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
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.
Well, fingers are crossed. For the fourth year in a row, I’ve sent off submissions to The Black Library, the publishing arm of Games Workshop and the primary dissemination point for Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000 fiction.
This year was somewhat bitter-sweet for me since it is the last year that Black Library will be . . . → Read More: Submission sent to Black Library
Got back from Adepticon. Can’t say I really had a great time. The folks that put on the con were fantastic as always. The con was arguably bigger and better than it ever was before, but I can’t really say I had fun BECAUSE of the con. More like I had fun, kind of, around . . . → Read More: The Road Back from Adepticon 2012: So, yeah, that happened…
8 Days to go. (Really 7 days to go since we’re leaving on the 18th at O-Dark Thirty)
Finished with the washes and did the highlight coat on few squads with good results. Painted yellow and the highlight yellow coat on the vehicles and it is coming along well. I also got the shoulderpads done, . . . → Read More: The Road to Adepticon: 7 Days to go