Welcome to G-Dogs blog

I'll be posting pictures of my work here things like, painting scenery, and model making, Its a show and tell format so please post your current modeling project as well. If you got a question on how I do things that isnt covered feel free to ask.
My Fav, tabletop gaming is Flames of War, Pulp Fiction, and War at sea, AT-43 and Im a big terrain making fan. and of course Model Railroading...

We also plan and run gaming events and will post picture's of that as well .

After reading the comic "Lost Squad" I wanted to paint and model them in 28mm for some pulp fiction gaming.Ive picked some figures from Artizan design and Bolt action and have started painting them up.Some bad guys and scenery will follow.Ive also asked some talented friends to join me so any thing about painting figures and modeling is welcome here.
Gordon aka G-Dog

Something New for 2008/9 is the pod-cast with talk music and hobby news take a chance and give it a listen see link to the ATOMIC LOUNGE with me G-Dog!

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Rat Patrol Radio listen and paint!

This is great to model and paint by try it some time,

Welcome to the new home of Rat Patrol Radio! Rat Patrol Radio- Wartime Tunes! is a webcasting radio station hosted on the Live 365 network. We specialize in Big Band and Swing music, and authentic WWII radio shows and news excerpts. We literally scour the globe to find rare tracks to bring to you, our listeners. Groove to the beat of little-known but hard-swinging service bands like the Squadronaires and the Blue Rockets, in addition to famous favorites such as Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, and the Dorseys. Listen as FDR proclaims a "Day of Infamy" and Churchill lauds the RAF in "their Finest Hour." We have bond drives by Tommy Dorsey and Bing crooning in the ol' Kraft Music Hall. We even have message boards where you can discuss swing music, old time radio, and your favorite WWII tunes. So tune in, sit back, and be transported back to those times when "The Greatest Generation" fought to save the world in the greatest conflict ever known.

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