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New Additions – Plastic Baseless Cypress Conifer Trees in 15mm & 25mm

Apr 15th, 2012 | By | Category: New Releases

New for 2012, is a small range of plastic trees with a unique baseless design. The hollow base of the trunk allows use of a “spike” to fix the trees to polystyrene terrain boards without having to use a tree base or similar, and allows them to be moved around and repositioned easily. First types […]



West Sussex Fire Station agrees with wargamers about Klear floor polish

Nov 5th, 2011 | By | Category: Waffle and Wanderings

Relaunch Johnson’s Klear campaign gains momentum. After performing works at East Preston fire station in East Sussex, workers repainted the road markings advising traffic to “Keep Klear”.



eBay UK to put all wargames scales back into one category

Sep 11th, 2010 | By | Category: Top News

Throughout 2005 and 2006, professional wargames traders such as Lea from War-Painter, myself, and many others whose names I’ve not remembered, lobbied eBay UK to split out the main wargames figures categories by scale.  It took some time, and back then eBay UK staff were willing to take advice from their pro and powerseller customers. […]



Workbench Preview – 15mm Norman Plank Bailey Series

Jul 9th, 2010 | By | Category: Workbench

Apologies for being a little late this week with another preview from the buried treasures unearthed when I recaptured my design bench a month or so back.  I’d completely forgotten about this set, which was started something like 5 years ago and had been boxed up amongst models to return to, for about half that […]



Progress Report – New 15mm Hadrian’s Wall range Wall Sections

Jul 2nd, 2010 | By | Category: Rome, Workbench

Continuing the series of Friday updates regarding ongoing new model designs, this week I’m looking at the progress on the assorted wall sections for the new Hadrian’s / Roman Frontier Wall range. There is a small dilemma with this set of pieces, that I’d like to present to you before I discuss the detail, and […]



Progress Report – New 15mm scale Hadrian’s Wall Turrets

Jun 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Rome, Workbench

Last week, I previewed the upcoming Porta Secundus Limes / Triarus Civica for the forthcoming Roman Frontier (Hadrian’s Wall) range of 15mm wargames buildings, currently on the design bench.  This week, again with copious research notes, I’m looking at the wall turrets which appeared at 500 metre intervals between the mile-forts along the frontier wall, […]



Progress Report – New 15mm scale Hadrian’s Wall range Gateways

Jun 18th, 2010 | By | Category: Rome, Workbench

Customers and colleagues who’ve followed Long Range Logistics since I relaunched the brand in 2003, will be aware that for a long time I’ve been talking about the new upscaled Hadrian’s Wall set that I’ve been designing. But first a warning – there’s a lot of pictures on this page, it might take a bit […]



Mission Not Impossible – Design Desk Recaptured

Jun 11th, 2010 | By | Category: Top News, Workbench

For far too long now, my design desk has been a prisoner of the enemy.  My wife captured it about 18 months ago and was using it as a “clutter depository”.  Last month, I decided it was time to send in the Search and Rescue squad. The occasion of my wife taking the kids off […]



Clive’s AWI-village, mid-stage project photos

May 5th, 2010 | By | Category: Conversions

Clive of the Thailand Old GiT’s wargaming group has sent me some photos of an American War of Independence  (AWI) village that he’s creating using Long Range Logistics 15mm scale model buildings.  I thought it would be a good idea to share them with you. As you can see from this overview, the village is […]



Magic Wash Redux – Johnson’s Klear Renamed

Mar 2nd, 2010 | By | Category: Painting and Basing

Some people, including wargamers and even “Pro-painters” may never have heard of Johnson’s Klear, or even of Magic Wash, but to hundreds of thousands of figure painters worldwide, it’s been a godsend that has allowed them to significantly improve their finished painting quality. Here in Thailand, I’ve been trying to get my hands on some […]