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June 2017 Dust Monthly Magazine. Featuring custom sandbag modeling, PT-47A unboxing, Campaigns, Building Zverograd, Playing Verograd, Operation Stehlen Das Bier, Battle for Europe, and a new Battle Report. I hope you enjoy.
The May 2017 edition of Dust Monthly Magazine is now available for download. We have some great new previews from Dust Studios as well as a new unofficial model: the laser Hetzer. We have a great article about how to … Continue reading
April 2017 magazine available, ahead of schedule! Some great painting articles from Joel Hillhouse. Some great custom scenarios and battle reports. Plus coverage of Bob Sennick’s objective painting challenge. I hope you enjoy.
Dust Monthly Magazine for March 2017 is finally available. This edition is late as I’ve been trying to recover from Dust World Expo 2017, which is what this edition is all about. I hope you enjoy.
Thanks to Jario Gonzalez Arroyo for translating the February 2017 edition of Dust magazine into Spanish! Enjoy!
Over the past month or two the forum site has been overwhelmed with spamming, both on the request for accounts and for throwing out new pages. I’ve changed the registration process, which now requires email verification, in an attempt to … Continue reading
The February 2017 edition of Dust Monthly Magazine is available for Download. This months magazine has some sneak peeks of some new Luftwaffe Heroes as well as February releases. We also have some great terrain and vehicle painting discussions. We … Continue reading
The January 2017 Edition of Dust Monthly Magazine is available. This edition includes Dust Studios Updates with some cool new (never seen before) concept art. A 2016 in Review article. An article on 3D Terrain on the Grid. Joel Hillhouse … Continue reading
The December Edition of Dust Monthly Magazine is now available for Download. We have some sneek peeks from Dust Studios. We have reports from the European Masters. We have some sneek peeks of Dust World Expo 2017 narrative event. We … Continue reading