Taking the plunge on a solo trip to the Land of the Rising Sun, filled with hopes, dreams and a backpack full of camera gear. The general conscientious among my friends and colleagues is that Tokyo is all skyscrapers and concrete. I set our to prove them wrong. What treasures will be uncovered? Will the … Continue reading Japan 2019: There and Back Again
I rarely do commissions.. Mainly because I’m the slowest painter in the world and like so many others, I'm my own worst critic when it comes to details and overall quality, and am never satisfied with my work. -Nitpickers of the world unite! The last commish I did was half an army of Imperial Assault … Continue reading Mini-painting: Monster by Kingdom Death pt 1
Many moons ago, I was spending every ounce of cash on miniatures from companies big and small, all over the world. Feeling somewhat like a megalomaniac with a solid dose of OCD and compulsive collecting, I came across a pre-order (walk on the wild side right there) of a massive dragon, currently being sculpted. £200 … Continue reading Miniatures: The Heresy Dragon
Was up to my usual antics again, after having ordered another doll and collected (and having paid the murderous import taxes), I figured a somewhat 'unorthodox' unbooxing sequence was in order. After all.... It wouldn't be like me to miss an opportunity to be a little mental.. 😉 I honestly half expected it to get … Continue reading SD: Eiji unboxing
It's been a good while since I did any photos of any kind, mainly due to IRL being more hectic than ever and downtime becomes a commodity rather than something to be taken for granted. My obsession with the SmartDoll continues, it's a handy hobby that can be enjoyed in bite-sized portions, rather than needing … Continue reading SD:Grounded!
It's been almost three months since Keisuke Kai came 'home', and I've been up to my ears in sewing projects ever since. This is a fairly large doll, coming in at 1/3 scale, so roughly 60cm tall. I'm used to making human sized clothes, and usually skirts/dresses at that, so making something for a dude … Continue reading SD: Introducing my new Smart Doll
Living in the middle of a city has its perks and drawbacks. On the up side; every service imaginable is nearby, and it's easy to travel via public transport. The drawback for me, is that there's not much contact with nature. The constant drone of traffic by far overshadows the rustle of nearby leaves and … Continue reading IRL: City Tour