Hello all, The latest model in my World at War range (1905-1960) which is now in stock on the website: Indirect Artillery Emplacement 28mm resin Suitable for most indirect fire weapons including; heavy mortars, rockets, AA flack guns etc. This model is priced at £8 unpainted & £16 painted as shown in the pics. More info can be found here: http://www.paulsmodellingworkshop.com/model/indirect-artillery-emplacement-28mm/
WIP pictures of the next resin model on the workbench. 28mm AA emplacement – for high trajectory weapons. This is the master model, I will be making the mould tomorrow. It is large enough to accommodate an 85mm diameter base.
Hello all, My latest release: 28mm resin Anti-Tank Gun position. This is available now from my website here: http://www.paulsmodellingworkshop.com/model/anti-tank-gun-position/ Available unpainted for £6 or painted in either temperate or arid versions for £12 All further details can be found on my website. Thanks, Paul
Hello all, My latest addition to the 16-18th century European and American 28mm ranges: Breached Courtine sections. Cast in resin and available painted or unpainted. These are designed to replace the standard sections in either version of the Star Fort or in linear courtine defences. All the details and prices are now on my website here: http://www.paulsmodellingworkshop.com/model/breached-courtine-sections-28mm/
These are the first painted picture of the AT tank position I was working on last month.One painted for Europe and one for North Africa. In the background are the reinforced shell holes….
I am adding a couple of ‘breached’ sections to the range of Courtine pieces. Here are pictures of both masters – one for both the four and five sided Star Fort.
The mould for the bastion in my Star Fort finally collapsed so I have been rebuilding the master. This has given me the opportunity to add some extra detailing: 1. I have lowered slightly the overall height of the banks, so figures can now see over. 2. I have beefed up the sloped walls and made them slightly more irregular. 3. I have added extra logs around the gun ports. 4. I have added more wood grain detail to all the planking. Hopefully you can see some of this in the attached pictures. First new castings tonight, wish me luck!
A couple of WIP pictures showing two small defensive positions based on shell holes or craters with added sandbags. These will be in resin and part of my 20th century range. Each will take up to a 45mm diameter base – ie for a two man MG/Mortar/Sniper Team etc.
Some WIP pictures of two new masters I am working on – both for my 20th Century 28mm resin range – Artillery Emplacement and Anti-Tank position. These should be available in the new year.
The silicone mould for my Breastwork Set 1 (28mm) has finally lost the will to live and decided to fall apart! I’m not too sad considering i have cast over ninety full sets as well as various extra pieces from it. At least it has given me the opportunity to add some extra detailing – I am increasing the banking at the front and extra wood grain on the planking as you can see in the picture. I have also decided to add an extra two 90 degree angle pieces to the set as I often get asked for more of these. There may be a slight increase in price sometime in the future but for now the price will stay the same – so in effect you will get two extra pieces for free. — Products shown: Breastwork set – 28mm 1/56 scale resin.
“Collecting Ammo” Weather was bad enough this weekend to add another mini vignette to my collection, 28mm ECW/TYW artillery figures by Warlord Games and Perry Miniatures.
Finally had some time to paint a few figures for my own collection. Pike & Shotte Siege Engineers and Artillery Crew by Warlord Games. No bright colours for these fellows, I kept the colour palette simple and subdued. As it’s raining I might do a few more
Good afternoon all, well I have finally managed to do it…….it would have been quicker but my maths isn’t what it was! Took me a while to work out the angles required. Let me present the Five Pointed Star Fort (28mm): Completely cast in resin this will be available in two versions, as a complete kit and also as an conversion set for those who already have the four sided Star Fort. It’s a bit of a beast measuring in at apx 30″ (660mm) diameter. Additional information and prices can be found on my website here: http://www.paulsmodellingworkshop.com/model/five-pointed-star-fort-28mm/ Now to work on the 15mm version……..
This is a first for me in resin – 15mm or 1/100 scale models. Just finished painting these test castings today and I’m very happy with they way they turned out. I feel I have managed to keep the same level of detail in these as with my 28mm range – see what you think. So far I have; Ravelin, Lunette, Breastworks, Artillery Earthworks I will be adding to the range with a Gun Bastion & Star Fort. Should have full details and prices of these listed on my Website at the weekend. Here are the some pictures of the painted castings.
