Has it really been six months since I last did one of these? I certainly missed writing them as I find battle reports to be one of the most gratifying parts of the hobby. It is where you see all your hard hobby work come together. For this report, I’m playing Maggot’s Farm from the … Continue reading Maggot’s Farm MESBG Battle Report
It took a lot longer than I hoped but I finally have what I need to play a new scenario in MESBG. Unfortunately, I ran into more warping issues with the previously completed version of Maggot’s crop so I ended up pitching it. Instead, I got some crops from my favorite MDF supplier, Charlie Foxtrot … Continue reading Farmer Maggot’s Crops Done (For Real This Time)
I have quite a bit on my mind so this post might be a longer one than usual. Obviously, the world is kind of falling apart at the moment (or certainly the United States is) and while I’ve seen many people celebrating the extra hobby time (which I have been enjoying as well), it is … Continue reading Trees for Scouring of the Shire
While I mostly focused this week on painting another Ruffian and making progress on Theoden’s sword, I only want to show off my first finished Shire terrain piece because I’m fairly happy with how it turned out and of the photos I recently took. I didn’t do a ton of work on Maggot’s crops since … Continue reading Maggot’s Crop Done and Dusted
I have a quick update this week and something that is fairly unusual, an actual WIP instead of something that is finished! My order arrived from Poland and what is was it, you ask? It is none other than a scarecrow set which you need for Farmer Maggot’s scenario! I got it from Hexy (though … Continue reading Into Farmer Maggot’s Crop
Welcome to 2020! I have some cool project updates to share but I thought it was worth taking a moment and discussing some plans I have for the new year as well. First up, I’m very much dedicated to playing MESBG scenarios this year. I don’t have too far to go until my next one … Continue reading For the Shire!
I have been hard at work and enjoying my painting since my post last week. I’ve been focusing on getting stuff done and not worrying if every little thing doesn’t come out perfectly. It can be liberating to paint in this way and I’m sure that is why I’ve been enjoying painting a lot lately. … Continue reading A Visit to Farmer Maggot’s Farm