On the road again…

I finally got around to doing a scenic base for my giant scorpion (see my previous post), the first mini in my collection for Atomic Sunset. I chose to place him on an urban roadway, partially to set ...

Atomic Sunset

Ah, the gentle buzz of flying insects on a summer’s day. The coolness of freshly made lemonade, sipped in comfort on the porch while the kids play on the lawn. The roar of engines as the Nationa...

November is Scorpio’s Month

I picked up this model from a friend who was clearing out a load of old stuff from his office. It’s an AMT model kit titled “Gigantics – Rampaging Scorpion Diorama” and is a li...

And at a deadly pace…

… it came from outer space, and this is how the message ran. Just put the finishing touches on a scratch-built flying saucer model and it’s now ready for invading Planet Earth. I bought en...

Atomic Sunset Poster #3

Just finished mocking-up this newspaper headline about an alien invasion in 1953 to include as artwork in Atomic Sunset. Nothing like a bit of sensationalist press to set the scene!...

Atomic Sunset poster #2

Well, not a poster as such. More of a magazine advert really. I drew inspiration for this image from the old Green Army Men ads you used to get on the backs of comic books of the 50s and 60s. I was pr...

Updated Poster #1

I think this version is better – it tells a story and lets the kids know that hitting giant ants with a baseball bat is A-OK! Click to embiggen the image....

Atomic Sunset Poster #1

In between meeting deadlines at work and watching football well into the early mornings, I have been thinking a lot about the Atomic Sunset game concept and where I want to take it. Andrew and Greg ha...

Atomic Sunset

The blinding light of an atomic blast fills the skies over New Mexico. The intense heat from the blast instantly vaporizes everything within a one mile radius. A deadly cloud of radiation falls over t...