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    Spatial statistics, multivariate statistics, entomology, gaming, DIY, building anything, programming, doing things -- not watching things

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  1. Here is my finished Sanctioned Spellcaster for 5 SS for July. The cape really needs some washes to blend in the shades, but no time as I only started 2 days ago. I am happy with how the skin came out for a change! Cheers all.
  2. My July pledge is a Sanctioned Spellcaster.
  3. The ice golem is done for 10 SS in June. I think I need to go back and do some highlighting on the head.
  4. I just keep pushing against that calendar this year. During what is left of June I am going to paint a transparent blue ice golem. Will try to think of a good basing idea for him to make up for the lack of paint that is going to need to be applied---there will still be some, though. Cheers, all.
  5. Here is my finished Neil Henry for 7 SS in May. I left this until the last 2 hr in May and in my haste I made a hash of the skin. There are several people painting for lots of games. So much plastic-y goodness out there.
  6. My May model is Neil Henry. Looked at the calendar and then ran to the garage to grab my primer tonight. I have some base colors down and the base done, so this is a first pledge photo and a WIP photo all in one. Painting for four miniature games really keeps you hopping! Anyone else out there painting for this many or more? Egad, this is a great time to be a tabletop war gamer. Cheers, all.
  7. My hazardous mushroom terrain ended up being a very last minute rush job on painting and on the terrain. It is functional but not great looking. The mushrooms are on 30 mm bases and are magnetized so that they don't get in the way of models moving. I do have an excuse for my last-minute-ness this month: during a momentary lapse of reason I decided that three miniature games were not enough to keep me up all night so I bought and starting painting my first WH 40K army. What the heck was I thinking? Cheer all.
  8. I am coming in really late this month. For April I am going to paint these 4 mushroom-beasts I printed this morning and put them on some hazardous terrain I will make.
  9. My Silurid is done for 7 SS in March. I may come back and gloss coat it later to give a more slimy feel, not sure. That is the same model, but it has a really different feel from this angle. In other painting news, I just this week I discovered necron compound---I wish I had known about this stuff before. My House Escher and Brotherhood of Steel models are really forging ahead quickly now.
  10. @Purple Mist you win—-I can’t compete with space cats! 😊 Here is a better photo of my Silirid WIP.
  11. @Purple Mist I see your cat, and raise you a goat! Silurid #3 WIP is sticky-tacked to the horn of Parsnip here. Most uncooperative subject, ever. It is B&W because she was under a heat lamp and the original was irritatingly red. The light, not the goat.
  12. For March I am going to finish up my third Silurid for 7 SS. That green Stuff brain fungus is hiding some magnets---had to improvise to magnetize this one. I know I haven't been painting much on for the challenge this year, but I am ~1/3 way through my third Necromunda crew (10 models each), and have some Fallout progress, so making good progress when summed across all games. Cheers all.
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