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  • Interview with Privateer Press

    Interview with Privateer Press


    Next up in The Hotseat is one of the giants in the miniature world, non other than Privateer Press. Producers of some of the most popular games and miniatures on the planet Privateer Press has brought us such goodies as Warmachine, Hordes , Iron Kingdoms and P3 paints.
    We spoke to Privateer's Staff Writer and Community Co-ordinator Simon Berman


    How did your company get started?
    Founded in December 2000 with the goal of producing the best games possible, Privateer P...
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  • Hotseat Interview with Chris Clayton

    Hotseat Interview with Chris Clayton

    WAMP gets inside the brain of currently, one of the best in the business and find out what makes him tick?
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  • The Hotseat: Questions for Maelstrom Games

    The Hotseat: Questions for Maelstrom Games

    It's time for another Hotseat interview and we have turned to one of the best known stockists in the hobby Maelstrom Games Not only are they purveyors of other companies products but they also have their own range Banelegions. Maybe you want to know the secret of their sucess as they rose from ebay sellers upto one of the main retailers in the business. Perhaps you have a question about their Banelgions or what they think of Finecast? Ask away! So if you have any questions to put to Maelstrom on a...
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  • Interview With Joe Lidster

    Interview With Joe Lidster

    We take a bit of a departure from our usual subjects in the Hotseat this time. We turn our attention to joe Lidster, a proffessional writer and old school buddy of mine. Joe is best known for his work writing for Dr Who and Torchwood.
    (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Lidster for more details)



    Tell us about yourself?
    My nameís Joe and Iím a writer. Iíve written prose and for audio, radio and television.

    Is writing what you what you always...
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  • Interview with Chern Ann Ng

    Interview with Chern Ann Ng

    The next person to sit in the hotseat sits atop one of the most well known Miniature painting sites in the world; Chern Ann the King of Coolmini.



    Tell us a little about yourself
    I was an avid miniature collector when I was in school and still love the little metal men. Iím also a serial entrepreneur, one of my projects which Iím quite proud of is Razer! where we make various gaming peripherals. Iím currently working on lots of cool stuff on CoolMiniOrNot...
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  • Interview with Ben Jarvis

    Interview with Ben Jarvis

    Next in the hotseat we have Ben Jarvis - recently Ben won the coveted Slayer Sword at Golden Demon Uk 2009 with
    'The Clockmaker', he is also one of the founders of Platoon brittanica. Online he goes by the name Rocketandroll.


    What was your inspiration for the Clockmaker?
    I actually get a lot of my inspiration from generic fantasy and sci-fi artwork books, from films, computer games and all over the place. The Clockmaker did I guess partly come from the great...
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  • Interview with Anders Eklund

    Interview with Anders Eklund

    Our next interview subject is Anders Eklund, better know as Ritual. Anders is a studio painter for Wyrd and his style is well known . He is 34 years old and hails from Sweden. He works full time with digital books for disabled people. He is a gold medal winner at The World Expo and is also the first of our 'paint masters'.
    Heres what Anders had to say
    First of all, I'd like to say that I'm honoured that you guys are interested in my thoughts and opinions about this hobby of ours. I never see...
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  • Interview with Sebastian Archer

    Interview with Sebastian Archer

    The next person in the Hotseat is Sebastian Archer, also known as Automaton. He is probably one of the best known painters around widely respected in the community and multi award winner. Here he answers some questions for us:



    I'll go ahead and begin with a brief bio. Well my name is Sebastian, of course! I'm 25, I'm an aussie and I live in Sydney. I've got a uni degree in social science but at the moment, I'm having a go at making a living painting and sculpting fantasy...
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  • Interview with jim Gilstrap

    Interview with jim Gilstrap

    For something a little different to our usual interviews we put our questions to Jim Gilstrap better known as Supervike - the man of a million posts. Jim is a moderator on both Wyrd and coolminiornot and is the man behind the infamous Iron Painter challenge. Jim hails from Iowa , U.s.a. and has a penchant for all things zombie or cake related.

    As a moderator on cmon you must have seen literally thousands of mini's over the years - have you noticed a big change in the hobby? Changing...
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  • Interview with Rob Cardiss

    Interview with Rob Cardiss

    Our next interview is with Rob Cardiss, also known as demonherald. Rob is one of wyrd's studio painters, and he judged our wyrd contest here. He's also a multiple golden demon winner taking gold in duel in 2008 and gold in 40k vehicle in 2007 amongst others at the UK GD's. He's also a full time painter covering studio work, comissions and ebay.
    heres a link to Rob's cmon gallery Rob hails from Leeds, England and is a former Professional Rugby League player and has worked in the film indus
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