Hello everyone! The latest edition to my 28mm resin Field Defence range – Lunette Literally ‘little moon’ – In military terms a half moon shaped defensive position. Suitable from around 1600 – 1900 and can be used for the FIW, ECW, TYW, AWI, ACW, Napoleonic or Crimean wars – and probably a few others! Section measures 12″ or 30cm long and is 10″ 25cm from apex to apex. Can fit at least a 12 figure frontage (on a 2cmx2cm base size). Completely compatible with my breastwork sets this will be priced at £10 unpainted and £20 painted and flocked (as shown in the pictures). This should be up on my website later today. Thanks, Paul
I have been meaning to share these pics for a while now. From a customer of mine Sean Gage who produced this wonderful diorama. I shall let him explain it in his own words: “If you remember I bought some of your shell craters not so long ago and promised some photos when the diorama was finished. It represents a section of the Cambrai battlefield and features 2 MKIV tanks – male & female (the latter with a fascine) approaching the wire belt. The fascine was made using the bristles cut from a cheap stiff carpet brush. The un-ditching beams were also scratch built using various styrene components and Milliput. For general weathering including your craters I used the Mr Hobby weatheriing “pencils” which were very effective and I think were better in this situation than washes. I used three of your craters and decided that they should be “old” partly filled with black mud. I’m very pleased with your products – so many thanks..” No, thank you Sean! Very inspiring!
Fantastic set-up and battle report by Chris Johnson, shared here with his permission. Nice use of one of my Star Forts (Fort Wright) with naval guns. First posted on Tabletop Wargames Network.
Hi all – I have a few items I need to move on to a good home as I have run out of space again! 11 x K and M trees 2 x Games Workshop Figure Cases 3 x Warlord Games figures (the special editions) Contact me for more details – thanks!
Hello everyone! The latest edition to my 28mm resin Field Defence range – Artillery Earthworks. Suitable from around 1600 – 1900 In the set you get two distinct earthwork sections with gun ports (so you can use them for a battery of one or two guns) and a left and right sided ‘end stop’ – a total of four pieces. Completely compatible with my breastwork sets these will be priced at £6 per set unpainted and £12 per set painted and flocked (as shown in the pictures. They should be up on my website later today.
Lunette – literally ‘little moon’ In military terms a half moon shaped defensive position. A few shots of the masters in 28mm, 20mm and 15mm versions. I have used dowells to represent logs in the three scales and have added the wood grain to each one – not so easy for the 15mm version!
Masters of the new Breatwork set, Ravelin and Lunette scaled for 1/72 (20mm) figures. I am working on the Gun Bastion and Star Fort. After these I will start on the masters for the 1/100 (15mm) versions. I will probably add the Lunette to the current 1/56 (28mm) range as well.
Hi everyone – a couple of bits of news: 1. I have decided to branch out into other scales and I am currently working on producing my Breastwork Sets, Ravelin, Star Fort and Gun Bastion in both 1/72 (20mm) and 1/100 (15mm) scales – more news on these when I have some samples ready. 2. My page is up to 493 likes – I thank you all! and have decided to offer a FREE gift to the 500th follower – if any of you think some one might be interested in my page, please pass my details on. I may even extend this offer to the 499th and 501st follower as who wants to miss out by one…. 🙂 Happy gaming/modelling everyone!
Hello all….still in the process of selling off some of my excess figures and bits…. I have some 1/72nd scale goodies for sale – ancient and napoleonic. Both plastic and metal…..All prices include UK p&P: HAT8068 Ancient Germans 48 figs on sprue £3.50 HAT8022 Celtic Cavalry 12 figs on sprue £3.50 HAT8045 Greek Mercenary Hoplites 43 figs on sprue £3.50 EMHAR7205 Viking Warriors 50 figs on sprue £3.50 HAT8039 French line horse arty 40 pieces £3.50 HAT8105 French Limbers (2 limbers,horses & crew for 3) £3 ITALERI6065 British&Prussian Staff Set, 34 parts £5 ITALERI6007 Prusian Curiassers (30 figs+horses, nearly 2 boxes worth, in one box) £9 ITALERI6093 Austrian Infantry 48 figs per box (I have 2 boxes and 1 set loose – ie 3 in total) £15 and I have a number of SHQ 20mm metal Austrian Napoleonic figures…. AV62 – Grenzers firing x4 AV63 – Grenzers advancing x 4 AV60 – Grenzers loading x 4 Plus….. 2x officers shako 4x officers helmet 2x drummers helmet 1x drummer shako 1x flag..
I have 8 x resin tents in 28mm 1/56 scale for sale. Not sure of the manufacturer (could be more than one), suitable for around 1100-1550. (or fantasy) The large round tents have a diameter of apx 3″ and the smaller round tents a diameter of apx 2″. The round tent with the spire is apx 4.5″ tall. Looking for £22 including UK postage
I have one set of GW LoTR plastic scenery pieces – I believe these are from the Mines of Moria set, the columns have been glued together otherwise all on sprue. And it looks like two sets of the plastic LOTR ‘ruins’ with pieces from another two sets, not on sprue. All shown in picture, price includes UK postage. £25