Thursday, 10 November 2011

R.I.P Bowerhouse magazine

Shame to have to type this, but i'm afraid the printed version of Bowerhouse is no more.
Martin has taken the decision to move into electronic publishing for the title and, of course, i wish him all the very best with it.
Personally, i'm gutted the physical copy has ended as it was the frustration of buying a magazine solely for an article with Martin, only to feel cheated that the paltry few pages given over to him would only roughly go into the model making processes he used for certain projects.
And it was that frustration, and a desire to see the magazine i always wanted, that gave me the initial idea of Bowerhouse and started the ball rolling.
There's no room for any of us original bods in this new incarnation the publication is taking, so i wave me hanky as it sets sail for new territories.
All the best Bowerhouse.


The Angry Lurker said...

Never heard of it but RIP to the printed form of another magazine.

Blitzspear said...

You may never of heard of it but i'm certain you have seen some of his creations on the small and big screen. Massive shame Martins decided on this but hope it goes well for him. Not a massive fan of elecronic mags myself, and the comps cancelled too :(


Mangamax said...

Yep - if you've seen "Alien", "Space 1999", "Flash Gordon", "Outland", "Blakes 7", mid 80's "Doctor Who", bought the "Thunderbirds" and "Singray" comics of the 90's, you'll have certainly seen his modelwork. Blitz - the comp may well have not been cancelled...

Mr Lonely said...

nice blog~ walking here with a smile. take care.. have a nice day ~ =D

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