Civil War Miniatures and Memorabilia...
Collector of 19th century ad notes...
19th century postcards
I enjoy this because I love explossions enough said :-D
Hello, beautiful effect of the explosion, good work.
Brilliant Captain, just brilliant!
Excellent!!!! It does look real!!
Gowan, Captain,Fran, Ray...thank you
Wonderful explosive work!
Outstanding! That would be a direct hit hit then.
Thanks Michael,...yes that would be a direct hit
Noiw that is cool! Very cool. Great stuff Captain.
Nice! You have great light effects!Christopher
Thank you Christopher
Wow that looks bloody good!
Thanks guys for the comments...its actually pretty easy to do this, once the cotton is in place anything you throw at it will usually stick in weird positions to get this effect.
BOOOMMM!!Gotta love explosions!
There's something wonderfully eerie, "Gothy" and mysterious about your buildings and figures. Looks like you fight a war game by candle light.Great photos.
Things that go BANG in the night! Brilliant!!
Thanks Tamsin, Scott...yes I am into the gothic look and feel, next I'm going to put street lights on all the streets. Thanks Anne, and I have commented on your blog , but they don't show up and I don't know why.
outstanding work Captain! (as always it would seem!)
Thank you Ric
You are the master of all the bloggers when it comes to these effects! wonderful stuff!!
Thanks Willie, I appreciate that
That wagon must have been a special hunk-of-wood. Standing too close the explosion could end in having your backside riddled with splinter-shrapnel!