Monthly Archives: January 2008

Converting Old Glory’s Bersaglieri

Technically this project is a conversion with the amount of cutting, filing and sculpting that is going into each figure. However, the figures are not being converted from one thing to another. They start out Italian Bersaglieri troops (with a … Continue reading

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Basing for Science Fiction Miniatures

Normally I run polymer clay through the pasta machine with a purpose made texture sheet. However, none of my texture sheets are really suitable for a science fiction theme (I only have bricks, coble stone, and a few more that … Continue reading

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Jersey barriers

This is a competition entry though I suppose not one destined to win. I was casting about for a project to fit the competition criteria of a terrain piece with something fallen down. I had been thinking about building some … Continue reading

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Beginnings of a Cockpit

Areas of this model requiring internal detail will be made of foam core, however most other areas will be poster board. The shuttle is a test bed for including paper model techniques into a war gaming terrain piece. I’ll be … Continue reading

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Prototyping a Cargo Shuttle

Used a number of paper models from off the web to prototype this cargo shuttle.

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Number 5’s Little Brother

Worked up a new torso in 30 minutes this morning before church and the chassis is to follow.

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Number 5 is alive

After developing an new technique for producing cog & gears for sci-fi and steampunk models and terrain I was challenged to demonstrate their use in a model. From that Number 5 was born. Half way through the project I realized … Continue reading

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