Readers’ short, sharp wargames projects.
The latest books, miniatures, and terrain get examined.
NEIL’S GOT IT COVERED
Artist Neil Roberts discusses his ten favourite pieces of Wargames Illustrated cover art.
WHY WE WRITE
Pete Brown’s the prolific wordsmith behind many of our best articles through the years – who better to give advice on contributing to Wi?
James is the Wi team’s resident regular painter. Here he tells us the ten paints he couldn’t live without, then provides tips and techniques on how best to use them.
Favourite articles, picked by the folks who make sure the magazine always looks its best, the Wargames Illustrated designers (past and present).
RICHARD GARRETSON 15MM SHOWCASE
An expanded article – did Wi400’s look at Richard’s 15mm boards leave you hungry for more? Feast on the extras here, with bonus stuff we couldn’t fit into the print issue.
PAUL’S BEST BITS
Paul Davies has shown us How To … on many an occasion. In this article, we pick out ten favourites from his back catalogue and get some modelling tips from the man himself.
A LIFE IN GAMES
Pete Brown’s played more game systems than he’s had hot dinners, so we tasked him with picking just ten that he still holds dear.
MASS SKIRMISH Q&A
An expanded article – the designers behind Infamy, Infamy!, CLASH of Spears, and Never Mind the Billhooks talk mass skirmish games, including extra answers that we couldn’t fit into Wi400.
Our Johnny-come-lately project manager picks ten articles from the Vault that he holds in high regard.
A tour of our favourite games from the many wargaming shows we’ve visited across the globe and through the years.
Long-time reader and contributor Daniel Merseydelves into the Wargames Illustrated archive and tells us his favourite rulesets from the earlier years of the magazine.
Howard Whitehouse investigates the armies that defined wargaming at the dawn of time (the 1960s) and what changes have come about since then.
GAMING ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS
We end the Wi400/WW6 celebrations with a look at wargaming’s most influential giants without whom none of this would be possible (… probably!).