• 3D Printing,  Colonial,  Fantasy,  Isla Victoria,  Paint Table Saturday,  VSF

    Odd Trios

    Today we have a few recent completions, all of which came in groups of three. First up, some ancient Eureka Miniatures Hardlove Steam Driven Impervious Suits. Apparently unpopular or at least unphotogenic, inspirational searches for them on the web were…

  • Colonial,  Paint Table Saturday,  VSF

    “It was 20 Years Ago Today…”

    Well, not exactly, but ’round about. Aflame with inspiration from The Major General Tremorden Rederring, I fired up my internet machine and sent off to the Wargames Foundry in Old Blighty for The Mountains of the Moon Collection. In 2000,…

  • Travel,  VSF

    Victorian Science Fact

    I am not a frequent traveller. On my occasional rambles, I do encounter inspiration for gaming. Last fall, my wife and I visited the somewhat-nearby college town of Athens, GA. Mostly a pilgrimage for artifacts of my favorite band from…

  • Colonial,  Funny Little Wars,  Painting,  VSF

    The Year That Was

    I can say “long time, no post,” but when an entire year has passed since I attended to this blog, it seems a bit ridiculous. When I finally did check in a week ago, I discovered that the blog had…

  • Colonial,  Funny Little Wars,  Isla Victoria,  Pulp,  VSF

    Vintage Christmas

    I came to miniature wargaming as an adult. Childhood Christmases did include wondrous gifts, but never the tubs of little plastic warriors that so many boys enjoyed. As an aside, I did yearn for that crate of Revolutionary War Soldiers…

  • Colonial,  Craftees,  Isla Victoria,  Square Pegs,  VSF

    Inaugural Combat

    Following an unplanned hiatus, I have every intention of resuming semi-regular posting to this blog. Part of my time away was spent on some 1:1 terrain building. Inspired by Eric the Shed, specifically expansion of his eponymous structure, I endeavored to nearly double…