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  1. I have not painted a miniature larger than a 1/600 scale tank in about 9 years (outside of painting Gundam models which is way different/easier than miniatures). At 1:600 scale it is very easy, even infantry, as it is just a spray of paint, wash and drybrush. If I am daring I do a prick of flesh and black for boots/guns. When I see the detail on some of the Bones and metal figures it just confounds me how people do it. I look at some of the pictures and I see detail that I can't even see on the unpainted figure... Anyway, so I am wanting to paint some figures to use in some gam
  2. So I have been struggling with painter's 'block' for quite some time now. I know everyone has been there - you really want to paint but sitting at your painting desk you have no motivation/inspiration to get started - so I am wondering what things have worked for people in getting past it. Also has anyone found a 'trigger' that causes it (for themselves of course - I'd imagine there are as may 'triggers' for this as there are people in the hobby!) Myself I think I have actually found a possible trigger that leads me into not wanting to paint anything. When I see posts either here on my
  3. How is it September already? Not sure how much I'll get done again this month, another busy one, including vacation (FINALLY, my 1st since last Sep). More work on Seza Start work on JB trooper Base Gwen Prep RH plastic/metal comparison What's on your table?
  4. Buddy of mine was searching a car forum today and found a quote that I found so amazing I just had to stare it. Pressure exploits either the greatest strengths, or the slightest weakness in human or machine; whether that pressure stems from forced atmospheric induction, or is psychological in nature. The result is that human, or machine, becomes legendary either for their increased strength under pressure, or for fracturing as a result of the stress. The most important modification is the driver. I thought about how we have to push our painting boundaries to get better. Enjoy, share!
  5. I've been hiding from my little men. There are a horde of them on my workbench, now. Little men and little women, and some dwarves, a hobgoblin, Chibi Cthulhu, and oh so many more. All the Knights of the Dinner Table, modded to be holding paintball guns, for use in a skirmish game I was thinking about. The Black Hands, too, including Gordo wearing a Dalek shell, a joke that makes no sense unless you read the comic or check out the online version.* And I'm afraid of them. I have motivational problems. I was off for the summer for a while, but now they need me back for a couple weeks, and n
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