Well...looks like I am late to the wargaming blog game, although I have had a website from 1997. So why have I decided to start my own blog. I guess I am influenced by many fellow gamers out there that I have their own wargame blogs and I have seen lots of useful information from them. I have also recently stepped down as our wargaming club secretary where I edited the monthly newsletter. I figure I could probably pass along some useful information as well. I doubt I'll be passing along much painting tips as their are many better painters out there.
My focus has been more on the obscure historical battles not the mainstream battles/wars. Almost all the scenarios I do are actual historical battles. I don't mind playing hypethetical scenarios, but it is not my thing. I try my best to paint up everything historic to the battle.
The periods that I am intereted in range mainly from post-Napoleonic to Vietnam War. I focus mainly on Colonial and WWII. I do have Medieval, Renaissance and Napoleonic miniatures though. I have naval and ground forces. No air-to-air specific models.
Miniature scale wise, I focus on 10 to 15mm for ground forces and then a mix for naval. I actually painted up my first 25/28mm scale miniatures. Still not a fan, but I'll paint up a few for skirmish games.
No guarentees how frequently I will be posting, but I hope to share a bunch of good information.