I collect blogs. I pick them up like pennies off of the street. I think right now I have around 100 in my Google Reader, and that's after I thinned them out! I don't know why I collect them. It's amazing how much great content there is on the internet. I get a lot of inspiration and ideas from these blogs, and today I thought I would share a few of them with you all. So, in no particular order here are a few of my favorites.
Roll With It - I just recently came across these guys while looking for some ideas for objective markers for my 40K armies. They have a great looking site, easy to navigate, and some awesome content. Also check out their tutorials. Very well done and easy to follow along.
The Vanus Temple - Back when I researching ideas for my Deathwing army, I came across this site from a link over on The Bolter & Chainsword. Lots of nicely painted armies in a very distinctive style.
Faeit 212 - In my opinion, this is the source to go to for rumors. I've gotten off of the rumor bandwagon and try to stay as far away from them as possible now, but for those of you that love to get the inside scoop this site should be your first stop. While your there be sure to check out his extensive photo gallery of everything Warhammer and Warhammer 40K.
Fritz 40K - Looking for army tactics and advice? Look no further! Well actually when your done with his blog, head over to his You Tube page where he shows you how to put his advice to work. Fritz always seems to look at Warhammer 40K a little bit differently than normal which is something that I really enjoy.
From the Warp - The big daddy. The reason most of us even have a blog roll on the side of our blogs and readers that read our blogs. Ron has done an outstanding job of expanding the Warhammer 40K hobby to so many people. Myself and many, many others are so glad that he has decided to hang around and continue to put out great content on his blog. Not to mention keeping his blog and 5 different blog rolls as one of the largest sources for miniature wargaming information. Thanks Ron!