Wasteland Wagon and Glowing One.

For Fallout 3 fans, a Glowing One.


A friend of mine sent me a link to a book on modelling techniques. In this book the author mentions a (doubtless expensive or rare) product that can be used to create mud effects on vehicles. He describes the made up compound as resembling “papier-mâché”, which got me thinking and resulted in the following experiment.

This Corrosion... Simple Rust Effects on Models.

There are many ways to do rust effects on a model. Some rely on special products. Some use hairspray, salt, ground pigments, make-up powder and so on. This tutorial uses paints that you may already have.

The most basic rust effect I use is to just coat the metallic part in a thin coat of GW Tin Bitz/ VGC Tinny Bitz. This is an easy way to add a bit of tarnish to a weapon or other metal part that looks too shiny and new.

Ork Dreadnought

Last day of my week off, so I spent it finishing this figure off. I had started painting him Friday but got distracted building the [url=][b]Land Rover[/b][/url].

Airfix Land Rover

I recently noticed that Airfix make a kit with a pair of 1/48th scale Land Rover 110s. A "Snatch" and a "WMIK". Despite the difference in scales in practice 1/48th vehicles can look quite reasonable alongside 28mm figures.

The kit arrived yesterday morning so I spent part of the day building the WMIK and undercoating it. Today I painted it.

Crazy Chariot

Years (decades?) ago I came across Warhammer 3rd Edition rules. Many novel and sometimes eccentric ideas inspired me to think about the idea of a chariot pulled by centaurs. Later on I brought the necessary bits and for a number of years the project rested half assembled.

Korgoth and Rusty Cap.

Both of today's postings have a post-apocalyptic theme, although not one that is immediately obvious for either.

Ring My Bell!

My recent paint job of a [url=][b]Big Daddy-style[/b][/url] figure inspired me to attempt to paint something else brazen but worn. A quick rummage through the boxes located my Skaven Screaming Bell.

Big Daddy and Brother Vinni

        I recently came across a sculptor from Slovakia called [url=][b]Brother Vinni[/b][/url]. One of the figures that caught my eye was this figure, obviously inspired by the first and second Bio-shock games.

Italian Knights in 1/72nd Scale

        A friend of mine noted my recent attempts at [url=][b]painting other scales with interest[/b][/url]. A few days later he turned up with a big bag of 1/72nd scale medieval figures by a company called “MiniArt”. Some time ago I got sent Wargames Foundry’s book of medieval rules so for added novelty I decided to mount multiple figures on a single base, as suggested in those rules.


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