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Bonkers Buggy Driver with Rockets





Houston, TX

Wow, really great stuff. I love the Death Korps models. Banner, horses, everything looks top notch. The terrain and furniture looks so good. Your wood technique is superb and all those little details of papers and cards and things really just brings it to life and takes you into the world and the scale. I love it.

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Currently focused on our Horus Heresy campaign with White Scars, Death Guard and Imperial Militia.  
   
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Regular Dakkanaut






Thanks for the recap post! A lot of great stuff and a very impressive output, considering you didn‘t paint through the whole year!
The death riders really are a highlight between so much good painting. I hope that GW never releases plastic ones, so I‘m not tempted to get some myself
   
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Shrieking Guardian Jetbiker





Finland, Espoo

Thanks a lot guys!

@ Riddle of Steel: Thank you! Nice to see you here. Glad you liked the stuff. The wood technique is a combination of trial and error, a bit of luck and some hints from other hobbyists (shoutout to Private Benjamin). I also like doing all those small details on the terrain / prop pieces, as the details can be used to tell stories or picture some passed events.

@ Viterbi: Cheers! I was a bit surprised as I counted the all the models. Granted the grots and kriegsmen took the number up quite a bit, but still it's a great amount of painted plastic. I can only imagine the buyout rush if they would ever release plastic kriegers!


I have done a little progress on the Trukk conversion, but nothing worthy of pictures yet.
I also started painting the zombie skaven just to get him out of the WIP area on my table.
I'll post some pictures later this week, as I get some more done.


   
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Shrieking Guardian Jetbiker





Finland, Espoo

As promised, a lot shorter update this time.

I finished painting the zombie skaven. For some reason, I did not find painting him very pleasing. Not sure if it's the fact that I messed around with the greenstuff for so long, or if it's something else.
Anyhow, I just sort of splashed the colors on him with some sloppy highlights. Overall I think the conversion turned out pretty well.

Images are really dark, as I used my phone and a single desk lamp this time.





Did some more work on the Looted Wagon / Trukk thingy.
I think the vehicle is now finally assembled. I might add a few details but other than that, I'm happy with it.

EDIT: Forgot to add these two images that I took before priming. Here is the old rhino all built up and ready to receive a new layer of paint. Some of the old paint job is still remaining here.




I'm using a turret from a battlewagon as the big shoota for the trukk. I added a couple of details to the turret itself. The original grot had a boring looking head and his hands were hidden inside the turret (only the shoulders showing), so I swapped the head and cut one of the arms. I then used a random grot arm from by bits box to replace the one I cut away.


The vehicle and a few battlewagon turrets / gunners primed. I masked a few parts of the tank before priming in order to preserve the old paint job.


Started base coating the thing when I realized that the wood does not look worn enough. Decide to use a wire brush more heavily accompanied by a hobby knife to cut off some pieces.
Now that I look the picture, the sides might need a few more details. Not sure yet, as it might also look a bit too crowded. I'll figure it out when it's almost painted and some weathering is added to it.



That's all for this update. Thanks for coming by!

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Shrieking Guardian Jetbiker





Finland, Espoo

Another quick update showing some progress on the looted rhino wagon trukk thingy.

I applied the base colors, some checkers and slight weathering. The grot and the driver is still unpainted, so I'll work on them next.
I might have gone a bit overboard with the checkers (at least that's what I certainly felt whilst painting them), but I've always liked how they look.







Some more weathering needs to be added as well as a few highlights etc. Slowly getting there, but I'm thinking that I'll get this thing finished by the end of the week.


At the start of the year, I thought I would get back at working with my Eldar of finally start rebuilding my Drukhari army. But alas, my inspiration has once again turned towards painting orky vehicles in order to finalize the look of my speed freaks.
I'm having a 3000 points game against a friend in next month, so it would be cool to get all these vehicles done until that. Not sure I'll manage, but I'm trying my best.

There are a handful of projects in my ork army that have been more or less in progress for years now. I used to have a bad habit of starting to paint something and then switching to another model before finishing the first.
As a result of that, the paint job in most of my older Ork units has been half assed. It actually really bothers me when I'm playing with these guys.

I'm setting a goal for myself to finish most of my unfinished projects before starting too many new ones, so I can regain my sanity

Sometimes having a project that I want to finish in a certain time frame results to stress if I don't find the time to paint. The other end of the spectrum is that I keep using all my free time on painting, which leads to hobby burn out.
That's not good and it has happened before, so I'm trying to find the balance this time. I just need to remind myself that the minis won't disappear anywhere if I don't reach my goals. It's just a hobby after all.

