Wow....its been awhile now hasn't it? Well I'm still in recovery mode, but getting much better. I even got out quite a bit on the race track, won some races, ran pretty fast. Still adjusting to the balance issues and hearing loss. My taste buds are dull, but getting better. Facial nerves appear to be healing. I definitely do not recommend brain surgery for anyone, but if you have to have it done, well then Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN is the place to go. And, quite frankly the changes that Games Workshop made to Fantasy didn't help my motivation to get back to Warhammer. I absolutely have no interest whatsoever in Age of Sigmar. There is nothing anyone can say or do that will change my mind on that. With that note, I've trashed just about all of my Warhammer plans. I'll be switching gears back to Vikings and probably some 40k models. For the most part its back to modeling and painting, probably no gaming. With the loss of hearing in one ear it really makes it difficult for me to hear in loud convention halls. I do have a new Iwata Airbrush that needs to get broken in.
And with the blog, I will also be dragging along that Facebook page that I created for the workshop. It will eventually get some of its own content also. If you have not been there, check it out: https://www.facebook.com/Madhouse-Workshop-997433986940549/?ref=hl
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Monday, May 18, 2015
Don't know sometimes.....saw Dave Taylor messing around with car wars and I had this Hot Wheels '71 Plymouth sitting on my desk for ages and it got a little close to some of my bits sitting around on the table and things transpired.....
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Just received my shipment of Vikings from Saxon Miniatures. Very nice looking sculpts for the most part. I'll probably do a detailed review of the minis and some scale comparisons, very much look to be in-line scale wise with Gripping Beast.