This model is perhaps not quite steampunk enough, but I really liked the size and look of the thing.
It is a nice big piece that still has plenty of room for models to move around under and on it.
When I was at a port last year, I took some photos of the massive cranes to get some inspirations for colours. I have decided to go with a mix of red, grey and yellow spray paints for the base colours.
After building the cab and undercoating it, I thought I should have cut some clear plastic windows to fit when it was finished, I guess I will have to do it the hard way. Or not at all.
Hardly worth getting excited over, but while painting some figures recently, I finished some more treasure chests for a soon to be played game of Cutlass. There can never be enough treasure!
Even less exciting are some mdf crates that came with some TT Combat buildings, but they do provide much needed cover for models.
The Prussian Zeppelins have their new flying bases and have now seen action.
I designed these stands so flying models can get some better height in games. I have always thought it odd that aircraft fly around at little more than roof height in games. This usually results in ground models not getting Line Of Sight to the flying models. These stands solve that problem anyway and have a small tabletop footprint.
I made some mock ups out of card and then Jim at Products For Wargamers cut them in 2mm mdf. The prespex rods can be of various diameter, 6mm works fine with small lightweight resin models, but once a model gets to a certain weight, and the height is over about 30cm, then 8mm diameter works better.