Todays Date: Content.
September 08, 2007: Thanks to Dan Arteaga of Arteaga Design Studios,
the re-design of Mr. Tin's Workshop v8.0 is now completed. Too many things have been
or improved to be listed here. Anyone interested in contacting Mr. Arteaga or viewing
his design work vist his at Arteaga Design Studios.
March 16, 2003: Mr. Tin's Workshop Ver 7.0 is now completed.
I've got a sharp new logo and new galleries - Epic 40k, Warhammer
Fantasy and 100 Kingdoms. I also finally got some pictures of
the Balrog up in the shadow LOTR gallery.
November 25, 2002: The final switch to my new ISP has
just been completed. I've expanded and changed many, many galleries
and the workshop now has 30 megs of storage space to grow into.
Much work remains to be done until I'm satisfied with Mr. Tin's
Workshop Ver. 6.0.
March 16, 2002: Added the remainder of the shadow minions
to the 2nd LOTR gallery. Removed Black Templar space marines from
the showcase gallery - replaced them with Ork "Burning Moon"
March 15, 2002: Split the LOTR gallery into two seperate
sections - a free peoples and a shadow gallery. Added new elves:
Galadriel, Celeborn, Gilgalad and Haldir. Removed the Warhammer
fantasy gallery and the spaceship gallery to free-up more room
for the LOTR expansion.
February 09, 2002: Updated the LOTR gallery to include
recently completed models - Bilbo baggins, mounted Nazgul and
Gawhir the wind lord. Added two new items to the converted figures
gallery: an Ork battlewagon made from a Tonka truck and a Black
Templar champion being converted to chaos spawn.
December 29, 2001: Added a new gallery to the sci-fi
/ fantasy section to show the brand-new Lord of the Rings miniatures.
Also added a new converted miniatures gallery to the current projects
gallery to show models I've heavily modified - like an Iyaden
warlock on a jetbike.
September 25, 2001: My ISP changed again and Mr. Tin's
Workshop is now at version 5.0. I've added pictures of cavalry
figures in the painting tip section to demonstrate the final results
of my horse-painting methods.
April 26, 2001: Added a new gallery to the sci-fi /
fantasy section to display some brand-new Battletech mechs plus
I updated both the current and showcased galleries to show other
recently finished projects.
March 02, 2001: Woohoooo! Finally I've got the extra
storage space required to bring my website back to it's pre-server
switch size - plus 2 mg more than before to grow into.
February 26, 2001: Mr Tin's Workshop is back! Version
3.0 is a truncated, much reduced shadow of it's former self. In
order to get beneath the 5mg limit my ISP imposes on personal
websites, I had to cut over1 mg of pictures out of the site. For
February 14, 2001: My ISP switches to a new server and
the website goes off-line. Happy freakin' Valentine's Day to me!
January 23, 2001: Added a new gallery to show some of
my scratch-built toys and updated the current painting gallery
to show new work. Updated several sub-pages in the "Soapbox"
November 22, 2000: Added the first battle report for
a colonial-WW I game and maps to the reports section of 'My Stuff'.
November 21, 2000: Redesigned the painting tip section
to allow better access to the text files. Broke the Soapbox section
into four parts and moved it to its own menu.
November, 2000: Many small changes, too numerous to
list in detail. A Guestbook is added and made to function. The
"My stuff" section is added to describe the rules I
designed, games I play, battle reports, personal opinions and
wanted / for sale lists.
October 21, 2000: Mr. Tin's Workshop 2.0 goes on-line.
This time I seemed to have got it much cleaner and the pictures
loading much faster. There was much rejoicing among the multitudes.
At least I was pleased.
October 14, 2000: Mr. Tin's Workshop 1.0 goes on-line.
It promptly needs to be rebuilt and reconstructed due to obvious
design flaws. There was much wailing, rending of clothing and
gnashing of teeth.