft mades a considerable effort to be at the height of the event, providing the prizes for players of the Flames of War Tournament.
Finally there were 24 players and the tournament was held on Sunday, January 22, in a great atmosphere of camaraderie and sportsmanship.

Best General of the Tournament David Soriano

The list of winners of the tournament is as follows …

  • Best General: David Soriano 3 victory and 16 pts.
  • Best Axis General: Luis Hernandez “Drino” 3 victory and 15 pts.
  • Best painted Army Jesus Lopez 2 victory and 13 pts.
  • Best Allied General Pascual Gutierrez 2 victory and 13 pts
  • Best organized Iñaki Adanez 1 victory and 9 pts.
  • Axis wood spoon Antonio Sola 0 victory and 7 pts.
  • Allied wood spoon Alvaro Arguedas 0 victory and 3 pts.

There is nothing left to congratulate the other players and organizers for performing such a magnificent event. Is already less for Atalaya-Vigia 2018, hands on work !!!!;)
See ya!!!

 

 
24 Nov

Diy lake for Flames of War

Hi,,, another piece of scenery for flames of war, one lake or pond… using the same technic than the tree bases…. its very easy  c´mon let´s go!!!

For those job we needed:

  • 3 mm black pvc foam.
  • HotMelt gun and glue bars…
  • Tiny saw.
  • X-Acto knife
  • Sand and peebles.
  • Static Grass.
  • Medium Gel.
  • Gap filler.
  • Gloss coat.
  • Tufts and flowers.
  • No more…;)

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17 Oct

Half Diy Telegraph Poles for Flames of War ;)

Hi..Mates.

Yes…It´s half diy because I taked the other half on a Railway Stuff Shop, thx to Heiki for those kindy set.

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Poles pasted on PVC Foam

Each bag includes 12 telegraph poles, enough to place near a road or railway track. For the bases I used 25 mm rounded ones of Forex or PVC Foamy….easy to cut and bevel with X-Acto kniffe.

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Heki Telegraph Poles R.3136

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