Prompted by a comment, and remembering how much fun it was to track down some of the best wargames rooms, I was thinking back of the great blogs that I have found since I started looking for toy soldiers, and how much I would like to keep looking!
One of the things I've done, late at night, when I am not quite ready for sleep, is to pore over links and photos until they lead to that awesome internet toy soldier find... a blog packed full of beautiful photos of miniature collections... inspiring conversions and dioramas... terrain projects... you know what I mean? There have been dozens of these sites over the years... the original Kapiti fusiliers, Gile's AWI blog, the Teahouse... so many great ones!
But of course... I am just one guy! I figure SO many people must have found toy soldier treasures online that I've never seen...
SO! I wanted to try this; I would love to ask each visitor to share just a SINGLE, absolutely-top-shelf toy soldier website that the rest of us can take a look.
The Share-the-Toy-Soldier-Blog Game!
A few rules!:)
Rule #1: Each person can only suggest ONE... so make sure to recommend the very best you've seen!
Rule #2: No repeats! If someone already provided a link for it, you've gotta contribute a different one!
Rule #3: Obviously, no posting your own.
So! I hope that some folks can share some great sites they have found, and that folks can find new places to look at toy soldiers!
I will start the game off with.....
Uhm... okay, it is AWFUL hard to beat Tarleton's Quarter... Giles Allison's FANTASTIC AWI blog is a treasure trove of eye candy coupled with fantastic text... just a great blog.
So... who is up next?!:)