I loved working for Games Workshop. This was the first programme that I made for them. They were always open to new ideas about how to film and present things. For them I developed Turntable Spin Video using my old Dais (Nottingham Analogue Record player) without the tonearm or drive belt, and my old faithful smoke machine. It helps that Games Workshops: A character like Rick Priestly with a unique sense of humour, has Giant (4m high) Space Marines, realistically scaled Blood Angles (as seen behind Jes Goodwin the Tank Designer) and a fully operational Dwarf Bar (suitably scaled to make a Dwarf of anyone) which was the location for Rick’s presentation.