These are guides to reproduce modelling projects that I have undertaken in the past. The techniques can of course be applied to other projects.
A look at the materials I use for modelling. Both for scratchbuilding and converting.
The tools I work with.
How I go about scratchbuilding and converting models.
These are pdf files for download.
How to build a version of the fictional book made famous in the writings of H.P.Lovecraft
A simple armoured vehicle model.
Using only parts found in the ork trukk kit, how to create a war buggy that matches the look and feel of the current ork models.
The core of a model tank for use with generic 25/28mm scale wargames figures. The core tank needs only a single sheet of 1mm thick plasticard to make.
A project in the same style as the scratchbuilt MBT. This allows you make a 25/28mm scale IFV or APC from a single sheet of plasticard.
Given the lack of widely available Star Trek Starfleet wargaming figures, this document gives isntructions on building figures yoruself. This covers the era of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn to Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
A 1:1 scale replica of the Blastech DH17 blaster as used by rebels and Imperials alike in the Star Wars films. This model is entirely scratchbuilt and does not require any specialist pre-cast or 3d printed parts.
How to replicate the so-called 'donut' helmet worn by rebel commandos in Return of the Jedi out of plasticard.
Background image miniature design copyright of Games Workshop Ltd.
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