Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Space Hulk: 3D Hirst Arts build part 3

Space Hulk board build continues... casting and assembly of pieces now complete and about to move onto the painting stages.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Command Squad: just about done

I've had my command squad dudes semi-completed for months, and (barring some varnish) have finally added the last few trickier things I'd been putting off...

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Death Company: Home Stretch

I spent some time over Christmas prepping some new tactical squads but decided I really needed to finish off some bits and pieces that have accrued over the last year or so before starting yet more paint jobs. While there are chaos and terrain models still needing work, the main culprits were spares/extras for the Death Co minis which were otherwise finished last April. 

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Killteam Terrain: WIP and army shots

I have had a Killteam box basically since when it came out... but has taken a bit of time to get the terrain built and painted up. Finally getting around to taking a few shots of the setup this week.

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Death Company: Showcase (mostly)

Pretty happy with where these got to during the B&C event a couple of months ago - and even more so that the Blood Angels took the most points in the painting challenge. 

Sunday, July 29, 2018

Miniature Scenery: Painting/Hobbying Workstation Kit

If, like me, you paint on a dining table or shared space - having a paint rack, brush stand, and several other bits of gear can be somewhat annoying to fully pack away between sessions. On the weekend I put together a (new) workstation kit from Miniature Scenery.  

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Paint station ergonomics - tips for keeping good posture

I recently had some persistent neck/headache issues from leaning towards a computer monitor at work (yes... turns out poor posture for 60 hours a week is bad... who knew...). However, it also got me thinking about how important posture is for painting - particularly as it can be easy to get wrapped up enjoying a project and not notice posture issues until too late...