Medieval Europe (1070AD to 1550AD)
My range of buildings and constructions suitable for Europe during the middle ages.
My range of buildings and constructions suitable for Europe during the middle ages.
The first models in my new range of 20mm 1/72 scale resin, are now available. The first releases are: Ravelin – unpainted = £7.50 painted = £16.50 Lunette – unpainted = £6.50 painted = £14.30 Artillery Earthworks – unpainted = £3.50 painted £7.70 Breastwork Set – unpainted = £27 painted £59.40 As with the 15mm range, I will be adding a Large Gun Bastion and both four and five pointed Star Fort next. and can be found here: http://www.paulsmodellingworkshop.com/stock/
Hell all, Here is the latest 20mm 1/72 scale resin set. Available now. 16/19th century Field Breastworks – made from cut logs with an earthen embankment. These are for use in the European theatre from the TYW to the late 1800’s and in America from the FIW to the end of the ACW. This set comprises 19 pieces with a total length of over 115cm (46″). each individual piece is unique with no repeats. This set will be priced at £27.00 unpainted and £59.40 painted.
I now have the first three examples of my new 20mm 1/72nd resin range cast and painted. This is the start of reproducing all my ranges of 28mm models in to 20mm scale. These have been designed for use during the 16/19th century’s in both Europe and North America and would cover from the Wars of Religion to the American Civil War. The first models available are: Ravelin – 17x15cm – unpainted £7.50 – painted £16.50 Lunette – 22cm long – unpainted £6.50 – painted £14.30 Artillery Earthworks (x4 pieces) – 13cm long – unpainted £3.50 – painted £7.70 The Breastwork set is to follow soon,. All these are available now and should be up on the website in the next few days.
Hello all! It’s been a while since I had any news to tell from the Workshop. My range of resin 28mm WW2 models have proved so popular with you and Warlord Games that they are constantly in production. Unfortunately I currently have no help or part time employees so new adding new models to the range has proven difficult. However that’s about to change!! I have added WIP pictures (descriptions added) of the start of a NEW 20mm 1/72nd scale range – the first time I have produced resin models in this size. The first models will be part of the 16/19th century European and North American ranges and are: Ravelin Lunette Breastwork Set Artillery Earthworks Set The mold is currently setting and tomorrow I hope to make the first test castings. Watch this space! Thanks, Paul
Hi all, two posts from me in three days…must be a record! In yesterdays Warlord Games newsletter, there is a battle report featured using one of my Sconce / Star Fort (along with a Ravelin) models as the main objective of the scenario. Excellently painted (not by me), was it any one of you nice people? A good read, I have added the link here: http://articles.warlordgames.com/pike-shotte-great-sconce/
Well it’s been a long time! Sorry all and thanks for your patience as I haven’t posted for quite a while… I have been very busy over the last few months and have finally taken on another ‘apprentice’ so I have started to catch up. OK news… I have been working on some large orders for Warlord Games, who have increased the range of my products they stock. Very soon you will be able to purchase from them the fully painted versions of the following 28mm resin models: 16th/19th century – Lunette Bolt Action – AT or HMG position Bolt Action – Indirect Artillery emplacement The AT and IA models are available in both european/temperate and arid/desert versions. They should appear in their newsletter soon.
Hello all! Just up on the website and available now, my latest resin model: Ploughed Field (28mm) The first in an expanding range of terrain pieces, this would be suitable for use from ancient Europe to the modern day. Modelled to look like it was ploughed with horse or oxen etc, featuring no straight edges and all the furrows and trenches are slightly irregular in both length, height and shape. Priced at £9 unpainted, £18 painted, £24 painted & planted http://www.paulsmodellingworkshop.com/model/ploughed-field-28mm/
Hi all, the first casting painted for the start of a new range of resin terrain items – 28mm ploughed field – usable practically everywhere and at any time. It came out well, the mould is good and the casting is totally flat, which is the main thing! I have a few more samples to cast – the next one will probably have some crops added……
Hello all, The latest release for my ‘World at war’ range: 28mm Resin Infantry Entrenchments. There are apx 24″ (30cm) of reinforced zig zag trenchworks in six parts, that can be used as a linear defence or as a trench system. Each piece is different and can be used in a variety of ways and has been modelled with cut timber, logs and corrugated iron behind the earth bank. Priced at £20 unpainted and £40 painted per set, these are now available on my website here: http://www.paulsmodellingworkshop.com/model/field-fortification-zig-zag-trench-system/
Some examples of recently completed 15mm Snake Rail and X Rail fencing. These are scratchbuilt models using hardwood strips and posts on a landscaped base.
Hello all, another new release for my World at War (1905-1970) range: Sandbagged 2-man craters – cast in resin and suitable for 28mm or 1/56 scale figures. Perfect for bazooka/panzerschreck/mmg/flamethrowers etc. You get two different designs in the pack and the crater is large enough to accommodate a 45mm diameter base. Priced at £7 unpainted and £14 painted More details can be found here: http://www.paulsmodellingworkshop.com/model/sandbagged-craters-2-man-28mm/
Latest WIP photos. I am currently updating the masters for my zig zag trench/earthwork system. I have added a lot more sand bags, corrugated iron sheets and vertical logs for variety and to give it that ‘ad hoc’ appearance. The originally planking – where it can still be seen, has been distressed and wood grain detail added. I hope to get some finished pics up soon. This version is the replacement for my current model and will stay at the same price.
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.
“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