Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Wizardry in Progress 11/14/18

This week was a pretty light week for projects, thanks to being busy all weekend. But, you've gotta have slow weeks to balance you the crazy hectic weeks.

Let's check it out.

Deathwatch Intercessors
Wednesday night I finished the Intercessors for U-Con. They didn't have too much work left to do on them, just their bases and some small details, plus shoulder pads.

All the shoulder pads are painted freehand and I think that was the most fun thing to do on them. Each one is different as well.

The chapters in this batch are:

Flesh Tearers
Rainbow Warriors
Storm Wardens
Crimson Fists
Imperial Fists
Red Talons
Space Wolves
Sons of Medusa

I'm really happy with how they came out and feel like a leveled up a little bit by doing it.

These fellas all preformed admirably at the convention and in the games of Kill Team I played on Sunday.

Can't wait to get more of them for the army, eventually. 

New Let's Paint
Monday night I began working on the edits for the new version of Let's Paint.

This new format will include actual explanation and tutorials in it, rather than just sped up video.

I'm really happy with the result and can't wait to share it on Patreon. This new version of Let's Paint is something I can be proud of, while also giving back to the community.

I'll have an announcement about the changes and such soon.

Sweet New Walkway Section
Yesterday I had inspiration hit me in the middle of the day and found myself drawing a blueprint of a new terrain piece, using a couple of Monster cans and a soup can, along with the couple pieces of walkway that I didn't have legs for.

When I got home, I started messing around with it and so far I'm really liking it.

I'm still tweaking it a bit and I need to swap the hatches for vent fans, but so far so good.

That's it for now. Now that U-Con is over its back to work on the Blood Angels commission I've been putting off.

Tonight I'll be starting on the Baal Predators tank!

Until next time, you can catch me on Twitter and Instagram. Check out YouTube for the latest in the Let's Paint series.

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Thanks for reading!