So I'm going to transition the WIP threads that I've been maintaining and shift them over to the blog. Before I show details, here's an overview of all my current projects:
1. Expanding the Lizardman army for Warhammer Fantasy 8th Edition.
2. Starting an Orc army for Warhammer Fantasy.
3. Painting a goblin diorama for the Imbrian Arts Goblin competition.
4. Painting Sir Goblin by Gamezone.
5. Expanding my Dark Elf army for Warhammer Fantasy.
Updated 14-03-2011 at 12:25 AM by Shades
I posed myself a question on one of my threads whether it would make more sense to show my WIP reports in a blog format rather than individual threads. The deafening silence to the question gave me my answer, ha, ha! To be fair, I guess I just said that I posed the question to myself, so who did I expect to answer?
Anyway, I drifted to the blog section here for the first time since joining WAMP, and I was very pleasantly surprised to discover new ground here in WAMPLand. So I
Fear not faithful followers (if there are any!) I have not abandoned the wraithlord project, and I bring you with no further ado the first part of the basing!
Now I liked the suggestiong Darklord made of having extra height on one side to add a bit more interest to the piece so I rolled some card up and taped it to the lid. Then I took a notecard and cut it into an isosceles trapezoid (that's a triangle with the pointy
Never quite sure how to start these things, so I'll get straight into my first blog post with a fairly biggie. It's a tale of a journey through one painters life thus far, and the thoughts/dilemmas we've all no doubt faced at various times in our lives with regards to painting.
It all started before the days of the internet...(by the way, I'm 26 for those that were wondering)
A neighbour's older brother had a selection of 3rd edition Warhammer, which I became fascinated
It's been a while since my last blog (and the weekly update promise rapidly went out of the window (though in my defence I did predict it would!). I suppose I'm still catching up from the Christmas period.
The plan was to go over the whole site during the holidays; update everything, fix all those little glitches that don't really affect things but you know they are there. It's like the scratch on the car - its tiny, no-one can really see it but you can. You know its there , it stands out