Sunday, September 30, 2012

Painting Attempts: Rangers

Well, I'm a bit late. Better late than never I guess. Here's my attempt at painting my Rangers unit.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

I'm still alive...

Work's been causing problems to my hobby, hence the lack of updates...

2 weeks of long nights means little time to paint, add the local league and tournaments and you get no time to paint...

Lucky for me this week seems like it will give me some breathing space, I was able to get more work on my Rangers, if I can get more time in tonight I should have something to show by Saturday...

That's all I got for now... Sorry if you were expecting more...

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Tools of the Trade: Wet Pallets

Hello folks, before I proceed with my Lazy Painter posts, I figured I'd first talk about the tools you'll need to apply your base coat, wash, highlight and dry brush. So today I'll talk about the wet pallet and how you can make your own.

What is a Wet Pallet?

Well, a pallet is a place where you place your paint to be thinned or mixed. The problem with regular pallets is that paint has a tendency to dry fast when left on it. Now for people who take a long time to paint this can mean a lot of wasted paints. A wet pallet is basically a pallet that keeps your paint from drying.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Tools of the Trade: War Room


Tools of the trade will be a series of posts devoted to the tools I use for Warmachine, from paints, to paint brush to list builders. I'll be discussing my personal experince with them and everything that has to do with them.

Today we'll talk about that much talked about app, the War Room. The first thing I want to point out is what War Room was designed to be.

"War Room is designed to be a card library and a free-form tool to organize all the cards you need to play the game and requires knowledge of how to build lists. This allows the app to support army lists of almost any design."