Sticking with the black armor with bluish-white highlighting like the earlier Order of Our Martyred Lady Sister of Battle, did up this Black Templar.
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Saturday, September 25, 2021
Another McFarlane "action figure" that was given a detailing treatment, and a resin head.
Sunday, September 19, 2021
Here's another articulated McFarlane "action" figure; this time an Adepta Sororitas Sister of Battle. I added details over the basic pre-paint job.
Anyway, just a quick update to blog to keep it moving along. Appreciate your stopping by and wishing you all the best in health and hobby pursuits!
Saturday, September 11, 2021
Managed to build three ruined building from the opened box of 40K Imperial Sector picked up at the recent Bring and Buy for $20.00. The box was missing a few sprues and didn't have instructions, so I used the box art to build these the best possible with the existing parts.
Sunday, September 5, 2021
Making this post on Sunday while co-hosting the Imjin War naval game. Also co-hosted the Bolt Action Franco-Prussian War game on Saturday night night. I even played in an Arc of Fire Battle of Hue game and Lion Rampant game on Friday and Saturday. Busiest I've been at a convention in a long time. For the record, attendance was down by well over half the normal in previous years, and masks were worn in the gaming hall per a recent statewide mandate for indoor gatherings. I think there were about 140 attendees this year; down from about 400 at our last convention in 2019. The bring and buy was actually pretty big, and I picked up a few unnecessary things. I've tried to caption the images of games below from what I think they are from the posted game schedule; wasn't sure of some. In fact, some may not be on the schedule - as there were many free tables and folks were encouraged to set up games on the fly.
Another shot of Chris Craft's Rebels and Patriots game. Chris is great painter, but said these Front Rank figures were painted for him by someone in Scotland. He said he orders the figures to be delivered to the painter there and once done they're shipped to him here in Washington State.
At the annual meeting this morning we discussed the possibility of moving next year's Enfilade either back to the usual Memorial Day weekend or again during Labor Day weekend. The voting for the date was pretty much split - mainly based on the unpredictability of the future state of affairs. Sound like the board of directors are in for more tough decisions. Until next time, wishing you all the best in health and gaming!