In all seriousness he is a briilliant painter and his painting has settled many arguments in my favour with others over this product. He does post also on the Guild Forum as well and that City wall he is building has to be seen to be believed. I don't think he has posted a thread with it on here yet.
I am quite sure its the same Phil ! Can't be too many Phils that are nuts on Romans surely!
Yes, it's me. Guy (the editor of WS&S) is an old mate, so he twisted my arm to write the odd article. They've published two so far (both on t'dip - in #57 and #59), there are another one or two waiting, and I'm just starting work on another.
I haven't posted about the walls here, because I've been associating them, in my mind, with my third century project, which uses figures from A&A, Wargames Design Studio and Aventine Miniatores, rather than EIR from Warlord... But there's no reason why I couldn't use them for Romans from the earlier era... Other than the lack of opponents in the East skilled in siege-craft (neither Jews nor Parthians seem to have gone in for it much) before the Sassanids.