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Sunday, May 24, 2020

Winnebago almost done

Just some bite and pieces left to do.  Painted as a 70s Winnebago.  Since I suck at freehand painting I used decals. 

Friday, May 22, 2020

Bears Head Minatures

If you have not checked out Bears Head Miniatures then I would suggest that you take a look.  He does a very eclectic mix of traditionally sculpted models that are outstanding.  His customer service is top notch.  That said here are the models.
Wraith Lenitions.  


 The "Thing in the Crypt"

 "Ogalump Earth Elemental"

  All of the metals that I have received thus far have been top notch.  The resins have needed very little in the way of clean up. 

My plan is to use these for Frostgrave as a variety of encounters. 

Hope you like.

Monday, May 18, 2020

Spaceballs the prequel

Since I am upgrading my starport terrain I figured I needed another ship.  Started with a TT combat terrain Winnebago and upgraded from there.  As it is an older model it will have to be Eagle 4.  

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Lockdown projects

Some bits and pieces that I have been working on since the stay at home order. 
A Valkyrie that has been sat on my desk for ages.  Painted in the 70s style.

Here is a scale comparison with the Shuttle Alpha.

Some terrain features
A well

A warning bell


Standing stones

Sci fy drop ins

Frostgrave models and treasure tokens

The astronomy tower.  Still have to get the top to match up to the third floor. 

Saturday, April 25, 2020

Giblet 2

Slapped some paint on.  Still have washes, oils and vegetation to go. 

Did some work on a standing stone too.  I built it a year ago and put it on a shelf and promptly forgot it was there. 

A Giblet

Just a quick two day project as I have hit a creative block on my astronomy tower.  I have built a giblet.  To make the cage I made three rings of stencil paper.  Two of them were capped with disks of the same.  The bars were made with straight pins.  I built the cage with a gap so that a doorway could be built.  A door was framed and more pins were used to make the bars.  The whole cage was topped with a ring and a lock was added to the door.  A skeleton was built and dressed in glue soaked toilet paper. 

I envisioned frame with a weighted box to raise and lower the giblet.  The frame was built using foamex cut to shape and textured with a saw. The frame was detailed with stencil paper and bolts were added for detail. 

Just waiting for paint.