Last month, on February 25th and 26th, was the second opus of Medal of Colors on the Inq28munda theme. It was a great success and you’ll see in the upcoming weeks the pictures and reports on this blog and Rémi’s one.
Time flies pretty fast! Three months went and I didn’t published any article on the blog. One may think that this is a lack of activities on the hobby front but in fact it was quite the opposite. I was so much busy with two major projects I’m working on that I didn’t find the… Read More Medal of Colors next episode: Inquisimunda!
Nothing scenery nor wargame related today (if only X-wing was in 1:48 scale), here is the last challenge we had with my brush-jedi friend Rémi from Salaise Figurines Studio. We both are Star wars fans and when Bandaï released their new kits, we knew what we had to do. Through his Painting Studio, Rémi recently developed… Read More Painting a Snowspeeder in one-day
If there is one thing I like more than painting and playing with Miniatures, it’s outdoor sports. I really like to be out there, discovering the world, hiking through dense forests, climbing mountain, canyoning and whitewater kayaking through wild rivers (not so wild I mean, I’m not really good at this actually). So when I could combine… Read More Kawarau River Table project
Today a little bit of history. Do you know the Kieffer commando? Even if you’re french you may not know this famous commando, which was part of the D-day landing in Normandy back in June 1944. They were 177 men of the 1er Bataillon de Fusiliers Marins Commandos, the only 177 french soldiers who took part… Read More D-day: Kieffer commando
Few weeks ago, we went in vacations in the Canary islands with my beloved wife. After much hiking, we spent one day visiting the city of Santa Cruz, Tenerife. I had a great time visiting their Military History Museum, full of real-size guns, tanks and even a huey helicopter! You could find more pictures and information… Read More Military History Museum: inspiration