Wargaming the Seven Years War with 40mm miniatures, done by: Johann-Peter Scheck and Anselm Scheck

Monday, December 3, 2012

Thank you, Mosstrooper!

I have been kindly nominated for the Liebster Blog Award by Mosstrooper http://tinsoldieringon.blogspot.de/. Thank you very much for this honour.
I now have to list 5 blogs that inspire me and that I visit often, so I would like you present the following blogs:
1. Association Les Riflemen - http://riflemens.blogspot.de/: Phil is a impressive man with an incredible imagination and rich fantasy - his pictures and documentations are colourful and seducing me always into another world. Merci, Phil!
2. Emperor vs. Elector: - http://emperor-elector.blogspot.de/ - this was the first blog I found about wargaming in the mid 18. century and inspired me deeply, especially the splendid pictures of the tabletop games they did. It evoqued in me the wish to have a big table and a paysage for gaming battles. Merci, messieurs!
3. Dreispitz - http://dreispitz.blogspot.de/ - I adore Mike for his great talent how he paints the miniatures. He is - like me - quitely engaged in job affairs and find seldom free time to care about the figures. But in this hours he creates a fantastic oeuvre. I wished he would change into 40mm range, so I could meet him to wargame... Danke, Mike!
4.  Campaigns in Germania - http://campaignsingermania.blogspot.de/ - my respect to this group of gentlemen strategists warfaring complicated and complex battles with handbooks of rules - and always smiling. 
5. Torgau Project - http://torgauproject.blogspot.de/ - Fabrizio is in my eyes an artist, I am ravished about his talent to paint such small figures - his photo shots are well chosen and give an impression flying over a battleground. Grande rispetto, Fabrizio!
6. The sharp end of the brush - http://sharpbrush.blogspot.de/ - Rob is one of the small group of 40mm-collectors like me and he does a great job with his miniatures, full of fantasy and inspriration. He takes the freedom to create own, fictive armies in a harmonic colours concept. Greetings, Rob!


2 comments:

  1. I am very happy and proud for this nomination, and I greatly appreciate the very kind words ... a very big thank you!
    Cheers,
    Phil.

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  2. I nominate you for the Liebster blog award too ! the others have got in first

    -- Allan

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