Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Wizardry in Progress 3/28/18

Adepticon is over and great times were had by all. After nearly a week of no hobby, it is time to get back on the hobby train and knock out new projects.

I'm excited to see fresh things that aren't my Adeptus Mechanicus for a while. Though I am not abandoning my army for new things, I did learn a lot about them and how they play. I now know where my weaknesses are in the list and in my play style. In time, I'll make additions to the list and try to make them better.

Anyway, its time for Wizardry in Progress. This week I started working on a terrain commission for my FLGS. It'll be a fairly quick tabletop paint job, But it should be fun.

Let's take a look.

Monday, March 26, 2018

Miniature Monday: Blood Bowl: The Waaaghington Cleavers

It's time for the second half of the Blood Bowl box set, the Orcs.

I named these guys the Waaaghington Cleavers (which is so much easier to pronounce now that I know the first G is silent). Their colors are a nice bright yellow with checkers, and they ended up looking excellent!

Again, like the Tri-City Sentinels post, this one is more of a showcase than anything. Its been so long since I painted these, that I can't remember a lot of the details.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Wizardry in Progress 3/21/18

Heeey, its the last Wednesday before Adepticon! The time crunch kicked in something fierce this week as I had to knock out my display board and I realized that I screwed up my army list and needed two new Ranger models to make my army match my list.

Did I get it finished? Let's find out!

Monday, March 19, 2018

Miniature Monday - Black Kastelan Robot

The second robot to be finished, the black one was a blast to work on and I learned a lot from it, one of which was that I apparently have painting black figured out. Before I painted this fella, I dreaded painting black, and never seemed to be able to get it really figured out.

This one was also the first robot with one of the recast heads on him, this one being the red eyed one. All in all, I love how he turned out.

Let's check it out!

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Wizardry in Progress 3/14/18

It's the last Wednesday before Adepticon, the pressure is on to get projects finished and everything ready to go.

I can happily report that my Admech army is now finished and ready for games. Let's take a look at what has happened in the last week.

Monday, March 12, 2018

Let's Paint - Orange Kastelan Robot

Hey everybody, after doing a couple videos for the Cybernetica Datasmith and the Sydonian Dragoon, I feel like I can safely say; welcome to a new feature of the site, the Let's Paint video series!

In this series, I will be painting a miniature from start to finish in time lapse video. They are really fun to make and share and I hope to keep this to a once a week feature. But with Adepticon around the corner, I'm unsure about keeping that pace until after the event.

But for now, let's paint a Kastelan Robot, shall we?

Miniature Monday: Blood Bowl: Tri-City Sentinels

When Blood Bowl was released, I was all about it. The hype train was full steam ahead and I was so stoked at getting it painted and on the table.

The first order of business was to paint up the human side of the game, which I have written about earlier, but the bases weren't finished and I didn't get any nice pictures of them, so I kinda jumped the gun a little bit on posting about them.

But, that's all fixed now. Let's take a look!

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Wizardry in Progress 3/7/18

The pressure builds as Adepticon nears!

The army progress chart is filling up and the forcing is coming together nicely. This week, I finished another robo and got started on the next one in the batch.

We're down to two Kastelan Robots needed for Adepticon, let's take a look.

Monday, March 5, 2018

Miniature Monday - Sydonian Dragoon

The last Sydonian Dragoon is all finished and its time for a legit write up on him!

He had a bit of conversion work and was a blast to paint up. It also seemed to take less time to do than the first one, probably because I had the previous paint job to use as reference and didn't have to figure out what parts needed to be which colors.