Hello everyone, my apologies for the absence. It was an unexpected and unwanted sabbatical unfortunately. Almost a month ago, the electricity went out in my apartment and apparently it knocked out the motherboard in my computer too. In a further twist of bad luck, Chicago was hit with rioting like many other cities in the … Continue reading Scibor Project Finished and 40k Started
I had intended to discuss my experience with Scibor in my previous post but found it was easier to make the topic of its own post. This week, I have the time and space to really delve into it so let’s talk about my experience painting them and look at some past projects and what … Continue reading In Pursuit of Scibor Dwarven Glory
I can’t explain it but I do really love painting minis in the fantasy genre. I don’t necessarily read tons of fantasy books but if you give me a high quality sculpt of an elf or dwarf, I’ll probably enjoy painting it more often than not. Today’s post is unusual because I have two things … Continue reading The Joys of Painting Fantasy Minis
Another week, another battle report! It is kind of cliche for me to say this at this point but I was once again excited to play out this scenario and I was somewhat confident that it would be more fun the previous one. What makes Guard the Crossing exciting is that it is a bit … Continue reading Guard the Crossing – Hobbit SBG Battle Report
I have been painting several things recently and making good progress until disaster struck. I had half of the terrain in the Escape From Goblin Town Set painted up and ready to be varnished and when a relatively cool morning presented itself I jumped at the chance to do so. Unfortunately, I oversprayed the terrain … Continue reading Painting Delays and Gloin Joins the Fray!
As promised in my last update, I have some more painting progress to share with you. To my surprise, I found myself working on my first member of Thorin’s Company! To help me paint Fili, I found a great guide on the Tale of Painters Blog that I can recommend if you’re stumped as to … Continue reading Thorin’s Company Forms