Saturday, 30 August 2014


I decided to make few sculptures based on some more recognizable firearms and was immediately drawn to a few classic WW2 guns like the Thomson. 

Based on the infamous "Tommy Gun" this weapon was produced in larger numbers to equip the Palaziun general infantry, it proved extremely reliable and was used right to the end of the conflict.

Dimensions: 900mm (90cm) x 260mm (26cm)

Monday, 25 August 2014


Earlier this month I attended the the Penrith Gun Show to display some of my gun sculptures and weapons for the first time.  It was a great weekend, I met many enthusiastic people who loved what I have done, which was encouraging.
The first question most asked was, do I have a website? The answer at the time was no so I decided to create this blog so folks can see more of what I do.
I hope you enjoy whats on here so far and as time permits I'll add more.
Any feedback you have will always be appreciated.
Cheers Chris.   

Sunday, 24 August 2014


This gun sculpture was my first project.

Used in the early days of the Braxiun wars this particular weapon was responsible for many of the first victories the Pelazians had against the Ryzan warlords, simple in its design but with long range target options it was popular with battle hardened veterans who towards the end of the conflict still made it their weapon of choice. 

Dimensions: 950mm ( 95 cm) x 250mm (25cm)

Saturday, 23 August 2014


A design in which I first used lighting to create a working effect.

A popular weapon during battles where the pelazian troops were greatly out numbered by enemy forces. The tri-beam configuration aided in taking out multiple ryzan targets when fired. However, the rifles large size did make it difficult for some soldiers to use.     

Dimensions: 900mm (90cm) x 300mm (30cm)


A project I was asked to do by a group of War hammer enthusiasts, materials are aluminium and timber.

Dimensions: 400mm (40cm) x 315mm (31.5cm)