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Oh the joys of site maintenance!

Okay, I tried to migrate the site software version up from the current version that is no longer supported, and it didn't work. Fortunately, I kept backups and worked off of copies.

Site Maintenance!!

Okay, after all this time, I'm actually working up the courage to update this site.
I'm actually two versions behind, so I'll update the site one level at a time.

Painting Eyes, Flesh and Lips.

I have been known to comment that some vehicle modellers can perfectly weather a tank but are let down by the figures they place in a diorama with it.

The Clown and the Nail Brushes

Today I am posting up the last of my Devil's Reject figures by Gringo40 miniatures. Captain Spaulding as a clown.

Otis and Tiny

I made some minor tweaks to the Devil's Reject trio. I also finished two more figures from the same company.

The Devil's Rejects

Recently met a gentleman who runs a company called Gringo 40 Miniatures. Under the category of "Zombie Hunters" he had some renditions of the Devil's Rejects.

Damocles, Simo and the Assault Engineers

Today, the legendary sniper Simo Häyhä.

Wasteland Wagon and Glowing One.

For Fallout 3 fans, a Glowing One.

TP-Papier-mâché

A friend of mine sent me a link to a book on modelling techniques. In this book the author mentions a (doubtless expensive or rare) product that can be used to create mud effects on vehicles.

This Corrosion... Simple Rust Effects on Models.

There are many ways to do rust effects on a model. Some rely on special products. Some use hairspray, salt, ground pigments, make-up powder and so on.

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