Now seems like as a good a time as any to go over the state of my little blog and what I I'm planning for the future. This past year has been going really well for projects and I have no sign of crafter's block coming anytime soon. In fact, the complete opposite has happened and I'm drowning in ideas currently and have a bunch of projects ongoing. That said, I made up a bit of a to-do list of the projects, with no set order I'm hoping to complete them in. Some of these have been mentioned before, others haven't.
Saturday, April 25, 2015
It's actually been done for a few days now, but I've been fighting my camera/lighting set up. I had planned on taking photos outside in the natural light, but that went south when the weather turned from nice 60s to frigid 30s out of nowhere. But, the battle was won and I'm now happy with my picture taking endeavors. Without further ado, here is my contribution to the #WAAC 40k Army Raffle, the Ironclad Dreadnought!
Friday, April 24, 2015
The pull of Warhammer 40k has gone from playing video games and a once in awhile need to paint or convert a mini and melded into a full on army build... And I blame the new Adeptus Mechanicus Skitarii faction and Adepticon. These guys are just so cool and have a really neat steampunk vibe going.
Because of them, I have ordered a bunch of the new models, along with the new Codex for the faction. I even went to a local game store and picked up the Warhammer 40k rule book and have been reading up on the rules.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Since the last post, I've gotten more done on the WAAC Ironclad. The greens are all finished and the details are starting!
Thursday, April 9, 2015
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Thursday, April 2, 2015
If you have been reading for awhile, last year I did a week long marathon of posts that I dubbed the Week of Relic Knights. Within, I went over each faction that I had gotten in the Kickstarter, which were Cerci Speed Circuit, Black Diamond, Doctrine and Noh Empire. I added in my thoughts and pictures of each model, post assembly as well.
The #WAAC raffle is gaining a ton of steam! As of this writing, there are 18 different people from across the world volunteering to paint minis for the Salamander Space Marines, with an army list pushing a total of 3500 points!