A Tragic Death in the Party

Alas, poor Pansy died of STENCH after being sprayed by a hideous mutant garbage-skunk and then failing more than six saving throws in a row. They left most of her in a cast-iron bathtub, surrounded by great hills of trash, a  few goblin corpses and lots of giant cockroaches.

Now the survivors are riding in the hopper of a biomechanical elephant-mantis — to where? They don't know. Away from here, and that's good enough for now.

Amazing terrain boards

This guy, Bruce Weigle, makes the most incredible wargaming terrain boards. You can see lots more of them here.

I'm in awe, and hang my head in shame at my own pathetic attempts.

They must be bastards of things to store though.

Semovente 105/25

This is the 15mm (1/100 scale) Italian Semovente 105/25 assault gun from Battlefront.

The painting of the camouflage pattern has not been entirely successful; I may have to re-do it one of these days.

From tiny acorns...

I've got sick of either shivering my nuts off down in my overflowing-with-junk workroom during the winter months, or spending an arm and a leg on electricity to heat it, or just avoiding it entirely until the weather warms up again.

If you will observe the terrible, grainy, fuzzy picture to the right, you will see the beginnings of my answer to the problem: a portable modelling and painting station.

At present it's pretty much just an MDF box with a drop-down lid doubling as a workbench, and a handle to carry it by. I have great plans for it though: I intend to install a bunch of racks and drawers in the back for holding stuff, and a pair of lamps on a hinged support to extend out over the workspace and light stuff up.

The racks and shelves are pretty straightforward, but the lights aren't so much. I have no electrical skills whatsoever, and fear that if I try to wire up the light sockets and switch and plug, I will instantly explodiate and burn down my house. I have a couple of cheap clip-on lamps that can serve as a stop-gap measure, but they're rather clumsy and not ideal, so I shall have to see if I can find a cheap and friendly sparky to do the Magic 'Lectric stuff for me.

Carden-Loyd MG Carrier (15mm)

These are some of my 15mm (1:100 scale) 3d-printed 1930s British Carden-Loyd MG carriers, printed by Shapeways in FUD resin. This reall...