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  • Gallery Prize Draw

    Gallery Prize Draw

    To Celebrate the launch of the new gallery I am running a prize draw to give you the chance to win either a Daemon Champion from Avatars of War or a $15 Wyrd Gift Voucher. ...
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  • Redbox Games 2011 - Voting

    Redbox Games 2011 - Voting

    Right Wampers its time for us to pick some more winners as the worthy contestants have thrown in their best painting moves to bring us a bounty of Redbox goodness. We have 21 lovely entries for you to peruse and help shape the very future of these painters careers (well maybe not that dramatic but it sounds good!) So folks take a look in the gallery and choose 3 worthy winners, then pop your choices in the poll. It's simple but there are a few rules: 1. You must be registered ...
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  • The New Wamp Gallery

    The New Wamp Gallery

    I have great pleasure in announcing the new Wamp Gallery open!!
    After many months of blood, sweat and tears the next evolution of Wamp is here. Our current gallery has served us well but has lacked a user friendly experience and this coupled with the many requests I receive for a rating gallery led me to make the decision to create a new one more suited to our needs. So I give you the new custom built gallery with no expense (well a little!) spared!! So what's so good about the new gal...
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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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  • How to create real-looking grass by Manorhouse Workshop

    How to create real-looking grass by Manorhouse Workshop

    Hi everyone Letís start with a first article about one of the first secrets that eludes many people who try their chance in modelling; how to realize the grass in a realistic manner. Tools of the trade: you will need a couple of medium-sized brushes, some glue for wood (vinavil), water, synthetic (fibre) grass, latex gloves, and some acrylic colours. How to start: Once the model has been painted fully, you need to mix water and vinavil (80% vinavil, 20% water). This is due to the fact that the wa...
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  • Wamped II

    Wamped II

    Wamped! has returned for its second year and it's hard makeover. Gone are the manufacturer categories and entries will now be split into genre specific categories giving even more range for you to bag some prizes!

    The closing date for entries is: 6pm Wednesday 4th January 2012
    (Supporter deadline will be 5 days later @ 6pm Monday 9th January 2012)
    Times quoted are GMT

    What can I enter? Anything! It ca...
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  • Wamp Awards 2011 -Voting

    Wamp Awards 2011 -Voting

    I have great pleasure in announcing the Short lists for the Wamp Awards 2011. Each category has been reduced down to 10 entries from all the nominees, (which was no easy task!!)

    Here are the short-list's in full:
    Real names have been used where known!
    A link to an image of the entry is included where possible.

    Best Sculpt

    Voting Link : Best Sculpt
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  • Portal Issue 16

    Portal Issue 16

    Issue 16 of Portal is here and its crammed with stuff this month!

    • Exclusive first look at the Wamp Awards 2011 Short list's
    • We announce the first details of Wamped II
    • We reveal the winner of our Article Contest
    • 2 tutorials: Painting An EFS Minotaur and how to apply Static Grass realistically
    • We review Miniatures from Wyrd and Morland Studios
    • Tim Fitch looks at Citadel Miniatures early offerings.
    • Latest from the Wamp gallery
    • Latest News, releases,
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  • Kingdom Death 2011 - Voting

    Kingdom Death 2011 - Voting

    Well folks it's time to put down the brushes and don your judging cap's as the mighty Kingdom Death contest comes to a close. We have 38 cracking entries of such a high standard Poots is probably just wet himself with excitement!! But from those 38 we must go all Highlander on they're ass because 'THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE'. Just one single victor to take the spoils but its a lot of spoils, every new Kingdom Death release for a year!! So without further ado lets get the polls o...
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  • Necron Overlord Review

    Necron Overlord Review

    The first thing I am not going to do in this review is editorialize on Games Workshopís pricing policy (or any other *ahem* delicate matters) as that has been covered, at large, elsewhere. Iím simply going to review this figure on its own merits as to its quality and value for money. This is also my first Finecast figure, so it will be something of a review of the quality of the new range as well. So, on opening the blister, what do we have? The figure comes in five pieces (including two variant...
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