Bag the Hun Cards

With the spring house work, back-to-back house guests, and now an immobile leg from tendonitis surgery, I have spent very little time at the work bench. However, as I now have to keep my leg elevated as much as possible, I’ve been able to do some desktop publishing on my MacBook. In addition to editing some aerial images that I plan on having gaming mats made from, I finished up this set of basic cards for Too Fat Lardies’ WWII aerial combat game, Bag the Hun. Doubtful anyone will stumble on it, but I have made the PDF available here. BTH Cards

4Ground Hotel Complex

My Wife was nice enough to give me 4Ground’s Hotel Complex for Christmas, and I finally got around to finishing it up. It really is a grand piece that I’m hoping to use for multiple genres. There were a surplus of frames with the kits so I created some hotel signs and a “King in Yellow” marquee in Photoshop, and used a French advertising poster from Hudson and Allen to create some swappable signage. They stick to the buildings very well with poster putty. I’m now waiting on a replacement part from 4Ground for one of the skylights, and then I may detail the interiors somewhat.

Bandai 1/48 Schwimmwagen – In Progress

I love the old Bandai 1/48 kits, however if you loose or are missing a part, you’re pretty much screwed. Case in point, the windshield for my Schwimmwagen was AWOL. My less than elegant solution was to create a folded, canvas covered windshield from styrene stock and Green Stuff. I’ll do some further shaping and sanding when it dries, and see how it paints up.

1-48 Schwimmwagen

Telephone Poles

Over the long weekend I threw together a set of ten telephone poles from Lionel. I embedded a rare earth magnet in one, and mounted some 1/48 Verlinden road signs on flexible magnetic steel so I have the option to interchange signage. The perched pigeon is from Pegasus Hobbies. For a project that I wasn’t initially vested in, I’m really pleased with the way these turned out.

Threshold Agents

Keeping in line with my painting ADD, here are some Artizan figures that I plan on using as Threshold Agents for Strange Aeons.

Threshold Agents

German Zombies

Nothing says Valentine’s Day like the undead. The armed fellas and the familiar face are from Reaper. The line troops are from the Modiphius Achtung! Cthulhu Kickstarter.


I stumbled on these while sorting through one of my (last) miscellaneous boxes. Some primer, a quick dry brushing, some flock and ta-da – some sort of rock outcrops.


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