September 3, 2015

Caress Player Complete
(This Brush Is On Fiah!)

My brush is on fire, apparently. Another player down, one more to go. This one I tried some wet blending on the hair which turned out better in-person than what you can tell from these pictures. No blade on this Player; this is the only one in the unit that gets a Harlequin Caress which I think turned out great. For what, paint-wise, might be my favorite Player so far, I'm not a fan of the posing and the more of this unit I finish the more I find the pistol-arm for each one in very awkward posing for the rest of the model. Anyway, more pics after the jump.

September 1, 2015

Another Player Complete
(Only Two More To Go!)

Hobby progress is a movin' and another Player down! Now that my hobby room is setup, I've dived right back into the mix and continued with the Harlequins. After this Player, there's only two left before I move to the rest of the army and the anticipation is exciting! More pics to follow after the jump.

August 31, 2015

Troupe Master & Player Complete
(Proper Pics)

Finally moved into my new place and have the hobby room set up. I have a lot more room now, so the lightbox is out and ready to go at all times! So my last progress post just had a quick pic of the two Harlequins I had finished, so for this post I'm pushing some proper pics of the two out to the world. More pictures after the jump.

August 30, 2015

The Masque of Vyle
(A Book Review)

Note: This Is A Non-Spoiler Review

I often like to read novels/information about what I'm painting for a couple of reasons. First it opens the doors to ideas in the painting/conversion process that you previously didn't even know were there. Secondly it keeps me more vested in the project during the tedious lows of every project (as there often are). A certain level of excitement to move forward with a project comes along with some of the 40K novels out there and this book is one of them, despite some disappointment that came along with it. More after the jump.