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Lock and Load Tomorrow! (17th Jun 2011)

I am not bringing my laptop, so I won’t be updating the blog (more play time!), but Privateer Press is going to be liveblogging at the following link: http://nqmagazine.wordpress.com/ I am very excited to get my butt handed to me by a bunch of peopl ... Read More

Lock and Load Tomorrow! (17th Jun 2011)

I am not bringing my laptop, so I won’t be updating the blog (more play time!), but Privateer Press is going to be liveblogging at the following link: http://nqmagazine.wordpress.com/ I am very excited to get my butt handed to me by a bunch of people I’ve ... Read More

Miniature Monday: Reform Candidate (14th Jun 2011)

Nuala the Huntress, Unit Attachment for the Tharn Bloodtrackers, is an expert in pointy objects and their application in conflict resolution. This is an admirably well-sculpted model: when she was first introduced, some people were complaining that she is ... Read More

Miniature Monday: Reform Candidate (14th Jun 2011)

Nuala the Huntress, Unit Attachment for the Tharn Bloodtrackers, is an expert in pointy objects and their application in conflict resolution. This is an admirably well-sculpted model: when she was first introduced, some people were complaining that she is ... Read More

Lock and Load and Lists and Limits (6th Jun 2011)

I’ll be heading out to Lock and Load in a few weeks, and I’m trying to limit the models I bring along, since I can of course only carry one bag full of suspicious little bits of metal onto the plane. I’m focusing on eKrueger and Baldur l ... Read More

Lock and Load and Lists and Limits (6th Jun 2011)

I’ll be heading out to Lock and Load in a few weeks, and I’m trying to limit the models I bring along, since I can of course only carry one bag full of suspicious little bits of metal onto the plane. I’m focusing on eKrueger and Baldur lists, since I have ... Read More

So Angry It Hurts!! (31st May 2011)

What is the Gorax? And why is it here? And why is it angry and Primaled, I fear? And ready to frenzy wherever it goes? That old Mohsar still lives here. Ask him. He knows. (With deepest apologies to Dr. Seuss.) ... Read More

So Angry It Hurts!! (31st May 2011)

What is the Gorax? And why is it here? And why is it angry and Primaled, I fear? And ready to frenzy wherever it goes? That old Mohsar still lives here. Ask him. He knows. (With deepest apologies to Dr. Seuss.) ... Read More

Miniature Monday: Wealth of Stealth (12th Apr 2011)

In a quick update for  Miniature Monday, I have recently finished The Lord of the Feast and a Dwarf Thief model for the new Pathfinder campaign at work, both models representing stealthy characters of different sorts. The Lord of the Feast came together v ... Read More

Miniature Monday: Wealth of Stealth (12th Apr 2011)

In a quick update for  Miniature Monday, I have recently finished The Lord of the Feast and a Dwarf Thief model for the new Pathfinder campaign at work, both models representing stealthy characters of different sorts. The Lord of the Feast came together v ... Read More

Miniature Monday: Don’t Go Into the Woods (28th Mar 2011)

Circle Orboros represents the red in tooth, red in claw side of nature to be sure, and I am currently working on two of the more emblematic figures that embody this: Wurmwood, Tree of Fate and The Lord of the Feast. (Circle Orboros makes up for its lack o ... Read More

Miniature Monday: Don’t Go Into the Woods (28th Mar 2011)

Circle Orboros represents the red in tooth, red in claw side of nature to be sure, and I am currently working on two of the more emblematic figures that embody this: Wurmwood, Tree of Fate and The Lord of the Feast. (Circle Orboros makes up for its lack o ... Read More

Your Ticket to the Dog Show (7th Mar 2011)

Late last year I picked up the Reeve Hunter and his three pet War Wolf missiles. Today I finally finished painting them. I take forever to paint a model these days — even more so than in the past — due to a busy career and a number of imprompt ... Read More

Your Ticket to the Dog Show (7th Mar 2011)

Late last year I picked up the Reeve Hunter and his three pet War Wolf missiles. Today I finally finished painting them. I take forever to paint a model these days — even more so than in the past — due to a busy career and a number of impromptu lunchtime ... Read More

R.I.P. Iron Agenda (late to the table edition) (29th Jan 2011)

Nearly a year ago, I started to become interested in Warmachine (I didn’t even know Hordes existed, then). I had heard the D6 Generation podcast review of Warmachine Mk II, and it jogged past memories of the “new miniatures game” I had h ... Read More

R.I.P. Iron Agenda (late to the table edition) (29th Jan 2011)

Nearly a year ago, I started to become interested in Warmachine (I didn’t even know Hordes existed, then). I had heard the D6 Generation podcast review of Warmachine Mk II, and it jogged past memories of the “new miniatures game” I had heard about years b ... Read More

Lord of the Storm, Lord of the Dance (12th Nov 2010)

Epic Krueger has been painted just in time for this weekend’s foodmachine tournament; I ended up rushing the cloak because I wanted him finished, so some of my highlighting is not as good as I would have liked. I have done all but add the basing mat ... Read More

Lord of the Storm, Lord of the Dance (12th Nov 2010)

Epic Krueger has been painted just in time for this weekend’s foodmachine tournament; I ended up rushing the cloak because I wanted him finished, so some of my highlighting is not as good as I would have liked. I have done all but add the basing materials ... Read More

Krueger the Stormlord Theme Force (4th Nov 2010)

Bell of Lost Souls has spoiled the Theme List for Krueger the Stormlord, otherwise known as eKruger, otherwise known as Señor Kinda-Like-Rahn-But-More-Crazy. I think we could predict that the Tharn were going to be part of the theme list since Krueger is ... Read More

Krueger the Stormlord Theme Force (4th Nov 2010)

Bell of Lost Souls has spoiled the Theme List for Krueger the Stormlord, otherwise known as eKruger, otherwise known as Señor Kinda-Like-Rahn-But-More-Crazy. I think we could predict that the Tharn were going to be part of the theme list since Krueger is ... Read More

Maybe He Should Get a Sandwich or Something (31st Oct 2010)

The other night the FLGS, we were discussing eHaley. I noted that every faction seems to have at least one caster that leads everyone else to call cheese, like eHaley, eSkarre, etc. I said I didn’t think Circle had one, and everyone immediately repl ... Read More

Stab, Stab, Whoosh (29th Oct 2010)

I pretty much finished the Eladrin Swordmage for our new D&D campaign the other day (his sash is going to get one more detail pass and a more careful final wash, I think). He turned out pretty well, the iPhone photo is not as good as the Sony took, but th ... Read More

Camera Fail (26th Oct 2010)

My camera has died, sadly. This morning someone in front of me slammed on their brakes for Lord knows what reason, and my camera flew into the footboards. Ever since, I cannot successfully start the camera, the lens assembly seems unable to open. Sad time ... Read More

Assembly School (24th Oct 2010)

In the last few weeks since my honeymoon, I have assembled and pinned a ridiculous number of models, especially considering how much work I have to do these days. I had to prepare for a 15-point Tooth-n-Claw/Mangled Metal tournament the week I got back, s ... Read More

More Hairless (15th Sep 2010)

I finished basing Baldur, then ran around everywhere in and outside the building trying to find decent lighting; the outdoor light in NorCal is really bright these days and I couldn’t find indirect light that worked. I think I need to invest in a li ... Read More