Monday, April 20, 2015


Last night I finally finished the Land Ironclad for All Quiet on the Martian Front. This rather large 15mm model is mainly resin with a few metal bits.

It turned out okay. This was the first time I used weathering powders and they turned out alright. Although the powders looked better before I sprayed on the matte sealer. May have to look into that a bit more. This was the last unit I needed to do for our MayDay game.

On my table right now is a DBA army I'm painting up for the MayDay auction. After that I'm taking a break from 15mm figures. I've decided that 15mm is not my favourite scale, I need a bigger surface area. So after the DBA army I'm switching gears to work on a 28mm Carthaginian army. Either that or my Retro Raygun figures when they arrive. Decisions, decisions. . .

On another note, if you're interested in going to MayDay, we still have spots open, especially if you're a Warmachine, 40K or DBA player.


  1. I've heard that varnishes will often substantially disappear weather powders. I think there are some weird ways of fixing the powders without it happening, but I don't know how they work (one of the reasons I'm holding off getting some....they look great though). Maybe keep us updated with what you find?

  2. WOOT! Nicely done Scott! What a monster. Will be sure to snag some photos of it beside some of the...lesser vehicles.

  3. Holy Crap! That is awesome!

    Scott, will you and Terry come to Fallcon and put on a game of All Quiet on the Martian Front?

    Email me: