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Hands for scale

Stonehenge. The hole in Stone 54, Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge. Working lines made by stone mauls, Stone 54, Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge. The lintel, Stone 154, Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge. The transverse working lines on Stone 54, Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge. The dagger on Stone 53, Trilithon Two, Stonehenge with a 12 inch ruler for scale.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge. Examine the modern graffiti on S53. The 18th-century IOH:LVD:D∑ F∑RR∑ is at eye-level. See the stone axes and dagger carved maybe 1000 years after the stones went up.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Man for scale

Stonehenge. The gap between Stone 53 and 54, Trilithon Two. I'm too big to squeeze through, maybe I could if I really, really forced myself with bare chest.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge. The angle of lean, Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge. Inside view, Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge. Corner East, Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge. Corner West, Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge, Trilithon Two from outside showing the hammerstone ridges on Stone 53.

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I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Production

Bottom right, on the side of 'fatty' Stone 54 are the transverse working lines. Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

Prototype pix – rusted

The rusted patina of these models brings out the details of the working lines carved with stone mauls as well as the rotting holes caused by millennia of rain. Fingers for scale. 76th scale Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.Bottom right, on the side of ‘fatty’ Stone 54 are the transverse working...

The large 'T' on the bottom left of the picture on 'fatty' Stone 54 are working lines - they're around 6 foot off the ground. Between them, running near horizontally are finer parallel working lines around 6 inches apart. On 'skinny' the thinner Stone 53, in the centre, is a vertical rib, another working line, hammered with stone mauls.

Prototype pix – rusted

The rusted patina of these models brings out the details of the working lines carved with stone mauls as well as the rotting holes caused by millennia of rain. Fingers for scale. 76th scale Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.Bottom right, on the side of ‘fatty’ Stone 54 are the transverse working...

The polished faces on the inside of Trilithon Two. 'Skinny' on the left, Stone 53 has the line of 18th Century graffiti at eyeline height, below which and central are the easily seen dagger and axe and running diagonally are the quartz veins. Who knows if the flaws in the vuggy sarsen stone were present in some way when the builders erected the stones.

Prototype pix – rusted

The rusted patina of these models brings out the details of the working lines carved with stone mauls as well as the rotting holes caused by millennia of rain. Fingers for scale. 76th scale Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.Bottom right, on the side of ‘fatty’ Stone 54 are the transverse working...

Bottom right, on the side of 'fatty' Stone 54 are the transverse working lines.

Prototype pix – rusted

The rusted patina of these models brings out the details of the working lines carved with stone mauls as well as the rotting holes caused by millennia of rain. Fingers for scale. 76th scale Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.Bottom right, on the side of ‘fatty’ Stone 54 are the transverse working...

Fingers for scale. 76th scale Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.

Prototype pix – rusted

The rusted patina of these models brings out the details of the working lines carved with stone mauls as well as the rotting holes caused by millennia of rain. Fingers for scale. 76th scale Trilithon Two, Stonehenge.Bottom right, on the side of ‘fatty’ Stone 54 are the transverse working...

TRilithon Two in iron

Prototype pix – iron

Cold cast in raw and unblemished iron at 76th scale, these prototype models display the extraordinary details of the carving made by the builders. See the very large and small working lines and the polished faces. From the back. Why did they leave the back so rough? Obviously, it takes a lot of...

Trilithon Two in iron

Prototype pix – iron

Cold cast in raw and unblemished iron at 76th scale, these prototype models display the extraordinary details of the carving made by the builders. See the very large and small working lines and the polished faces. From the back. Why did they leave the back so rough? Obviously, it takes a lot of...

Trilithon Two in iron

Prototype pix – iron

Cold cast in raw and unblemished iron at 76th scale, these prototype models display the extraordinary details of the carving made by the builders. See the very large and small working lines and the polished faces. From the back. Why did they leave the back so rough? Obviously, it takes a lot of...

The 'nose' on 'skinny' Stone 53 is a rib from the working of the stone, it's continued at the very top (more visible in the final version - these photos are of a prototype.

