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.
During last summer I purchased some figures from crooked dice… they were dead ringers for Captain Scarlet and other Spectrum personnel . I decided then that somehow i would use them in a table top game………but who could they fight?
Eventually it came to me, Sci fi is a leap into the imagination……Daleks!! That lead onto the purchase of variuos Dr who figures, a Tardis…..then late last year Nov/Dec i started listening to the Gerry Anderson series U.F.O. whilst i did my painting, eventually working my way through all episodes. That and the sad demise of Gerry Anderson on boxing day last year, lead me into purchasing a host of old Imai kits from both series (Scarlet and UFO)…..a fair bit of nostalgia crept into the whole idea.
I remembered the time I had gone to see Gerry Anderson in the early 1990’s during his one man show with one of my friends…..again sadly no longer with us. I had built an Imai “Sky one” for one of my friends birthdays as a gift……for some reason i felt the need to buy another……then some mobiles, a spectrum helijet and some SPV’s, a MSV….a Stingray…and a Shado interceptor…all rare kits and getting rarer! All these would be used in the table top game along side some daleks and the crooked dice miniatures………..so in the coming weeks there will be lots of posts as i complete the various vehicles, craft and figures…most of which are a work in progress as we speak!…So keep checking back in the coming weeks….lots of interesting stuff to come!
These have been finished for a while, I’ve just been struggling to find the time to post!
So many other interesting goodies to tell about, so many works in progress!
but I hope you like the daleks…it was fun painting them, they turned out very well, I still have many more to paint!
I added some “Pyrotechnics” to some of them. These muzzle blasts are from Armorcast and make sci fi figures just a little bit more dynamic.
Well, hope you are all having a good time!
Santa clearly read my letter because he delivered 3 Dr Who figures (mix of heresey and Crooked dice) and a set of Captain Scarlet type figures also from Crooked Dice. So when I have some free time I will paint them up and post a picture or three!