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WhiterookMember Since Feb 15 2008
Offline Last Active 31 Jan 2017 08:17 PM
Thanks Chris! Yeah, I've been real MIA here of late. Work has been extremely busy and working on two miniatures wargames at the moment...both taking a lot of my time. Ho...
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- Age 57 years old
- Birthday March 13, 1960
East Coast, USA
Wargaming and game design are my most passionate hobby, followed by: Modeling, playing guitar, writing, reading, and bicycling. I'm a huge Sci-Fi fan and like old movies, especially Basil Rathbone "Shelock Holmes" movies. I am a Fine Artist, working primarily in oils, but also work in watercolor, pen&ink, colored pencil and graphite, and sometime pastel. I taught sculpture at a community college for a time, but it's not really my gig. I'm a musician, (drummer), taught Drum & Bugle Corps (Percusiion Caption Head), writing my own charts, teaching both small corps as well as touring extensively with International-level corps in DCI.
East Coast, USA
Fine Artist; World War II buff; Wargamer; Modeling; Musician
I'm married to the most amazing woman, who puts up with all my hobbies and quirks. The greatestcat in the world. I'm a Fine Artist (Oils, Watercolor, Pen&Ink/Graphite), but put bread on the table crouched in a cubicle. I'm a musician; taught Drum & Bugle Corps percussion (Caption Head) for 17 years ('84-'00), and now am self teaching myself guitar. I've been wargaming since the 80's, and playing boardgames back to the '60's. My Dad was in the Canadian Army in WWII, and the catalyst for my interest in Military History.