|Dust Tactics | Published 21 November 2011|
Greetings Dust Tactics players, collectors, and enthusiasts. Recently, Dust Tactics has been generating a lot of excitement. With the release of the Revised Core Set, a slew of new releases in the pipeline, and Dust Warfare on the horizon, these are indeed exhilarating times. We here at Fantasy Flight Games are pumped, and we hope you are too!
The spotlight is on you!
We want to do everything possible to support and harbor the Dust Tactics community. With that in mind, we’re asking for submissions to be featured in our weekly Dust Tactics spotlight article.
What are we looking for? Well, we want pictures of your painted figures, armies, or conversions. We want articles about painting, collecting, modeling, or playing Dust Tactics. Basically, we want to know what you are doing to make the game yours. We are only able to accept voluntary submissions, we are not able to compensate you for your work.
Axis Ludwig painted by Les Shorey Axis Gorilla painted by Martin Niklaus
Moreover, we want to emphasize that the spotlight is not meant to be for just the best of the best. Everything will be considered. If you are a new player or a new painter, send us an article about learning how to paint or play. Veteran gamers, share your advice for people who are new to the hobby. And if you have other ideas you want to share with the community, send those in too. We’re always happy to see what Dust Tactics players are painting or building, and who knows, your submission may end up being featured on the Fantasy Flight Games and Dust Tactics websites.
You can send your articles and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and sharing your Dust Tactics experiences with fellow gamers. Until then, may the dice favor you on the battlefield!
Dust Tactics is a tactical miniatures game of brutal combat for 2-4 players. Based on the popular universe created by artist Paolo Parente, Dust Tactics presents an alternate 1940s reality in which alien technology fuels gigantic machines of war, and the world's superpowers clash over rare mineral deposits that could ultimately decide the outcome of WWII.
I assume we'll at least get some figures or something, of course?
Don't read diagonally (: Answer is in the text:
We are only able to accept voluntary submissions, we are not able to compensate you for your work.
Is there a enter-by date for the articles, or is this a continuous request?
LOL good one Yuggoth!
A very nice idea.
just one question, will we get paid by word or article?
[ADMIN: We are only looking for voluntary submissions at this time. The article has been edited to clarify this point.]
Cool. I was hoping for something like this. Would eb neat to see some fan fluff/stories, art and units.
Excellent! And in return for providing FFG with free content for their website, I assume we'll at least get some figures or something, of course?
I'm in, i'll send you some good happy WWIIness!