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Painting diary focused on Warhammer 40K 2nd ed., 5th ed. WHFB, related GW games, and miscellaneous whimsy
Tinkering with Artwork and Ideas
A Warhammer 40k wargaming hobby blog of a Games Workshop fanboy. Painting to a table standard.
- I model - therefore I am -
Painting and modelling Blog (mainly GW stuff)
Sharing what I like about wargaming
In the grim darkness of the far future, there is only war.
Wargaming the past eras
The Warhammer 40K gaming and hobby experiences of Prot
A blog about KrautScientist's wargaming exploits
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Organic Herbs, Herbals, Sustainable Gardening
The life and loves of a plantsman
All about the solitaire play of board games, wargames, and PC games.
Miniature Painting by M. Scott Merrifield
by Anne Bonney
(sorry, no balloons)
My ongoing wargames projects!
Behind those net curtains, one man builds an army...
28mm Little big soldiers miniatures
An Edinburgh Gaming Blog
History and Hardware of Warfare
Musings of a Wandering Game Mage
A peek into the twisted mind of Karel Antónovič Janáček
Miniature projects in many scales and periods, and likely a few digressions.
Toy soldier wargaming stuff.
Sculpting some worlds
A blog about wargames, miniatures and terrain
Wargaming in the Age of Austerity!
Out of the Basement and into the Streets.
Sharing Projects of Mixed Interest since 2013
Strategy & leadership in the historical wargames world
Recording adventures in miniature painting by an semi-talented painter whose skills are not as good as he would like them to be...
Outgunned, outnumbered, though never outclassed.
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Board Game Reviews, Reports, and Reflections.
2 thoughts on “Graphic Design”
Hi Bob, I have discovered your writing about your personal experience visiting WW1 for Thomas Parnham. We are related!!!
Bryan Wood, George Wood and Robin Wood sons of Gladys May Farnham, are all visiting France to celebrate 100 year annerversary of Tomas’s death.
Robin and his wife Mandy visited in 1979 to take Gladys May Wood to visit her dads Thomas grave. We fund the place to be beautiful and well kept and are now going again with two brothers to visit.
What lovely memory you shared.
Thank you so much for getting in touch, Any information you know about him would be greatly appreciated, family ties, history etc.