Welcome to Martin's Models! this will be an occaisional collection of the models, miniatures, scenery and gaming systems created by Martin Evans. Soon on this site, you will discover wargaming miniatures from history and the imagination.
Rules-wise, you'll find my alternate World War Two space-combat setting: Sternkrieg 1949, complete with free downloads of counters, and other fun stuff!
Also, Martin's Models will soon host my adaptations of well-known rules systems for wargaming in the worlds of Robotech and Machinen Krieger.
Sunday, July 15th
Counters for A Call to Arms: Star Fleet
Here's a freebie for all you A Call to Arms players out there - A full-colour, A4 size PDF of some useful counters for keeping track of Criticals and Special Actions.
Sunday, March 20th
Funny Little Wars review
Sometime in January...
Happy New Year, all!
I forgot to add this to the front page - More 1/144th scale fun for Star Wars, plus an article about making lightweight, near-indestructible asteroids for gaming and profit... come and see!
Some other time in January
Here at last is an update for the US Space Force for Sternkrieg. The Yanks fight back with their deadly nuclear powered rocket fighter, the SP-15!
Friday, 17th December
Merry Christmas and custard!
I've finally gotten a chance to load up an article on the Nayk Spider Tank from Westwind Productions. Take a look here!
Monday, 15th November
I'm slowly adding some articles and images of past painting and converting projects. Let's start with some Warhammer 40K conversions, inspired by the monsters of my childhood...
Tuesday, 23rd March
There's new pages on the Miniatures section! Check out what I've been doing with old disposable razors for a scratchbuilding competition on The Miniatures Page.
Also, the F-Toys range of 1/144th Star Wars starfighters get the Martin's Models treatment!
Thursday, 30th July
The Gundam page is up, currently with a few of the models from my Gundam collection. These are repaints of the Bandai 1/200th scale HCM range, which are ideal for wargaming!
If you like the idea of wargaming in the Gundam universe, I'd like to recommend Trevor Lemon's excellent rules Mobile Soldier in Action, which are free to download!