The WIRED folks recreated that classic scene from Return of the Jedi in Lego (and a 1000 frames per second camera).
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Well note quite, it is coming back, but as a video game. Via Games Debate
This model was the first one I bought for Tally Ho! It has been stuck in a box for about twenty years.. The model went together very easily, the parts were a good fit. I glued the armoured car hull to the chassis. The wheels and axels fitted very nicely into the respective holes. I […]
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More progress on Tucson Bob for the Old West. I also did some work on Tuco. Judge Guthrie Prentice has had some more work on his painting too. Still some more work to do, and I think looking over these photographs that I might need to use some more lighter tones on […]
Having given Ned Buck a wash, I painted the base with Citadel Texture: Armageddon Dust. Then I drybrushed the base with Citadel Ushbati Bone. I will then glue on some Citadel Mordheim Turf. I have accidentally painted his shotgun, with the base colour, so this will need to be rectified, and there are some further […]
Making some more progress with my Bolt Action Partisans, mainly painting the flesh tones. Though my partisan band is suppose to be French, this one still looks a little too Soviet, probably because of the cap. This model though looks like it will be fine for a French setting. This though is my least favourite […]
Well what do we have here, the Doctor in Lego. Oh and K9 and a TARDIS. Okay so not a proper set (just yet), but for the forthcoming Lego Dimensions console game. The game uses “real” Lego which are then “brought” into the game. There is a real mix of brands, for example the […]
More painting on the Reverend John Wesley Carrington done. Still some work to do.
Another one of the Wargames Foundry Old West figures I found. This is one of the Pinkerton Men from the OW9/1 Shootists set. I based the model on a two pence piece. I “flocked” the base with Citadel Sand and then gave the model a white undercoat using a Citadel Skull White spray can. Using […]
Sheriff McQuaige is part of the OW11/6 Town Toughs & Staunch Defenders pack. As the Sheriff is wearing a suit, as well as carrying a shotgun, he could be used in Victorian Science Fiction scenarios. He certainly could be walking the streets of London as well as the dusty tracks of the old west. I […]
I have nearly finished painting Ned Buck. I gave the model a wash of Citadel Agrax Earthshade. The next stage will be some highlighting and getting the base finished.
May the 4th Be With You” Australia! Melbournians join LEGO Master Builders Chris and Dan Steininger build the world’s largest Millennium Falcon from LEGO bricks!
Cemetery Sam is part of OW11/7 The Town Vigilance Committee one of the packs of Old West miniatures from Foundry. I based the model on a two pence piece. I do like this model, and I think it could also be used for Victorian Science Fiction scenarios. I used Citadel sand on the base, before […]
Sheriff Milt Mast is part of the OW9/3 Lawmen pack. The model was based on a two pence piece. I used Citadel sand on the base, before giving the model a white undercoat. His hat was then painted a dark brown. Next stage will be more basecoat.