Prototype pix – iron

Cold cast in raw and unblemished iron at 76th scale, these prototype models display the extraordinary details of the carving made by the builders. See the very large and small working lines and the polished faces. From the back. Why did they leave the back so rough? Obviously, it takes a lot of...

Inside Trilithon Two with the polished faces. The line of 18th-century graffiti is about eye level, just below are the dagger and axes. Carved, it is believed, around 3,800 - 3,500 years ago. Around the same time that most of the burial mounds in the local area went up.

Prototype pix – iron

Cold cast in raw and unblemished iron at 76th scale, these prototype models display the extraordinary details of the carving made by the builders. See the very large and small working lines and the polished faces. From the back. Why did they leave the back so rough? Obviously, it takes a lot of...

Duplicator 7 in bits with a Nano Zero Stepper

Printer down

Currently, I’m adding a newer Nano Zero Stepper to my second printer. I’ve had problems with a new chip on the board, needed newer software, which was buggy and now fixed. But it seems I have a shorting problem. The NZS is shorting and crashing the printer’s RAMPS board. I’ve got to rewire, re...

Stonehenge sticks and stones

View from a tethered Royal Engineers balloon in the summer of 1906. The twist in the trilithon Stones 6 and 7 on the left and the nearly fallen septlithon at the bottom of the photographs are obvious. As is the growing twist in Trilithon Two. Over on the right of this aerial view are the fallen Trilithon Four (fell backward in 1797) and the trilithon of the outer ring, the fallen Stone 22 and its lintel – which broke into two parts after falling forward onto T4’s lintel.

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge wobbly stones 1, 2 and 29, 30

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge Stones 29, 30 and stones 1 and 2 looking toward the friars heel stone

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge Stones 6 and 7 propped up with sticks

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

South west view of Stonehenge with propped up stones

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Sheep and sticks at Stonehenge

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge custodian’s hut with propped stones

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Canadians 10th (Alberta) Battalion 1914-15 marching past Stonehenge

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge: after the straightening of stone 56 with stone 6 and 7 propped

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge: after the straightening of stone 56 with stone 6 and 7 propped (another view)

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Renders of Stonehenge

Stonehenge model 76th scale with smooth base

76 and 35th scale models of Stonehenge

Absolute perfect, hyper detailed, 3d models of Stonehenge stone circle. Two sizes, in cold cast iron, a light rust patina on a plain base.

Stonehenge winter solstice sunset 35th scale

76 and 35th scale models of Stonehenge

Absolute perfect, hyper detailed, 3d models of Stonehenge stone circle. Two sizes, in cold cast iron, a light rust patina on a plain base.

Stonehenge model smooth base 35th scale

76 and 35th scale models of Stonehenge

Absolute perfect, hyper detailed, 3d models of Stonehenge stone circle. Two sizes, in cold cast iron, a light rust patina on a plain base.

Stonehenge summer solstice sunrise 76th scale

76 and 35th scale models of Stonehenge

Absolute perfect, hyper detailed, 3d models of Stonehenge stone circle. Two sizes, in cold cast iron, a light rust patina on a plain base.

Product shots

Long, long ago Merlin built Stonehenge using giants. Here is the clear photographic evidence. ‘The camera never lies.’ #Stonehenge #trilithons

Stonehenge. Built by giants. Photographic proof.

Long, long ago Merlin built Stonehenge using giants. Here is the clear photographic evidence. 'The camera never lies.' Stirred with some witches' spit.

Not Spinal Tap. A fake photo with fingers for scale and grass to mess with the mind. Trilithon Two, Stonehenge 76th scale rusted iron patina.

Not Spinal Tap

Making a fake picture of the Trilithon Two prototype, with fingers for scale, on grass.

Trilithon Two, in my hand. Sign up for perfect models of Stonehenge.

Buy perfect models of Stonehenge - handmade

I’m making a full set of sub micro-millimetre accurate models of Stonehenge, initially in four sizes. 1000th scale (39mm/1.5″ square) 200th scale (19.5cm/7.7″ square) 76th scale for coffee tables (51cm/20.2″ square) 35th scales for large dining tables (111cm/43.75″ square) For the first time...

Stonehenge Stones

Stone 28, Stonehenge, low rez. Possibly at Stonehenge, before it was Stonehenge.

Possible reasons for placement of Stonehenge

We already know that The Avenue is truly ancient, stripes in the underlying rock which align in places on the solstice axis. How they were made is disputed. But it doesn’t matter, they were there long before man walked the then tree-covered area. Lidar scan of Stonehenge showing The AvenueIt’s...

Stone 16, Stonehenge, possibly already at Stonehenge, before it was Stonehenge

Possible reasons for placement of Stonehenge

We already know that The Avenue is truly ancient, stripes in the underlying rock which align in places on the solstice axis. How they were made is disputed. But it doesn’t matter, they were there long before man walked the then tree-covered area. Lidar scan of Stonehenge showing The AvenueIt’s...

Stonehenge solstice

Two geezers saying goodbye to a friend, scattering his ashes below The Heel Stone

Possible reasons for placement of Stonehenge

We already know that The Avenue is truly ancient, stripes in the underlying rock which align in places on the solstice axis. How they were made is disputed. But it doesn’t matter, they were there long before man walked the then tree-covered area. Lidar scan of Stonehenge showing The AvenueIt’s...

Stonehenge

Lidar scan of Stonehenge showing The Avenue

Possible reasons for placement of Stonehenge

We already know that The Avenue is truly ancient, stripes in the underlying rock which align in places on the solstice axis. How they were made is disputed. But it doesn’t matter, they were there long before man walked the then tree-covered area. Lidar scan of Stonehenge showing The AvenueIt’s...

Stonehenge model 76th scale with smooth base

76 and 35th scale models of Stonehenge

Absolute perfect, hyper detailed, 3d models of Stonehenge stone circle. Two sizes, in cold cast iron, a light rust patina on a plain base.

Stonehenge winter solstice sunset 35th scale

76 and 35th scale models of Stonehenge

Absolute perfect, hyper detailed, 3d models of Stonehenge stone circle. Two sizes, in cold cast iron, a light rust patina on a plain base.

Stonehenge model smooth base 35th scale

76 and 35th scale models of Stonehenge

Absolute perfect, hyper detailed, 3d models of Stonehenge stone circle. Two sizes, in cold cast iron, a light rust patina on a plain base.

Stonehenge summer solstice sunrise 76th scale

76 and 35th scale models of Stonehenge

Absolute perfect, hyper detailed, 3d models of Stonehenge stone circle. Two sizes, in cold cast iron, a light rust patina on a plain base.

View from a tethered Royal Engineers balloon in the summer of 1906. The twist in the trilithon Stones 6 and 7 on the left and the nearly fallen septlithon at the bottom of the photographs are obvious. As is the growing twist in Trilithon Two. Over on the right of this aerial view are the fallen Trilithon Four (fell backward in 1797) and the trilithon of the outer ring, the fallen Stone 22 and its lintel – which broke into two parts after falling forward onto T4’s lintel.

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge wobbly stones 1, 2 and 29, 30

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge Stones 29, 30 and stones 1 and 2 looking toward the friars heel stone

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge Stones 6 and 7 propped up with sticks

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

South west view of Stonehenge with propped up stones

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Sheep and sticks at Stonehenge

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge custodian’s hut with propped stones

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Canadians 10th (Alberta) Battalion 1914-15 marching past Stonehenge

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge: after the straightening of stone 56 with stone 6 and 7 propped

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Stonehenge: after the straightening of stone 56 with stone 6 and 7 propped (another view)

Sticks and stones

One of the completed models I am to make is of the present view, naturally. But also two versions when it was in ‘disrepair.’ One before the 1901 straightening of Stone 56 and another version around 1902 when long wooden props were placed around the outer circle. Untouched, but supported Prior...

Long, long ago Merlin built Stonehenge using giants. Here is the clear photographic evidence. ‘The camera never lies.’ #Stonehenge #trilithons

Stonehenge. Built by giants. Photographic proof.

Long, long ago Merlin built Stonehenge using giants. Here is the clear photographic evidence. 'The camera never lies.' Stirred with some witches' spit.