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Baba Yaga 2

Working on the figure, this is a Work in progress and should change for the better -still a lot of trimming work to do

Baba Yaga


My first British diorama! Bleaklow is located between Sheffield and Manchester. I had no idea the terrain was that great when I spent a few time in Manchester by the mid nineties otherwise I would have pay a visit.Bleaklow diorama


The Minoga diorama

Sorry for not having posting anything in months. I have been working on something like 4 dioramas at a time. more recently i finished that diorama whose picture below is a teaser. it is for The Weathering Magazine which should be out in December or January or when they can really.

Anyway, i have been forbidden to post any picture of the completed diorama for the time being. I should really have refused this, but oh well, I have lots others coming soonish, including a possibly great one.

Still Life

Just a few days before finally posting the completed Seddul-Bahir diorama (4 years in the making), here is a small experiment that i started a few weeks ago as a side project. I failed it mostly because some bubbles stayed trapped. uyet there is a nice amber feel about it.

The idea and settings was picked almost completely from a sepia photograph which is quite well known, sadly I can't remind who did it, so if anyone knows, please feel free to drop me a line!

In the meantine it will end up as a desktop clipboard I suppose.. or as a gift or on ebay (why not)

Homemade Photoetch (again)

And now for something completely different. Homemade photoetch!! Not very fine I must say but enough for most of my 1/35 projects. it's been 5 years i am doing some now and I must say i have been streamlining it quite efficiently. The process is too long to be explained like that, but the first picture shows an insulated metal plaque.