You'll find a little of everything here. Genres covered in this blog include (so far) prehistorics, fantasy, old west, swashbucklers, pulp, Blood Bowl, Ghostbusters, gladiators, nautical, science fiction and samurai in 6mm, 15mm, 28mm, 40mm, 42mm and 54mm sizes. You'll also find terrain, scenery, basing, gaming, modeling, tutorials, repaints, conversions, art and thoughts in general about the hobby.

Thursday, November 29, 2007


Bank is almost finished. It needs a vault and maybe a wall-table in the lobby. I also may add a chair rail and darkwood panelling on the floor side of the rail.

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Town as of Nov. 25

I added the small building to the far left. It is a small store; I built it to hold two of my shelf pieces after I built a new shelf unit for the first store. Every building but the Gunshop is furnished. Next building will be a bank for which I've done drawings.

Holiday showdown

My little old west town has a Christmas tree. The townies still ain't in the spirit of giving ... except if the giving is of lead!

Monday, November 19, 2007

Town of Faust

Just a photo of one of the towns of Hades County (taken before a game- you can see the players gathered at the stagecoach station to the left.)

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Brosco Station

Here's my stagecoach station. Brosco stands for Big Rockie Stage Company, my fictional stage company that goes through hades County with stops in Saddlerock, Shed, and a branch trail down to Agartha.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Inside Slaughter's Saloon

My 40mm buildings as of November 14

Here's my collection of buildings so far. The three in the middle are fully furnished. The stage station and gunshop need furnishings yet. Still on the docket are a bank, newspaper, jail, feed shop and two-story saloon. It'll be awhile yet until all these are built. The furniture takes as long as the buildings to make.

Step by step images for a stagecoach station

Friday, November 9, 2007

Water trough

This was finished last week. The water is 5-minute two-part epoxy resin mixed right in the trough. The running water was gently coaxed into shape from the pool to the spout with a toothpick as the epoxy dried. The trough was made from mat board and bass wood, my two main building ingredients.