Thursday, October 18, 2018

Let's Paint- Takata: Part Two

Takata continues!

In this one, we continue on the armor plating of the head and face.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Wizardry in Progress 10/16/18

It's been a busy week over here and I've been hard at work making terrain and trying to sort out the amount of table coverage I have for U-Con 2018. I've gathered up all my terrain from the game shop, based my pipe kits and started building new pieces.

There's much to get done for next month. Let's take a look at what I have done so far.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Let's Paint: Takata - Part One

Alright! Its time for a new Let's Paint series and this one is for Takata from MidKnight Heroes, a newish Chibi miniatures company. They just recently funded a 4th round of models for their company, which is currently in production and this fella is from one of the previous ones.

This is the first video in a series of seven! Stay tuned each Thursday for new episodes.

He's a neat little ninja dude with a ton of katanas, let's check him out!

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Wizardry in Progress 10/10/18

Hey all, it was a light week over here, as I mostly only painted the Terminator Captain on Monday. But he's nearly finished now, with just his head and a few details left to go. He should be finished tonight!

Let's take a look.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Let's Paint: C'thulhu - Part Two

Alrighty! Let's finish up C'thulhu!

Other than the insane drying time I had to deal with while painting him without my hair dryer, he still came together really quickly. I feel that is partly because of the nature of the model. Thanks to the sponge painting I was able to get solid skin mottling done easily and quickly.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Wizardry in Progress 10/3/18

It's time for the the weekly recap that is Wizardry in Progress. This week I finished assembling my Kill Team models in preperation for the league that is starting up at my local shop. I also finished painting the red armor on the Blood Angels Terminator Captain.

Another thing that I did this week was build a spreadsheet for my Kill Team Roster, so I can keep track of my team members and their progress without having to constantly print off new pages when one thing was updated.

Let's take a look!