This weekend was spent wel painting. I started friday evening on clubnight by giving a painting demonstration and decided to prepare an old confrontation model. I am trying out the color scheme for skin explained by Julien Casses in the Rat Ogre video from Miniature Mentor. So far this is the result:
It's a new year, and I thought it was time to take stock before moving ahead.
I want to have goals for this year, but I'm not 100% clear on what they should be other than vagaries like "improve" - you know I like to be more focused than that ;)
So to help me define my goals I set up a thread called Peer Assessment asking other WAMPers to feed back on my strengths and weaknesses as a painter. Yes, it's a likely scary allowing people to have free reign on commenting,
Ebay is pretty much one of main places to buy gaming goodies from. I tend to scour the site for old school game rules, why, cause they are cheap that's why....Plus I'm a big fan of old school Dungeons and Dragons, and Ebay is the easiest place to pick up D&D materials from the good old days of my youth.
Over the years I've picked up some really tasty bargains as well, which have included a copy Elric: Stormbringer RPG (the version GW publshed) for princely sum of £2 which included
It's been an exciting couple of weeks, getting POP and Skrapyard off the ground. Lots more to do, of course. I hope to see the first two miniatures into production in the next fortnight, and then will be able to turn to getting the proper, full-on First Edition (with illustrations and much, much more background, plus fewer typos).
However, it's an auspicious start.
It's so exciting!
Not technically for sale, yet, but if anyone's interested, drop me an email.