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Made in gb
Veteran Wolf Guard Squad Leader

Reading, England

Looking good I love the conversion work that is going on here. Looking forward to seeing some work from you

Young Logan

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Longtime Dakkanaut

Charleston, SC

Thanks for the comments guys!

This project and I still live, we're just dragging our feet.

I unfortunately haven't had any modelling or painting time, but everything went through and I did get the new house!!

We're renovating a few things, well, actually a lot of things, so we cannot move in yet, which puts all my nerdery on hold. That is unfortunate, but it will all be worth it once everything is complete. So, I do apologize for a lack of pics and updates all around.

I have a question, though!

My new hobby space will offer a lot of storage and work space with some decent lighting. What I'm looking for are suggestions for a good painting desk. I will have 6 feet from side to side and depth isn't really an issue. This will be for painting and modelling, not wargaming, so I need a DESK, not a table.

Can anyone offer some great painting-desk recommendations?

Made in us
Executing Exarch


congrats on the new place good luck with the remodeling! make sure its to scale or you might end up with things that are off

cant reccomend a desk but i am sure you will find something worth it in the end.
Made in fr
Regular Dakkanaut

Wow, there are awesome conversions!

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Longtime Dakkanaut

Charleston, SC

Thanks, Ivan! I'm hoping to get back to work on them soon. Finishing up my new house has been quite the task, but I do have a small studio space where I'll be able to paint, which is way more promising than doing my work at the dinner table. Hope to be able to start painting withing the next few weeks.

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