Wargames Illustrated Magazine – Issue 403 – July 2021
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Inside this month’s issue:
Wi Readers fill us in on their hobby exploits.
New hobby releases under the microscope.
FULL PAPER JACKET
Our monthly look at intriguing books.
TURNIP28 LINE INFANTRY
Wi’s Project Manager James took this month’s free Warlord Games French Napoleonic Line Infantry frame and kitbashed its figures into something very different!
Kicking off this month’s Viva la France theme, Jim Graham throws caution to the wind and charges headlong into this article on élan through the ages.
MAKING AN OPEN CRYPT
James Floyd Kelly shows us how to make a spooky tabletop centrepiece, ideal for a Gothic Horror setting.
ENFANTS PERDU – FRANCE’S LIGHT INFANTRY REVOLUTION
Colonel (Retired) Bill Gray examines Napoleonic Light infantry skirmishers.
WHY WE LOVE:
LEGENDS OF THE OLD WEST
Project Manager James and Legends of the Old West designer Mark Latham discuss this much-loved skirmish game.
HORIZON BLUE – PAINTING GREAT WAR POILUS
James Morris shares some of his brushstrokes in this painting guide for WW1 French.
THE BATTLE OF THE GOLDEN SPURS
Karim Van Overmeire looks at the medieval Flemish militia’s most famous victory, the battle of Courtrai.
SONS OF THE DESERT
Pete Brown presents a short campaign for the French Foreign Legion, set in the deserts of North Africa.
Barry Evans paints a 28mm resin Matilda ‘Boss’ Battle Tank from Victoria Miniatures with both airbrush and brush techniques.
SHADOW OF THE EAGLES
Keith Flint talks about his new set of rules for wargaming the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
“I’M SORRY DAVE, I’M AFRAID I CAN’T DO THAT”
Pete Brown’s got some thoughts on taking AI beyond solo gaming and into our two-player tabletop battles.
TALES FROM PENDAWAR
David Bickley settles on some ‘imaginations’ in the Indian sub-continent for his next project.
PART BUILT TIMBER-FRAMED BUILDINGS
Andrew Pearsall adds some part constructed timber-framed buildings to his tabletop.