I've been a wargamer since 1970, when I was twelve. That year Airfix released their Waterloo era 1/72nd plastic figures, and the film 'Waterloo' came out. It became instantly clear that I could no longer live with the unpainted, mostly khaki and grey plastic figures that had fought World Wars One and Two over my parents' living room carpet. I had to paint these figures in full colour!
So my father and I bought some paint and brushes, and I started. I rather imagined that I'd get three boxes fo figures painted in one afternoon. I was wrong, of course, and the results were pretty questionable. But , all the same, I had a new hobby. I've been at it ever since.
I am willing to wear a gorilla suit, but refuse to work with mimes under an circumstances. I do all my own stunts.
"BRUSHES WITH DANGER!" is the name of my one man figure painting/custom scenery operation. I'm not as good as those fantastic German painters, but I charge about a third of what they do. I'm not as cheap as those Sri Lankan painters, but I won't paint your WWII Russians in lime green, either. I generally know how things ought to look, and if I don't, I know how to research. I'll get your stuff back to you in 6 -8 weeks unless I tell you otherwise.
I have a stable of regular customers who keep coming back to me, but I always have room for one or two more. I don't mind where you live -- I know how to pack a parcel safely, and send it in a sensible, keep-the-cost-down way.
If you are interested in scenery, buildings or nicely painted figures, contact me via Displaced Miniatures or at email@example.com. I don't think you'll regret it.