Sunday, 31 August 2014

Medway Club, Star Wars X-Wing

The Medway Club has gone all Star Wars recently and some members have some very big models.


The Red Arrows Over Kent

As a former resident of Newquay I have seen most of the NATO air display teams at the St Mawgan air base and while they are all very good, especially the Yanks and the Portugese, nothing matches the Red Arrows for precision flying.

The best of the best.

Enjoy.






Thursday, 28 August 2014

Wicca Faction, The Countryside Alliance

In any revolution there are winners and losers. The losers in the Steampunk Revolution were the rural poor,  their communities shattered when they were thrown out of work by the new machineswhich polluted and defiled the countryside.

But the countryside is fighting back.

Enter the Countryside Alliance and the Wicca Faction.

Witches

My new faction is coming along nicely.

I give you The Witches including:
  • two hags, one with scrying stone and one with magic sword
  • two witches plus broomsticks, witches for the use of
  • a magic witches cauldron


Monday, 25 August 2014

Wings of War: Dunfold Wheels & Wings Show


A vic of SE.5as return after a dogfight, the leader trailing smoke from a damaged engine. The SE.5a was strong, fast and well armed. One of the best interceptors of the war, it was operational in Spring, 1917.





Fokker Dr I Triplanes landing. Slow and obsolete when introduced this plane still built up a fearsome reputation in Autumn 1917.

Another SE5a.


Junkers CLI all metal monoplanes. They were mainly used by the Freikorps after the war for ground attack.


Sopwith Triplane, which started the triplane craze in 1917. It wasn't a bad plane despite being a triplane.


Junkers CL.I.


Formation turn.


SE5a


Shorthorn?


Stacked up.

Triplane dawn patrol.


Saturday, 23 August 2014

Steampunk: The Worzels

Have painted the first few of my next steampunk project.

Can you guess what faction they will be joining children?


Thursday, 21 August 2014

In the Bowels of the British Museum

Deep in the bowels of the British Museum something unholy has come to life.....

The Commission has been alerted.