Gothic is a print & play “journaling” type solo rolo-playing game with a horror theme. The deck of 70 illustrated cards builds a map of your location, and suggests what you find there. You explore – acquiring information, objects, and assistants to help you overcome dangerous encounters.
Volume 2 of “Lovecraft Ambience” is a further suite of six electronic ambient soundscapes designed to complement H.P. Lovecraft inspired board games, card games, role-playing or reading.
Another small project in my “Colossal Masonry” series for the game Heroscape. Easily made from just 5 mm foam board and glue.
Sound generated using Instacomposer and Nodal Sequencer, rendered using Reaper Digital Audio Workstation.
An introduction to Einstein’s theories of Relativity – with no equations, and certainly no rubber sheets…
More Heroscape custom scenery. How to use just 5 mm foam-board to make ancient ruins with the look of “colossal masonry”.
Detailed instructions on how to make Heroscape compatible scatter scenery from 5 mm foam-board.
Niccolò is race game, its heritage deriving from games such as Sorry!, Ludo, and Parcheesi.
However, it comes with a wicked twist – there are no dice!
Only a small number of books enter my special shelf reserved for works that are so significant that I shall never relinquish them. I have recently added Susanna Clarke’s “Piranesi”. (www.blomsbury.com ISBN 978-1-5266-2242-6)
A cheap-and-cheerful custom conversion project for Hasbro’s Heroscape tabletop wargame.
“Over 60 minutes of electronic ambient soundscapes designed to complement H.P. Lovecraft inspired board games, card games, role-playing or reading.
A fan-made print-&-play conversion kit providing alternative artwork cards and tokens for the out of print 1978 game “The Sorcerer’s Cave”.
Free downloadable construction plans for a set of sturdy steps that allow a large dog with mobility issues to have easier access to a vehicle. When not in use, the steps fold down to a size that can be carried and stored in the vehicle.
A 15mm scale diorama of an imaginary town made using Dave Graffam’s wonderful print-cut-out-and-glue cardboard scenery, a lot of balsa wood, and various metal alloy miniature figurines.
Instructions for project to adapt an extension sun-visor – so that it can be fitted to vehicles with very narrow existing visors. (Medium difficulty)
A project to create digital collages and display them in framed plates inside a faux grimoire.
Showcasing digital art by up-cycling an old clock.
Another of my manipulated fractal / rendered figure composite images.
I remember steam locomotives from my childhood, and particularly watching them during many (seemingly endless) warm summer holidays spent around Hest Bank near Morecambe.
An image created by compositing a wire-frame model into a generated background.