That being said, inspirations come and go so it might be possible that I paint a few other units from different armies between my orky adventure.


Look at me rambling again. Well, that's all for now. Until next time!


   
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Near Golden Daemon Caliber





Affton, MO. USA

Classic Ork ride there . It’s got all sorts of style to it and would fit right in with the studio paint jobs.

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
None of the strange ideas we had about you involved your sexual orientation..........-Monkeytroll 12/10/13

I'd put you on ignore for that comment, if I could...Alpharius 2/11/14 
   
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Shrieking Guardian Jetbiker





Finland, Espoo

Thanks theo!

Finally finished the looted rhino! Actually I finished it a couple of days ago, but it took me a while until I managed to snap a few pics.

I decided to go hard with the weathering, as the surface of the tank was not in good condition (due to some abuse it has endured over the years).



Full size image


Close up from the turret.


Close up from the driver. I painted the details on this guy pretty quickly, as he is not very visible from the outside.




The tank does not pop up with bright highlights as some of the other vehicles I have in my ork army, but I wanted to try something different.

This was a fun project, yet a little demanding as these larger conversion projects usually are. Most of the time spent on this project went on conversions and trying to figure out how to build the thing.
Sometimes it's really hard to figure out how to achieve the vision I have in mind. It's also sometimes hard to choose the final look between a few different variations that I try out.

Overall I'm happy how it turned out.


Currently finishing up my bikers. Pictures from them coming up soonish.

Thanks for checking!


   
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Raging-on-the-Inside Blood Angel Sergeant






Nicely done! The weathering and damage seems apt for such a vehicle l, especially having gone through multiple guises. The grot turret and the converged gunner came out really well!

Will the bikers be taking a similarly dark turn or will it be back to the bright highlights?

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Regular Dakkanaut





Nice looted rhino, great additiion to the orks. Well worth the extra effort to make your own ork vehicles unique
   
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Near Golden Daemon Caliber





Affton, MO. USA

The turret driver not having a close combat weapon to hit someone with is the only part that doesn’t scream old GW . Maybe he is pointing at who he’s about to hurl a grot at .

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
None of the strange ideas we had about you involved your sexual orientation..........-Monkeytroll 12/10/13

I'd put you on ignore for that comment, if I could...Alpharius 2/11/14 
   
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Ragin' Ork Dreadnought






Perth, Australia

Nicely done

   
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Nasty Nob





USA

Very nice Ezki, I think the hard weathering was a good choice and makes sense for a looted ok vehicle. I especially like the heavy scratches on all the edges as you know those ork boyz wouldn't be very careful as they move it around.

   
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Shrieking Guardian Jetbiker





Finland, Espoo

Thank you guys! Glad you like it.

Gobert: Thanks! Yeah the weathering sort of hides some of the roughness on the surface. This thing has indeed gone trough many iterations and all those attempts have really taken a toll on the plastic.
Regarding the highlights, that's a good question! Currently I'm leaning towards bright highlights on the red parts, as it would fit better with the biker HQs. I'm sort of "speed painting" the bikers, so bright edge highlights are also an easy way to bring out some definition.

Maharg: Cheers! I think so too. The thing I really like about orks is the fact that they have so much potential for conversions.

Theo: Haha! That must be it.

Syro: Yeah I think so too. As a bonus, the weathering part is maybe my favorite step of the painting process!

Arakas: Thanks!


I've not managed to finish the bikes yet, as time is a bit short while we are making some preparations for a short trip to Germany with my girlfriend.
Also I have been a bit lazy when it comes to painting, as I've been spending a bit too much time playing video games

Painting the bikes has taken a lot longer than I thought it would. The original idea was to finish them while my friend was at my house to do some painting. "Yeah, I'll finish these in a day and a half".
Far from it. Well, they are just a few highlights and details away from completion.

On a related note, I helped my friend to figure out a color scheme for his Cadians that will be used as allies for the knights.
He wanted an easy color scheme that could be painted really quickly. The purpose is to get them painted with little effort, but in a way that they look reasonable on the battlefield.

He gave me a challenge: 15 minutes on the clock (not counting the drying time), as many paints from his collection as possible and no fancy tricks.
I happily took the challenge and finished with the following result:





Painting him took ~15-16 minutes. The timer was put on pause while the washes were drying.
Naturally with this speed, the skin for example is just cadian fleshtone with some wash. I did not even try to paint the eyes in this time frame, as the rest of the models would not have them painted either.

