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It isn’t easy being green! July was a strange month with life in general being busier than it’s been for a long time. On top of all ..read more
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Tickets are now available for my Troggoth Workshop in Nottingham 28 Sep – 29 Sep. You can book then on the Lead Belt Studio website HERE ..read more
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Painting some nasty nurgly gnashers! I’ve been having a busy few weeks but I’m happy to say that a big part of that has involved some ..read more
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When I last posted about my Demon Tank the project was running in the background alongside preparations for Golden Demon and my Troggoth ..read more
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The last month has seen me the busiest I’ve been in a long time with Golden Demon at Warhammer Fest and my Troggoth workshop in Stockport ..read more
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Golden Demon may be all done and dusted but there’s no time to ease the pace as I’ve gone straight into workshop preparation mode! My ..read more
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Warhammer Fest and Golden Demon felt bigger this year, a lot bigger! It’s the first time I’ve had to queue outside the Ricoh Arena to ..read more
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I finished painting my Tidecaster back in July just as Mark began to feel unwell. I didn’t know it at the time but this was the start of ..read more
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Once the filling and sanding side of model preparation was done I decided to give my Troggoth a light coat of primer. I did this not only ..read more
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When Games Workshop (GW) released their new plastic Rockgut Troggoths I knew straightaway that I would paint one. For one thing I wanted a ..read more

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