Amazing Adventures!

Welcome, action fans, to the next instalment in the amazing adventures of Doc Halloway and Polly… A few friends and I are planning a weekend getaway of Pulp Action gaming sometime next year (201...

Belegost – Substrata

The stairs shown in the previous post need to sit raised above the level of the river as it cascades down the mountain side. In order to do this I have cut a base out of some 25mm styrofoam and clampe...

The ancient Dwarven city of Belegost

Belegost, Gabilgathol in the Dwarvish tongue, the name means “Great Fortress.” The city was one of two founded in the First Age in the eastern side of the Ered Luin (Blue Mountains). At th...

A Cast of Thousands Pt 2

The first set for the “A Cast of Thousands” game is nearly finished. I just need to paint some of the Saloon and finish off two of the windows on the ground floor and it’s done. Dres...

A Cast of Thousands

At this year’s Little Wars in Melbourne (http://www.littlewarsmelbourne.com), I am involved in two games – presenting one and providing the terrain for a second. the first game is the Char...

In for the Long Hall

This project has been on my to-do list for ages – more pieces to go with my wooden palisade and gatehouse. I plan on making a small village to use with either Anglo-Saxons or Rohirrim, consistin...

A pirate’s wife for me (pt 2)

It’s been a month or so since I updated my progress on the pirate island for Strange Seas. I’ve been working on it (and other things), but I never seem to be near my camera for some reason...