Last night I went and saw Jurassic Park on the big screen for the first time in 20 years. My first thought was, “Holy smokes, am I that old now?” Yes, sadly I am. Then I was able to enjoy the film.
I’ve seen Jurassic Park more recently than 20 years ago. I have, (without . . . → Read More: Reflections on “Jurassic Park” Twenty Years Later.
This weekend at GenghisCon, I had the opportunity to field the Skyshield Landing Pad for the first time. I decided to bring it out for that 40K RTT for a number of reasons. I’d had the model sitting on my shelf for a long time and I needed a . . . → Read More: 40K Tactica & Review: Skyshield Landing Pad
When I write, I like the room to be dark. I write dark. “Dark for dark business,” as dwarves like to say. I like it to be atmospheric with incense and candles and a lava lamp. I have blackout shades in the room and often the only light is coming from . . . → Read More: Product Review: MyGlowKeys
This is the first part in a series on painting techniques that I use to paint miniatures. Obviously, everything that follows is my opinion and not objective fact.
1. A good starter airbrush is the Iwata Eclipse HP-CS. It is a good jack-of-all-trades starter brush and can do wonders in the . . . → Read More: 15+ Tips for folks who want to airbrush miniatures.
So the trailer for the sequel to JJTrek is on the horizon, they’ve announced that they are going to release 9 minutes of IMAX footage before The Hobbit all Chris Nolan style, and I’ve had to have this conversation more times than I’ve ever wanted to. See, I used . . . → Read More: Why I’m really not a Star Trek fan anymore…