It was one of those days. I had a migraine and while I was feeling sorry for myself I popped in a Buffy the Vampire Slayer, DVD. I knew I needed to eat something (didn’t want to though) so I ate a bunch of grapes.... read more
I have decided to post this article after having reviewed old photos from the Rackham Open in Paris in 2006. At that time, most figures were not yet on the market and it was astounding to see the amount of work the Rackham artists put into the figurines and the large scale decors.
The photos were taken through glass displays, so at times the objective of my digital... read more
materiales: -alambres de varios grosores, incluso cable de muchos hilos.... -cola blanca -papel higienico -algo para hacer las copas yo he utilizado una especie de esponja no se su nombre ya que en la bolsa no lo ponia
materials: barium-wirethickness,wireevenmany threads.... white-tail -toilet paper -something to makethe cupsI've useda spongeandhis nameis notin the bagdo notput
PASO 1 coger los alambres y enrollarlos hasta la mitad, para diferenciar la zona del tronco y de las ramas.luego empezar a colocar las ramas a vuestro gusto enrollado algunos alambres entre si dejando otros sueltos..(dejad abajo unos alambres de los mas gruesos que nos ayudaran a que el arbol se mantenga de pie y... read more
A box workstation for painting: design process and bodging carpentry
This is an article about what I did, in the hope that some of it may be useful to you, but it's not an article meant to tell you what to do. It's meant as an encouragement for you to think logically about problem solving, and to think sensibly through a project to end up with something that serves your needs well, but has not cost you a fortune in money or time. The aim is to get the job done, and then get back to your painting and gaming. The project here is to build a box for paints and equipment, but most of its principles will be equally applicable to any other project in wood, such as gaming tables and scenery.
Throughout the article I'll use the format of picture first, followed... read more