Sunday, 4 December 2011


I have been typing a few posts recently and was struck by how diverse this blog has become. As you can probably tell, I have a lot of interests. But this blog isn't about me - it's really about me showing you things you might be interested in.

So, I thought I'd ask you, dear readers, what it is you like to see? Please let me know in the comments box below. Also, if there's stuff that makes you yawn, please tell me as well!

Do you like women in furry bikinis and rabbit ears with pink bows? Christ...where the hell did that come from? Oh, here.


  1. To be honest, I enjoy it just as it is: it's always interesting irrespective of how diverse some of the subjects are.

  2. I second that - it's inspired me to put more of my personal oddments on my own currently utilitarian blog...when I get time.

  3. And me. I enjoy it just as it is. That being said, the mix between London nights out, graphic design and sci-fi wargaming is (1) pretty unique; and (2) pretty awesome!

  4. Not sure what I'd suggest. This place is so random I'm not sure there's anything that isn't already on here. It's the Wikipaedia of Weird...

  5. I, too, like this blog the way it is, and wouldn't change a thing. It's diverse, fascinating, and never, ever boring. You posted a photo of John Blanche's desk, for pete's sake.

    And a travelogue of the Paris catacombs.

    And historical reenactments.

    Then there was the deer head, spray painted bright red.

    Also, I think I saw a pterosaur once.

    Believe me, you don't get that just anywhere. Is it a question of site traffic, or...?

  6. It's great the way it is! Though as a music fanboy, I wouldn't mind more posts on the music you like (or that other may be interested in). After all, I got into Mastodon after seeing your post on their album covers.

    This blog is a product of your vision, so to speak, and that vision is the reason why we follow it. So just keep going along as is, I think. I can't imagine it getting boring. Ever.

  7. It's the diversity and broad perspective that sets this blog apart from other miniature & gaming blogs. One thing I can always see more of are nice visual posts that could serve as inspiration for painting & converting, or maybe thoughts on narrative gaming that go beyond restating the advice in the Inquisitor rulebook.

  8. Hi All! Thank you so much for your kind comments. I shall 'proceed as normal' as you suggest. Thanks also to phiq and Anonymous for their suggestions about music and inspiration. Excellent ideas! Xx

  9. circussii just made me cry when i was a kid [ in the 50's ] - here i can see why - and keep up the good work - i enjoy the eclectic nature of this blog but wonder how you find the time .....

  10. Hey ms.Envy!
    I think if you want to improve this blog, you should go to the core of this very blog... Im talking about it's source code here...

    Right now I find it very difficult to use this blog!
    Commenting is very tedious task..(impossible to do with iPhone for example) Many times I have been forced to NOT to comment here because this shitty source... fix it and this blog is perfect=)

    Loving your work and this blog.

  11. Noted okkiW - I must sort that sh1t out! Thanks for reminding me. Xx