Climbing that mountain of lead
Well today I threw a mini in the bin, actually I threw it against the painting shed door first (And it left a dent!).
It was a WWII German motorcycle rider from Foundry and I just could not get the stinking handlebars to stick to the bike.
I'd managed to do it with the first 2, but the 3 was too much.
This is only the 3rd time I've ever given up on a mini ever. :(
That's right, 2 painting blogs... in a month.
Today I just varnished 15 German soldiers that I've been painting throughout January. Now ready for The Indiana Jones Charity Globe Trot.
Yes I know it's now 2020.
And yes, it's taken nearly a year to prepare to write the next post for this blog.
But I have been doing some painting during all this time... honest...
So I'm going to try post photos I took of the miniatures I painted from February to December!
13th November 2019
These figures were photographed on the 13th November 2019.
These are the first of the 'pulp' figures for my GameBlast20 game - The Indiana Jones Charity Globe Trot.
14th December 2019
These are Thuggee cultists from Pulp Figures. Again they're for The Indiana Jones Charity Globe Trot.
I've painted some of them in the yellow and white scheme I saw on the Pulp Figures website. The others are painted in red and black as seen in 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'.
3rd January 2020
The mine carts and track all come from Ainsty Castings.
8 of the mine carts were painted for GameBlast19 (Which was before the end of February 2019.), they've only just been varnished.
The track has all been painted and varnished recently.
There you have it. That's all the photo's I have.
I've painted more than (I must have!?!) this over 2019, it's just there's no photos of them, honest... You'll have to take my word for it!
Hopefully, the blog will see some use over 2020.
So, at the start of the year I decided to blog about whatever I painted this year.
So it's February and here's the 1st post.
Amera Plastic Mouldings create 'vacuum formed' terrain and scenery.
This scenery is thin (actually hollow), light and seems durable. Perfect for my needs - I tend to lug stuff around.
This is the 1st time I've painted err... that's not right really. Mostly I just added grass flocking to the scenery and dry brushed the rocky parts.
So anyway, this is the 1st time I've worked on something like this. It was easy to do and it should look acceptable.
The scenery comes as squares of plastic that needs trimming and cutting. I said earlier that it was thin, but that doesn't stop it being a 'proper mission' to trim.
So there you go, first post done.