Time for a Break

Due to other commitments and life in general I have decided to have an extended break and will not be taking any new orders.

Making bases has been a rewarding activity especially when I see so many of my products on the competition tables. Having said that, I have come to a point where its time to slow down and focus on other things.

This is not the end of BASE44 and we hope to return at some time in the future, but for now its time to say goodbye, and to thank you all for your orders and enquiries.

Here are a few samples of completed builds, and is really a celebration of how timber can enhance a model and bring a project to life.

BASE44 began back in 2008 with this project featuring a Redgum base.

The kit is the old 1/35 Italeri Bergepanther with scratch interior, and

years before the Takom kit was released!

My last diorama built in 2017 using the 1/35 HobbyBoss VK1602 Leopard

and a little fun with the ground work.

A 2019 build of a British Mk IV in Freikorps markings, built by my good mate

Martin Reid on a really nice piece of Jarrah.

The Japanese Shokaku in 1/350 scale completed by Ian Keizers (2018/19)

and a massive 5kg Jarrah base.