I’ve been photographing some old stuff, and they are now posted in the gallery
Americans in Tunisia (in WW2 Gallery)
Napoleonic Prussians for FoG:N (in 19c Gallery)
And finally Guadalcanal fleets for VaS ( in WW2 gallery)
Take a look if you like!
“One chord is fine. Two chords are pushing it. Three chords and you’re into jazz.”
R.I.P Lou Reed
Here is a blog with some lovely paint jobs –
added to the blogroll
Yellow is a pain, but if you get an even effect, it can be the lift you need
Sometimes something that should be reasonably quick isn’t. A quick fire effect with the airbrush … Mmm somehow just didn’t come together. I guess I should take more care , but I don’t really like to spend an hour on a single piece. Oh well…
After painting so much 15mm its hard going back to 28mm fantasy . The new high elves are just tops, but so much work. I don’t really want commit too much time to them. So a flat white base with washes us my preferred route. Still take an eon . The new army painter ink washes are great though. So there is life after Devlan mud.
Well all over for another year. It was a good event , heavingly busy.. Not much sign of recession here. Some new stuff , but not as much as last year I thought
Perrys AWI plastic continentals
Perrys 16th c plastic extras
Warlord plastic greens
Warlord D&D demo
Salute… Here a bit too early the queue seems to be doing concentric circles
Only one thing for it
And wait it out
While being in a red weather warning seems bad.. Being here is lovely, the Glen y Afon is a great looking venue in the snow
For anyone travelling today. The roads are clear, with a bit if slushy snow
After what seemed to be a glacially long time, the Raspberry Pi arrived.
The kids are really excited … but I feel a anticlimatical moment when they are presented with a black and white flashing cursor.
This may take up a bit of my time for now
A few pics of the day …
the queue doesn’t get any smaller, despite me trying to time it to arrive a bit later!
the entrance is right at the end somewhere !
A few salient shots of 3-ups in plastic.
Perry Africa Korp