I’ve got many projects that require my attention, and in trying to finish them all I won’t finish any of them. To keep a constant and noticeable progress, I’ve decided to focus in a couple of things each month. Introducing: the Monthly Hobby Challenge!
Broody Batman Day! This year we celebrate Batman Day with the man himself, Batman!
For the fifth year, the Bolter and Chainsword is celebrating the E Tenebrae Lux (ETL) painting challenge. And I’m going to do my part for the Dark Angels! Will you?
I’ve wanted to get into Malifaux for some time and now it seems to be gathering attention around here. That was the perfect excuse to get my hands onto their Starter Set.
I’ve been avoiding all the local ITS tournaments as I didn’t feel quite ready for them. But this last Saturday my club organized our first ITS, so I couldn’t miss this one. I’ve been keeping a short of diary with my preparations.
A little review of the Dwarven Warriors from Mom Miniaturas and the small conversion I’m doing to turn them into Dwarf Bulwarkers for Kings of War.
I return to painting my Dark Angels for the Bolter and Chainsword’s E Tenebrae Lux 4th edition. And I do it with what I was missing from my army, Ravenwing!
As you can see at the header image, I’ve got plenty of German miniatures to paint. And I need them for my remaining league matches!
A couple of weeks ago I started with (yet) another project: my Bolt Action Germans. As if I hadn’t enough projects going at once…
I’ve been working on my Operation: Icestorm miniatures. Mainly on the Grenzers sniper, as it was the only mini I wasn’t painting fully built. Looking at that model, the mask was screaming to be painted as a skull, kind of like the Army of Two masks. And the best way to paint it was without the sniper rifle on the …
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