I think he turned out pretty great!
This challenge worked well as a mental exercise: it's not always worth it to overdo it. Decent results can actually be achieved with the simplest of techniques.
Speaking of simple, the clothes are painted with black wash on top of a grey primer with a handful of brighter highlights.

I got excited and did a couple more, with the timer still running:




And on an unrelated note:
There was a sale on a games store near my workplace.The store is moving, so they are selling their whole stock with a discount.
I could not resist and had to add some stuff to my pile of shame:



The trukk will solely be used for bits. The kit contains a ton of cool stuff to be used in future conversions.

I'm also making some plans for future additions to my Eldar and Krieg armies which I will start working again after I have grown bored with orks. Not yet though.


   
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Painlord Titan Princeps of Slaanesh





Hamilton, ON

Getting out me stabby-bits.

The Fall of Kronstaat IV
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Волшебная Сказка | Volshebnaya Skazka | A Fairy Tale (updated 29/12/19, ep10 - And All That Could Have Been)
Kabal of The Violet Heart (updated 02/02/2020)
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All 'crimes' should be treasured if they bring you pleasure somehow. 
   
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Shrieking Guardian Jetbiker





Finland, Espoo

Phew, bikes are finally done.
As stated earlier, it took a lot longer than I anticipated. The original idea was to finish them during the weekend in a day or two.
On the other hand, I only had two small painting sessions after the weekend.

I laid all the bikes I had in a row and started fixing all the broken down bits.
Most of them had some bits torn off, like the exhaust barrels, ork hands, boss poles etc.
In fact, some of these guys were pictured as nobz with various configurations, as nob bikers were one of the "cheesy" things back in 6th(?) edition. Neverless, these guys were never properly finished, even though I have had the bikers for ~10 years.

I had a total of 18 bikes. Three of them were missing some wheels and other crucial parts, that I had used in some conversions (mostly the ones I did last year).
That left me with 15 ~intact bikes. I decided to have a enough for a full squad, so I left three of them to my bitz pile for further conversions and started painting 12 of them.

After fixing the broken parts, a few of the bikes are still missing their exhaust pipes. I might sort that out eventually, but I don't have any extras and to be honest, it's not that noticeable so it does not really bother me that much.

The name of the game was mass production. I mainly wanted these guys done for two reasons: to field them with a good conciense compared to unpainted models, and to finally get them off my never ending todo list.
A few of them had some paint splattered all over and a couple of them even looked quite decent, from 2 meters away.
I took my large basecoating brush and went to town.

At some point I realized what 12 bikes actually means: it's 12 "mini vehicles" and 12 orks, which both required a different color palette and especially the bikes had a ton of details.
Even though I cut some corners, painting these felt like forever. Without the company of my friend who was painting his minis, my motivation might have disappeared quite quickly.

The corner cutting can be noticed for example from some of the weapons, which are just drybrushed metal.

Nevertheless, I think they look decent enough, especially in a group.
And I'm really happy that I finally managed to finish them after years and years of storage.

As you can see, my lightbox is way too small for these fellows.
Did not have time to build another photo booth, as I wanted to snap a few quick shots before going on our trip for the weekend.

There is a banner guy that I converted back in the day. The banner itself is just red at the moment.
I either add a transfer to it, or try to do some sort of free hand on it. When I figure that out, I'll snap a better pick from him.










That's it for today! Thanks for looking.
Have a great weekend and keep on wargaming!



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Regular Dakkanaut





Good job getting through all those bikers, they look great together. I find bikes/cavalry the worst things to paint, as you say there are so many bits to them and you need so many. I've always liked the idea of fast attack bike armies but the thought of painting them has always put me off
   
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Painlord Titan Princeps of Slaanesh





Hamilton, ON

I mean, your rush-job cutting corners is still a better paintjob than 95% of the stuff in the Gallery.

They look great.

The Fall of Kronstaat IV
Война Народная | Voyna Narodnaya | The People's War - 2,898pts* painted (updated 11/01/20)
Волшебная Сказка | Volshebnaya Skazka | A Fairy Tale (updated 29/12/19, ep10 - And All That Could Have Been)
Kabal of The Violet Heart (updated 02/02/2020)
* as of Chapter Approved: 2018. Not a typo.

All 'crimes' should be treasured if they bring you pleasure somehow. 
   
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Raging-on-the-Inside Blood Angel Sergeant






Yeah, I wish I could slow paint as good as your rush job! Great looking mob of bikers. I always found vehicles a slog back in the day, so it’s mighty impressive to get through that many bikes in such a short space of time!

