Tag Archives: Star Wars

We have wings….

So the next project grows – one wing is now four and the model is much more recognisable. With a model fuselage PhotoShopped in to sit between the four wings the X-wing is now instantly recognisable. so now to the … Continue reading

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In a shipyard, long, long ago ….

Sometimes it takes a while for a model to move from seed to bud to flower – this is something I have considered for many a long year and it is finally beginning to develop into something. This began as … Continue reading

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Times of change

It is always sad to lose an old friend, and when it is your fault …. My large TIE fighter (Star Wars space ship) has stood in a corner of our living room for several years now and has given … Continue reading

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Chris Foss, visionary artist for the Space Generation

I’ve just bought a copy of “Hardware – the definitive SF works of Chris Foss” – an ideal read on a wet and stormy afternoon. A massive piece of work of 240 pages, it lovingly pictures the incredible visions of … Continue reading

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Taking Liberty’s

Meccanomen do get some interesting opportunities! Liberty’s, the big London department store on Great Marlborough Street just off Regent Street decided to have a shop window display through March featuring Meccano! This was to help launch a kids fashion range rather … Continue reading

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