"After being out of the gaming hobby as a business since 1992, I'm back. I'll be offering some unique model structures that should work well for tabletop miniature gaming. Their main purpose will be to act as a line-of-sight break for many of the rules that are out for the 25-30mm scale range. I'd hope that they could be thought of as more than LoS breaks, however, as tracings of their 'footprint' on the table could be made into 'combat templates' for interior action options. I'd hope also that there is a benefit in just having a well-painted gaming structure to help in the overall 'look' of the table to enhance our enjoyment of a hobby that we all love."
"DCP created resin structures for Ogre in 1992 and 1993. It was a one-man company; modeling, moldmaking, casting, and everything else was done by the incredible Darell Phillips. It eventually became more work than he could handle. The masters and molds now belong to SJ Games."
In 1997 they produced, in conjunction with Darrell C. Phillips, a game called Tactic & Tachyons - Miniature Rules for Starship Combat. For that game, the produced a line of plastic model kits of various starships for the aforementioned game. These kits were referred to as Fleet-On-A-Sheet. Each kit came with three of four ships that could be assembled and painted. They were billed as an affordable alternative to more costly metal gaming miniatures. While designed for the game Tactics and Tachyons, they could be used for any deep space naval game.