Game: The Last Stand


The Last Stand series is an action/defence game set in the zombie apocolypse. Blending basic strategy, action and defence game elements.

A great infection has fallen upon the earth. What few survivors made it through the initial chaos of the first few weeks are scattered across the country. The extent of the damage is unknown, all those that survived know is that they must escape.

Survive the night fighting off zombies from your barricade. Survive longer than a day by making use of the daylight hours effectively by:

- Repairing your barricade
- Searching for weapons
- Looking for other survivors to help repair, search and defend the barricade.

- 20 Days & Nights of Gameplay
- 11 different weapons
- 3500+ random zombie appearances

This Game is made by ConArtists


Solar, With Lyrics

Solar, by Goldfrapp. Read about the making of this video here.


Steampunk Dalek

Before you ask, no, it isn't a working model.

The main body is made from a plastic Dalek bubble-bath bottle I bought very cheaply at Woolworth's in the post-Christmas sales. At the time I had no idea what I could use it for, but it looked too cool to pass up. I disassembled it and spray-painted the parts with a can of gold Plastikote paint after masking off the two silver arms on the front. The wheels, cylinders, chimney stack, and 'bumpers' came from a rather tacky brass model of Stephenson's Rocket I bought for £5 at a car boot sale. The brass brush on the end of the gun is the head of a rotary wire brush attachment that came with a mini-drill set. The pressure gauge, dome, whistle, safety valve, water level gauge, and valve are all bits and pieces I had lying around the workshop (I used to be into model engineering). All the brass parts were painstakingly cleaned and polished with Scotchbrite, Autosol, and Brasso. It is held together with a combination of screws, hot melt glue, and cyanoacrylate glue. I left the plastic bottle inside the body because the neck acts as the turret bearing - I haven't opened it so it must still be full of bubble-bath!

Steam Wars

If the story of Star Wars had been set in World War II, these would be the action figures sold to support the movies. This set of action figures was customized by Sillof. Yes, he could’ve cheated and substituted Indiana Jones for Han Solo, but he didn’t.

More screenshots in Sillof's Website. Check out other collections as well.