Flying Boat!

My buddy Aaron over at Morrell3DPrints ( ) designed this flying ship at my request, and Ali at FusionForge3DPrinting ( ) printed it in record time for a very reasonable price. All I did was paint it, hah!. A new experience for me but a very pleasant one – both are people I’d highly recommend!

Here’s a few more shots of some work I did over the weekend, too, for those of you following along at home.  Stay safe everyone!

Happy painting,



April 2020

Here’s what Old Rogue is doing to help with CV19 –


*Staying inside

*Painting your stuff

End of list.  I’m already a homebody, and while my spouse is climbing the walls I just sit here with my paintbrushes and think, “Isn’t it nice and quiet for a change?”  In seriousness I hope you’re all safe and sound, and hopefully in good spirits.

Along with commission work – of which there has been plenty, thank you all as always for being so generous with your patronage! – I’ve been painting up models for FusionForge 3D Printing at – Ali, the owner, is a fabulous, hardworking and honest gentleman who has me working on Lost Kindgoms’ models right now.  They’re for sale painted or unpainted at his website, for lower than my usual prices.  Feel free to take a look!

And here are photos, yes, yes, I know it’s what you all show up for.  Take care and stay safe!

Happy painting,



CaptainCon! Terrain Photographs!

Good morning everyone! Old Rogue is travelling to CaptainCon in Warwick, RI this weekend!  We’ll be there around eight in the morning this Friday the 7th, and stick around all through Sunday.  If you have models you’d like painted or would just like to stop by and chat, please feel free to stop by.


Also, since I know folks will doubtless be hungry for pictures – some pictures!  Mostly of the terrain done up for Fusion Forge, though there’s loads more in the works – including things that aren’t terrain!  Ali and Shanan will be there with FusionForge 3D Printing across the way from us at CaptainCon, but I’m not sure I can say whether they’ll have a ton of new and exciting stuff with them or not   I might not be allowed.




Happy painting,






Fusion Forge 3D Printing Work

*war 75179901_865978057138744_8938458775614914560_ndrums in the distance*

If you like pina coladas, and also model miniature wargaming terrain, WATCH THIS SPACE. Fusion Forge 3D Printing has very graciously asked me to paint an example piece from their (frankly) very wide-ranging and high quality library. I’ll be posting pieces of this over the next few weeks almost every day. When their website goes live I’ll also be posting that a bunch – should be live at the end of next week. They’re a lovely husband and wife team, ex-military and very professional.  I’ll post things here as they’re finished – tomorrow is a priming day for all this and then it’ll hopefully be at least a piece or two a day.  So excited!!


Happy painting,

A Few Quick Photographs!

Hi there everyone! I wanted to post a few pictures of what I’ve been working on recently – a small assortment, really, since I’ve been working on a large terrain project for a very local client, and he just walks to the studio rather than request photos.   Hope you enjoy!


Happy painting,



Heads Up!

A very quick post – did these up this evening and really liked the look of them.  I bought these from Fusion Forge 3D Printing over at Armorcon in Framingham last month and just got paint on them today.  Highly recommended. Check them out at – website’s almost live!

Happy painting,



A Quick Note

If you’re ever unsatisfied with my work, in any way,  I will do anything in my power to make sure you get models done up to what you want, within the standard paid for.  Please understand that I am not painting Golden Demon, award-winning models here.  The goal is to get your stuff looking good so you can play with it on the tabletop. As the hundreds of photographs on this website show, my tabletop quality is above the usual.  If you’re unsatisfied with color scheme, or anything like that, I’m happy to take the models back and work on them until you are satisfied.


What I will not do is paint your models up to a 9 or 10 standard on a 7 or 8 commission rate.  Please don’t try this as going forward I will no longer refund your money based on this juvenile stunt.  This is my full-time work – I have to defend my name and my business.  To everyone who’s supported me in the last five years of this, I thank you.  For the people who inexplicably try to drag my name through the mud, you might want to take a look at who you are and decide if that’s the kind of person you really want to be.

Happy Painting,

Adam Stilgoe

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