Home of Laser Cut Styrene Building Kits - Robust, economic, modular, war game terrain models.
Take the tedium out of scratch building and produce quality table-top terrain incorporating recycled household rubbish.
Soon to be released Grymn (space dwarf) Admiral from Hasslefree Miniatures, painted by the obscenely talented Iacton over on the Forum of Doom Here.
I notice from my followers list that there are a number of people joined now that are NOT war-gamers or role-players or even painters of toy soldiers, and you may be a little non-plussed by what you are doing here, tempted as you were by pictures of fairy castles and wizard towers made out of Pringles tubes... So, just to get this in context the figure beneath measures just 22mm from sole of foot to top of head.
I went to the International Plastic Modellers Society (IPMS) show at Telford yesterday and had a good couple of hours wandering around the models. I'm not really interested in the WW2 and modern aircraft and armour, but there were a few sic-fi models on display.
Bargain of the day was picking up an AMT model of NC1701E for just £14.99 rather than the £35 retail price tag.
Never made a Star Trek kit before, but I now find myself wanting all of them!
Another highlight was my son buying his first model kits. An Airfix Tornado GR1 (because Daddy used to work on it) and a Alligator Russian helicopter kit (because it looked cool). work on the tornado began this afternoon around the kitchen table, pictures later.
Finally I also discovered the Berna Multiclamps. These are by far the most useful "extra pair of hands" I've ever owned, simple precise and incredible versatile. Thoroughly recommended!
They are available under the Model Craft Brand (PCL8710/2). I bought two pairs (large and small), but they're so good that I want more!