If you put a picture of a game on the front page, what about the companies who are supporting this project whose models are not depicted ?
However this might be done, it is giving a platform for miniature producers to showcase their range, and it should be in their best interest to get the best images possible so they can create flow towards their websites and sell stuff.
I am old school through and through, and I still drool over images such as these ones:
I really think the format of the website and similar imagery could get old gamers back -remembering the Golden Days- and new in -tested and proven layouts used in old materials.
There are a couple of books that make me remember very fond memories on my nerdiness: the Battle Bestiary:
And the aD&D 2e Monster Manual:
The reason for this is very simple: it had all that I needed to get my imagination run wild. First, there were drawings of the creatures. Secondly, descriptions about their characteristics, interests, special abilities... etc. And third, there was a profile beside them that made the abstract explanation of how powerful they really were into measurable stats.
I thinks this format is very adequate to get people into any gaming system. Even if you don't go creature by creature showing what they are, having an idea of what the army does and looks like, with also some rules behind said explanation. It makes a great introduction to anyone.
But these are just ramblings of a crazy guy.
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