Monthly Archives: August 2009

Call for Historical Game Masters and Flea Market Sellers

HMGS GED FLYER 2009

The Historical Miniatures Gaming Society, East presents a “Games-in-Education Day” on  Saturday, September 26, 2009, from 9 am – 10 pm at the Baltimore Convention Center, One West Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland.

HMGS members are urged to invite teachers, educators and college students to this inaugural FREE event.

http://www.bccenter.org/index.php

Camden Lobby – Camden Terrace – rooms 345-350 *** Enter through the Otterbein Lobby ***

Currently Planned:

• Over 50 HISTORICAL EVENTS! (room for more than 100)

• FLEA MARKET ($10:  one table per member; first come/ first served)

• HISTORICAL VENDORS

• OPEN GAMING

• PARKING ARRANGEMENTS: To be announced soon

• EVENT REGISTRATION ON-SITE

• FOOD CONCESSIONS 11am – 8pm

• BAR OPEN 5pm – 11pm

• EVENT INFORMATION TO BE POSTED SOON ON http://www.hmgs.org/ged.htm

To register an event or reserve a flea market table, please send an email to games.education.day@gmail.com

* FREE ADMISSION *

Categories: Conventions, Uncategorized, Wargaming in general | 1 Comment

CHARGE! issue #24 to be mailed on-time!

Debi and I are pleased to announce that yet again, for the 24th consecutive time, we are mailing the most recent issue of the CHARGE! newsletter on time, as promised when we first started this not-for-profit endeavor. You should receive your copies within a week to 10 days. Articles include a neat old treatise on wargaming from the 19th century, a couple of scenarios for regimental-level ACW miniature wargaming, some terrain tips, a tour of a new Civil War museum in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and other goodies! Enjoy!

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Still more photos of Pawel Chrzanowski’s 10mm ACW figures!

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Here is the third installment of selected photos sent to me by Polish wargamer and figure painter Pawel Chrzankowski. He heavily customized the figures to add baggy pants and other details. His painting quality is among the very best that I seen to date.

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Now, carefully check out this stand of Johnny Rebs -aren’t they painted magnificently? Shadowed, highlighted, and washed: these are simply terrific!

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Categories: Civil War wargaming, Wargaming in general | 3 Comments

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