If any of you guys are interested in owning these 2 painted sets, get yourself over to Ebay using links below. Auction ends on 24th December 2017
Mini Moke Set
Lotus 7 Set
Everything in the Photos are included…..and many hours have been spent painting up the figures especially for the sale, only just finished in time! I don’t think I’ll ever be doing this again, so likely your only chance!
For more details see the auctions.
Control console buttons yet to be added, and the phones are still being painted!
A nice chunky Globe chair and tulip chair in resin, Mdf control console, suitable for various scales and eras.
At last, number two has somewhere to chillax
Meanwhile on Skaro’s version of “Dragon’s Den” A cyberman tries to sell Davros the idea of a Globe chair for his dalek empire…………..
For the next Club we thought we’d go a bit Sci fi.
I had spent some weeks collecting the figures from ebay, I went after the daleks but also managed to get quite a sizeable amounts of other alien races, like Cybermen and Sontarans. All these figures were issued free sometime ago with the Childrens Comic “Dr Who Adventures” and were roughly 28mm ish, (enough for me to consider an army or two of Daleks for myself. )
After an epic amount of painting I had managed to get together two dalek armies and still have some left for the children to keep for themselves.
I also managed to paint and convert hundreds more figures for selling at the summer fayre to rise more funds for the club, but more about that later……
Some shots of the battlefield, we used a street in other games, sadly no photos of that!
Here is our Summer fayre stall to raise club funds
This is another good way to raise funds and buy stuff for the club
some of the conversions for sale!
We also ran a participation game with the help of some of the club members
All the Daleks and other aliens were sold and we raised enough funds for our next project.
This computer console is by a company called figurebitz although i modifed it to include some screens made from pics printed onto some photopaper and some clear plastic. the kits are also available from crooked dice.
I decided to make the kit into a Rover Control Console for my village project, as a means to activate the Rover, guardian of the village.
Nice little kit goes together well but no instructions so i good idea to look at reference pics of the model to work out how it goes together. No doubt i shall be buying some more!
I have a few other models from the range which i will be posting as and when they are complete.
One of the visitors to this site, customer of my decal sheet….and clearly also a Crooked Dice customer too Ted Eckel, sent me the photos of his finished Prisoner themed diorama, cleverly utilizing the Moke Box. I was so impressed I thought I’d Pop it up on my blog to show you guys.
Ted, you have made a great job of that Rover looks good too in the background, Moke looks very cool it has to be said, and number six’s badge is very effective.
Thank you kindly for sending the Photos Ted.
I have lots of visitors to my blog who are 40k/Space crusade players so here is a little treat for them.
One of my friends is finally selling off his old 40k Catachan army on ebay
Fully assembled and painted to a very high standard the full list of units are as follows
A well painted 40k army. A mixture of steel legion power and catachan
Imagine an army dragged together in the face of unstoppable hoards.
1 X Lemann russ.
1 X Command vehicle
.basilisk X 1
2 X jungle walkers
2x steel legion walkers
1x troop flyer
Lots of infantry …a mixture of heavenly lead and practical plastic.
A rare chance to get your hands on such a huge piece of nostalgia….but you’d better be quick!!!!
I don’t normally give advance warning of other companies releases, but I was pretty pleased to see these two figures which are going to be out in March this year, according to the Crooked dice newsletter.
Both are suitable for populating the village!
I have been telling several prisoner fans about this in the last few days but they don’t get the newsletter so couldn’t see the picture….here it is.
Can’t wait to get my hands (and brushes) on these!