Dinolager – a new beer?

Nope, it’s an enclosure for dinosaurs in the game of Jurassic Reich. I thought I might get some of the small models out of the way first so I can concentrate on the castle and landscaping and no...

This is so much fun…

… but I hope I don’t offend anyone by these: Had a bit of fun with Photoshop over the past couple of days. I just thought it might be a cool idea to do some promotional images for the game...

Taking Shape

Been working on the main gatehouse over the past few days and it’s really starting to take shape. I’ve merged elements of Teutonic medieval architecture into the original Corvin Castle des...

A castle takes shape (virtually)

I had a play with Google’s SketchUp program ( http://sketchup.google.com/download/gsu.html ) last night. As a 3D rendering tool, it’s very basic – but that’s ok, it’s sup...

With a new knifeblade in hand…

I have made a start on the castle, cutting out the entry gate and plastering a part of it ready for scribing in the stonework. The picture here shows the gate compared to a 1:56 scale Opel Blitz ̵...

Schloss Schwartzer

A lot of to and fro with Greg today (both of us bored shitless at work it seems), and I think I’ve got a handle on what he’s after with the castle… more perilousness please. So here&...

Proposed table layout

The two sketches attached show my first cut of the table layout based on Greg’s notes. The castle runs along half of the long table edge, but only in about 200mm (or 8″ for you non-metrica...

Jurassic Reich – a Weird War II game

I have been asked by Nic Robson and Greg Hallam of Eureka Miniatures ( www.eurekamin.com.au ) to build a terrain table for a demo game at next year’s Little Wars convention in Melbourne. I was t...