miniatures Archive

  • Hello all, and welcome back to War Duke’s table-top miniatures review. I know this was supposed to have been a monthly article, but in between having to move recently, worrying with my dad’s surgery, dealing with an impacted wisdom tooth *and* the holiday rat-race, I haven’t had much time to get this thing done. So without further adieu, let’s get this show back on the road and in proper form. WD: I’d like to start by welcoming our guest Matthew Solarz, whom I recently reviewed in part one of this discussion; covering his CenterStage Miniatures product line. Thank you Matt for taking the time out to speak with us here at Nerd-Trek. MS: Thanks for your interest in CSM! WD: […]

    Warduke’s Table-Top Miniatures Review – Center Stage pt.2

    Hello all, and welcome back to War Duke’s table-top miniatures review. I know this was supposed to have been a monthly article, but in between having to move recently, worrying with my dad’s surgery, dealing with an impacted wisdom tooth *and* the holiday rat-race, I haven’t had much time to get this thing done. So without further adieu, let’s get this show back on the road and in proper form. WD: I’d like to start by welcoming our guest Matthew Solarz, whom I recently reviewed in part one of this discussion; covering his CenterStage Miniatures product line. Thank you Matt for taking the time out to speak with us here at Nerd-Trek. MS: Thanks for your interest in CSM! WD: […]

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  • Welcome to my very first miniatures review on NERD-TREK. In this ( hopefully ongoing) series, we will be taking a close look at gaming miniatures both past and present. Including interviews with manufacturers, sculptors, painters and fellow enthusiasts as well as product reviews and possible sneak peeks at some upcoming miniatures. In part one of this post, we’ll be covering some of the products from Center Stage Miniatures.  Which reminds me, I’d like to take a moment and personally thank Matthew Solarz at Center Stage for donating both their time as well as the minis that made this series possible.  But enough about me, on with the review….   It was several months ago that I was contacted by the […]

    Warduke’s Table-Top Miniatures Review – Center Stage pt.1

    Welcome to my very first miniatures review on NERD-TREK. In this ( hopefully ongoing) series, we will be taking a close look at gaming miniatures both past and present. Including interviews with manufacturers, sculptors, painters and fellow enthusiasts as well as product reviews and possible sneak peeks at some upcoming miniatures. In part one of this post, we’ll be covering some of the products from Center Stage Miniatures.  Which reminds me, I’d like to take a moment and personally thank Matthew Solarz at Center Stage for donating both their time as well as the minis that made this series possible.  But enough about me, on with the review….   It was several months ago that I was contacted by the […]

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  • Build your own Camp Tents for your tabletop RPG games! Note: instructions follow the visual presentation!     The instructions and photos given were created in ¼” scale, meaning, ¼” would equal 1 foot in the real world. You can use the same construction process to build in any scale you desire. 1.  I cut my center posts and rafter to the size of the tent I want. I use flat boards for my flooring and more solid strips of wood for the main posts and rafters and beam. I like to use bass wood versus balsa just because it is stronger.   2.  Glue two “T” shapes together, these will become the main beam and posts for your tent. […]

    How to build miniature Work Camp Tents

    Build your own Camp Tents for your tabletop RPG games! Note: instructions follow the visual presentation!     The instructions and photos given were created in ¼” scale, meaning, ¼” would equal 1 foot in the real world. You can use the same construction process to build in any scale you desire. 1.  I cut my center posts and rafter to the size of the tent I want. I use flat boards for my flooring and more solid strips of wood for the main posts and rafters and beam. I like to use bass wood versus balsa just because it is stronger.   2.  Glue two “T” shapes together, these will become the main beam and posts for your tent. […]

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  • Matt Wilson, Chief Creative Officer of Privateer Press & Director of the film Wolfsbane sat down with NERD TREK for an exclusive interview.  Privateer Press is responsible for the WARMACHINE product line as well as HORDES, IRON KINGDOMS, and No Quarter Magazine.  The movie Wolfsbane is Wilson’s first foray into the film industry and is a steam-punk twist on the classic tale of Little Red Riding Hood.   JN:  Hello Matt, thanks for taking the time to meet with NERD TREK and answer some questions!   MW: My pleasure! I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to be able to get back to you. I think this has been, quite possibly, one of the busiest years of my life due in no small part […]

    NERD TREK interview with Matt Wilson of Privateer Press!

    Matt Wilson, Chief Creative Officer of Privateer Press & Director of the film Wolfsbane sat down with NERD TREK for an exclusive interview.  Privateer Press is responsible for the WARMACHINE product line as well as HORDES, IRON KINGDOMS, and No Quarter Magazine.  The movie Wolfsbane is Wilson’s first foray into the film industry and is a steam-punk twist on the classic tale of Little Red Riding Hood.   JN:  Hello Matt, thanks for taking the time to meet with NERD TREK and answer some questions!   MW: My pleasure! I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to be able to get back to you. I think this has been, quite possibly, one of the busiest years of my life due in no small part […]

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