Yes. I did start this blog post with a reference to a terrible film. I’m not even ashamed.
Production continues on the Wild West scenario. Lots of text is boring without context and there is a huge risk of spoilers, so here we can see the first stage of painting the Gambler and the Demolitionist
I actually finished painting them, but the cat commandeered my lap so I can’t go take pictures of them yet. The important thing is, I am now slightly less behind on my miniature painting schedule than I was a couple of days ago.
Looking at the picture, some of you may be thinking I am disrespecting something by using ancient paints as model holders. I say NAY! I am honouring the superb hexagonal bottles with life beyond death?… Paints might be fine inside. The point is that these bottles let you put the model down flat at 7 different angles… and I think I also get extra geek cred for having them.
Back to sculpting the rest of the crew I think. Wait. I forgot my call to action. EVERYONE! GO DO STUFF! Sorted. Bye for now.
In an attempt to actually tell people what I am making another post. Since a picture is worth a 1000 words I’m going to assume a blurry picture is maybe worth about half that so I’ll keep this short.
The last week I was making generic bandit models. You can just about make them out in the image above. these are for the western scenario (DUH!) There are 7 variant models with different guns and clothes. I think I should just give one of these fellas away for free at the end of this month. Not sure which one though. If someone actually reads this and contacts me it can be their choice.
Simulations continue to be done, playtests continue to be done (although slowly due to restrictions), and Francesca continues to create nice art for the Core Rules and scenario books.
If you’ll excuse me, I have to go fight some html code that looked at me funny. Bye for now.
Why are you here. This is just me testing that news posts are working. Not that I’m too likely to make many. I’m far too busy creating actual fun stuff. This blogging tomfoolery is a little close to admin for my liking. At least I can say whatever I want.
Deal with it traveler.