Tuesday, September 29, 2015


Some things in the personal sphere have my hobby momentum derailed a bit, but along came Greggles over at FeedYourNerd with the solution to all of my malaise: Dreadtober! Basically, everyone paints a dreadnought or similar model and then we'll compare notes. Not only is it a great motivation to keep working, it's also rather fortuitous as I just recently started not one but two models that qualify for this friendly little not-really-competition.

There are some real heavy hitters in this crew, so no slacking for me. I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with. If you're reading this and you're so inclined, check out the guidelines and consider giving it a shot.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Return of the Fly

I'm not going to sit here and tell you how much I enjoy NOVA Open, because if you know, you know. And if you don't know, I'll see you there next year. One of the best things about coming back from a big convention is the aura of hobby zen I tend to experience. There's no compulsion to paint specific models quickly, but I'm still riding a wave of inspiration from all of the outstanding armies I ran across.

While I get ready for the final part of this year's project, here are a few older images you may not have seen.

Be'elzuul the Black Seraph, daemon prince of Nurgle

Warp Anomaly 66/6