Our Game is a Handful.

Our Game is a Handful.

Monday, March 19, 2012

How do you move this stuff?

Readers have been asking about this:

All the models have a magnetic sheet cut to fit the water line of each ship.

Each case is a simple frame with a sheet of thin air duct steel nailed to the base.
We then shrink wrap for transport

Very stackable.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Eraje Olas

De' Eraje Olas (ay-rah’-hay o’-lahs)
Loosely translated the "Virgin Honey Waves", is a trading sloop crewed by a Portuguese and Spanish mash of rag tag mariners who's port of birth is as much a mystery to the crew as it is to those who bother to inquire. Holding their breath under the banner of Portugal an empire that has mostly been forgotten in the Caribbean, they avoid both pirate harassment and naval interdiction by looking intentionally uninteresting. For many years reports of the crew of the Eraje Olas have been in running gun battles with a corvette out of St. Jan (Danish West Indies) under the flag of Norway. Anyone who has been so inclined to understand this vendetta has been left trapped between an esoteric parable about a leaky butter churn and the stoic stare of a vikings' decedent.

The Brigantine "Elk Hunt"

The Brigantine "Elk Hunt" often mistaken for a Spanish merchant, has preyed on vessels of all nationalities for going on 2 years now. Her survival not accredited to bold action or bloody ferocity but her captain's passive aggressive tactic of placing the ship right where the navy wants her at the moment before they can actually doing anything about it.

The only "head" you'll ever see on the Elk Hunt.

The Elk Hunt is known to present a beutiful aft right before she turns on you.