We've managed to keep up the pace here. On Friday I finished basing the last five Mantic Skeletons and the
14 1/72 figures I had mounted on washers.
My son base coated five skeletons, three Orcs and seven Dwarves. I think he'll need to go back and touch them up to ensure coverage, but it was a very productive day.
I even videoed myself doing my basing process, but I'm not happy with the footage. I can't find the charger for my old camcorder and my Nikon can take video but I had a really hard time figure out how to get it to focus. So I have several minutes of blurry footage that is mostly the back of my hand as I talk at you. But it is in full 1080 HD. I think I'll spare you guys until I can do it right.
While I was digging around in the 28mm box I found this guy.
Anybody recognize him? I want to say he came with an issue of White Dwarf. I really don't remember where he came from. As you can see he is plastic and I believe the 1991 base came with him.
Welcome to new follower Stephen Green. I almost missed you following because you don't have an avatar. For some reason blogger puts you all the way at the end of the followers list, but still in chronological order with the others who have no avatar. Steve is from Stevo's mini Soldiers and he is the foil of Tom from Tom's Toy Soldiers. Check them both out if you like to see two guys appearing to have fun playing games, and painting some nice figures. Oh and Steve, you can also put a link to your blog in your friend connect profile. I think it comes up as "Links". That way it is easier for people to follow you back.
Lastly I wanted to bring a good blog to everyone's attention. It is Amateur Hour by Mattias Darrow. His art is too good and whimsical not to be seen by a wider audience. And with character names like the Keeper of Livers and the Flayer of Shins for his Song of Blades and Heroes campaign, how could you not follow.
That is all.