Have added a fresh page (see navigation bar above)- Charge inspiration - with a few scans of the original plates from that mighty tome that got so many of us into the hobby.
Links and Styles
One evening each week (normally a thursday) when my schedule allows, I do like a good surf... and it's not only "classic" wargaming sites I dip into.
So, in addition, I have added a host of links (right hand side, scroll right down), separated into categories: "Old School"; "Middle School/ Gilder-esque", and "All Mod Cons".
I'm fascinated by the design decisions people make when pursuing their wargaming projects and the styles adopted in building a collection. That's style in terms of figure style, terrain style, painting style, basing style.
This part of my own collection covered by this blog is of course in the old school category. And others have followed a slightly later tradition, influenced by Peter Gilder. And then there are those people whose wargaming is simply about doing things with the materials and methodology available right up to the minute. There's no "right way", no "wrong way", and I'm sure the categories could be torn down, subdivided, or undergo all manner of disection. But, I hope you find it a useful guide.
By the way, if I have in any way "mis-categorised" a blog, it is not deliberate. And if your blog doesn't appear there, let me know and I'll add more in.
Meantime, best wishes...