Ridotta Capuzzo (Fort Capuzzo, Libya)

Within a few days of Italy declaring war on Britain in 1940, British forces attacked a number of forts along the Egyptian/Libyan border. RAF Gladiators and Blenheims provided support as the 7th Hussar...

Tabletop World – stunning stuff

For a couple of years, I have been eyeing up the model buildings from Tabletop World (clicky linky thing) and trying to decide whether I should buy some or not. If you haven’t seen their work be...

Chain of Command

“You know what the ‘Chain of Command’ is? It’s the chain I go get and beat you with ’til ya understand who’s in ruttin’ command here.” – Jayne, Fi...

Cutting wood now…

After extensive research touring the hamlets and villages of Yorkshire (via Google Street View), I’ve come up with a design that I feel meets all of the criteria for Malton’s Angel Inn (se...

Ey Up (part 3)

I just received a model of the ‘Velocitas’ in the post today from my good friends at Eureka Miniatures. I have to say, this is the oddest vehicle I’ve ever seen. Only Eureka would ev...

Ey up (part 2)

Been doing a bit of research on the (now demolished) Angel Inn at Malton, and I think it’s safe to say there’s 2/3 of sod all info out there. This is what I know: It was built in 1711 and ...

Ey up (part 1)

I’ve been commissioned to make a building facade by my friend Nic Robson (Eureka Miniatures), to go with his pet project. The building is of a Georgian pub in a little Yorkshire village called M...

Imladris – madness ensues

It’s early days yet, but I’ve started work on my most ambitious terrain piece yet. If I finish this, it will be a miracle. Rivendell, in all it’s 28mm scale glory! I am doing this be...

On the table today

Madame la Guillotine! This piece is part of Eureka’s magnificent “War’s of the French Revolution” range, sculpted by Alan Marsh. It started off as a guillotine and prisoner, pl...

Modulare Venezia

My latest project – building a small section of Venice for an upcoming demo game. Andrew and I are going to run a game based on the world of Solomon Kane (one of Robert E Howard’s pulp her...