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Collaborating with a 4-year Old

Originally posted on busy mockingbird:
One day, while my daughter was happily distracted in her own marker drawings, I decided to risk pulling out a new sketchbook I had special ordered.  It had dark paper, and was perfect for adding highlights to.  I had only drawn a little in it, and was anxious to try…

Author Interview – James Downs

As part of the Raus! Untoten! PR drive, I have been interviewing the authors, the first is with James Downs,  author of Shadows in the East, a story that I believe is truly unique. Unlike most of the authors who were sourced from Facebook, James Downs came to the Raus! Untoten! project through a call for submissions in … Continue reading

Detailed Cross-Sections of Ammunition

I like this article very much, especially as it gives people the opportunity to see what actually makes up a round (not a bullet, that’s the bit you actually shoot out). Some of these are particularly nasty-looking and I shall most certainly be looking them up and seeing how I can reverse engineer them so … Continue reading

20 Historic Black and White Photos Colorized

Although some of these photos might have had a bit of artistic licence, they are still amazing. The Hindenburn is especially hard-hitting, but beautiful at the same time.

On Hardcore, Handsome and Hapless Heroes

Originally posted on Sarah Cawkwell's Blog:
Very much of my writing time is taken up with the wonderful grim and dark worlds of Warhammer 40k. This is all fine and groovy, because as I observed a while back, I love Space Marines. There’s a lot of pleasure to be had in writing stories about…

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