Originally Posted by Spojie
This is how I painted a Vindicator that I recieved in the mail. Any comments are appreciated.
Well, here is a step by step explanation of how it painted a Vindicator I got from Ebay. It was already base coated and my mission was to turn it into a Blood Angels tabletop OK vindicator. So here is what I did.
Here is how it looked when I opened the package.
Although I love painted and playing with my 40k mini's I am constantly having to fix, repair and change out all the pieces that fall off during transport or game play. For example my Bane Blade. I have sense knock of the antennae and the stubber with commander. The problem is I have no safe way to transport him yet. I am saving the money to but him his own Battlefoam tray. Hopefully that will stop his problems. Next up is the radar dishes on everything else.
Hello everyone, I go by the name of doomedwheel and soon I hope to post a somewhat regular log of my armies and miniatures. I am an average painter at best, but still have the drive to improve.
See you all soon.
PS I'm new to this whole blog thing so, feel free to post smiley's laughing behind my back at the blunders and general 1990's ness of this.
GenCon: 2014. It is my third visit. Three visits, I feel, is enough to start to figure out this massive convention full of ticketed events, exhibitor booths, open play rooms, and tons of distractions and opportunities tucked away into every nook and corner. The goal? To have as much fun as possible.
Like previous years I decided to do a few things differently. The exhibit hall is only open between 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM, so Rule #1 is "schedule no events during this time."
Salt City Gladiator Games
2014 Event will be October 24-25 at the Legacy Events Center in Farmington, UT.
This is the first grand tournament of its size to be held in Utah and covers a variety of TCG and tabletop games. Covering the course of two days we will match worthy opponents against each other to see who wins the top victory.
I just had to share this- I came home so jazzed from today!
Today's Demo Report-
Social media really is one of the best things that's happened to game culture. A friend of mine on Facebook "liked" a new game store in the Indianapolis area, so I checked them out. I sent them a message and told them I was part of Cool Mini or Not's volunteer group THE LEGION, and asked if they would like me to run some demos in their store. They were indeed interested, so we set
Updated 08-05-2014 at 09:38 AM by TheLegion
Just starting a post to keep track of ideas, dates, equipment required to run our first Rivet Wars demo day.
Look into ways to spread the word about the day - Posters at local gaming store, on Toowoomba Board Gamers forum.Finish painting Rivets for demo dayTable to play onProvide refreshmentsSpeak to Warren about date, locationSee if Warren can use his Rivet Wars kit as wellSee if Pinnacle will have a give-away or discount towards retail
Hi, and you guessed right this will be my thoughts, concerns, and various other things concerning my journey into the world of miniatures. I don't know why I have chosen this medium per say, but it seems like a great place to walk through and smell the roses, after years of building/painting Gundam kits. I have tried painting minis only using a brush, and I got nice results most of the time. Not as nice as I would like it to be but close enough for now. Recently I found my airbrushing kit, that
Updated 07-24-2014 at 05:29 AM by raalgon
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