A world of advice on using Twitter to get your wargaming fix:
Stay away from the #warmonger tag. It’s for people who don’t do a lot of wargaming. They like “thuh comm-MUNE-itay”. You get lots of ads for milktoast content providers and soy-based podcasts. A lot of paint-by-numbers figures that will never face the trial of the dice. Lots of consoomer activity with maybe a splash of vaguely wargamey webcomic art (circa-1998 in style).
Not a whole lot of wargaming, tho.
|Warmongers. Nothing a little testosterone
supplement can’t fix.
You’re looking for the #wargame tag – that’s where people who actually wargame show up to show off their tables and link to interesting blog posts.
An odd dichotomy, but one for which I am grateful.
By way of apolgy for all those wahah!-wahah!-wa-hacky! soy-faces, let me recommend a solid channel for those of us looking to up our painting game. Vince Venruella isn’t a personality whose primary goal is establishing a brand. His videos are not bookended by marketing ploys and video diaries and tedious attempts at humor. Instead, they are hugely informative, densely packed with the theories and fundamentals of painting, and all presented in a cool and casual style that educates.