For me it was more or less a hobby to make this kind of paperwork. I could combine my profession as a graphic designer / packaging draftsman with my hobby re-enactment / living history. Over the years, many fellow reenactors told me to do more with my repro paperwork. Paul Woodadge had stopped making his and the demand was growing. They said my paperwork was high quality and I could turn it into a business. This is because there are not many people who make high quality repro paperwork.
In March 2011, I decided to create a Facebook page, which I called Atlas Repro Paperwork. This was the beginning of my small paperwork business. But it took me a year to actually post on that page and connect with friends on Facebook. In October 2012 I started this website. If you would like to link to my website from your own website, or click the facebook like button to tell your friends about Atlas Repro Paperwork, I would be very grateful.