Goberts Gubbins - A Random Oldhammer P&M Blog, now with added Blackstone Fortress 
   
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Longtime Dakkanaut






That mob of bikers is sweet. And the speed painting is very impressive.
   
Made in de
Regular Dakkanaut






Those bikes look great. I love mobile armies and the speed aspect is really fitting for the orks. And I'm amazed how fresh those old models look with your paint job!
   
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Krazed Killa Kan





New York City

Nice bikes! I'm a little sad the red got toned down so much, but I like your conversion so I split the difference. Anyway, orks!

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Regular Dakkanaut





Way too long since I've passed through here and left a comment, so let's fix that.. First off, great work with the Trukk! I was a big fan of your original, but I'll admit that this is an improvement! The new turret looks ace! And I think the weathering did a nice job of tying everything together. My only bit of critique is that the troop compartment could use a bit of extra detail, like rivets/bolts on the planks, or some graffiti.

Also, the biker gang looks really good. As you said, even if an individual biker isn't painted to your best standard, as a group they look great. Though tbh, can't really find much fault with the individuals either

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Made in fi
Shrieking Guardian Jetbiker





Finland, Espoo

Wow guys, I'm flattered! Was not expecting these bikers to receive any praise. Appreciate it.


Maharg: Thanks! Tell me about it. With so many small details and hard to reach places they sure take a lot of time to paint.

Excommunicatus: I would not go that far, but thank you kindly! Glad you like 'em.

Gobert: Heh, thanks! They definitely aren't match for your best work.
I love painting singular vehicles, but when there are a few or more of the same kind, it surely feels like a chore sometimes.

Youwashock: Thank you youwashock!

Viterbi: Thanks Viterbi! Every game I've played with orks in the 8th edition has been with a speed freak kind of list. Lot's of fun.
"Cheated" a little bit with the bright highlights. It makes them pop a bit and fools the eye out of the more lazily painted parts.

Warboss_Waaazag: Thank you! Yeah it got toned down a little too much. At least more than I originally intended. Anyway, looks like it has been in the hands of the orks for quite some time.

mcmattila: Nice to see you here! Thank you very much.
You are absolutely right regarding the troop compartment! I was so focused on making the wood look worn, so I did not even think about any rivets or bolts. Will certainly add some in the future.
Glad you like the bikes too! The point was indeed to make them look good in a group.
There are a ton of mistakes and general laziness if you know where to look but then again, it might be just me and my self criticism.


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The three guardsmen and the bikes have been a good mental excercise. I'm trying to learn that not every tabletop model needs to look better than the last.
I'm trying to learn that sometimes it's okay not to paint every belt buckle with three different tones of metal
I think the problem is, that I'm a bit afraid of the camera. Or a close inspection for that matter. I can't forgive myself for missing minor details (like a belt buckle that is hidden behind an weapon).

Not saying that being too accurate and spending a lot of time on a single mini is a bad thing. Not by any means.
What I'm trying to say is, that if I'm painting all the bigger units with the same standard as I paint my HQ-units, it would take 42 billion years to finish everything in my pile of shame (well, not quite. But still).
I'm starting to realize that every time I've had a "hobby burn out", the main reason has been a bigger unit / group of models, that has been dragging on for too long,

As I've said before: I'm trying to learn how to find the right balance. When to spend a lot of time on a single mini / unit, and when to get them done as quickly as possible.

That being said: I will always be a self critical perfectionist who paints the damn belt buckles

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During the trip to Germany, we went to see Sabaton. A great band by the way.
Anyway, while listening to the live show and observing the art work at the stage (WW1 themed), I got a sudden urge to order some more kriegers.
It might have been the.. "adult beverages", but if I would have opened the Forge World web store during the gig, I would be really poor right now.

I'm not sure for how long can I fight the urge not to order some Death Riders and a Malcador.
The urge grew even larger when I heard that the Imperial Armor units (including kriegers) will get new rules sometime this year! That's like... the best news I've heard for a while.


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Modelling wise, I'm currently in "build mode". Trying to get as many ork vehicles built and converted as possible.
Trying to feed from all the inspiration I've gathered from various sources.

I'll post some pictures when I got something worth showing. So far I've been trying to figure out how to build certain things and which bits should go where.

Edit: Well I found one picture. It's nothing much, but maybe it's better to add a bit of content other than just plain text.
A wheel assembly made out of sprue. It's not pretty, but it works.

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Longtime Dakkanaut






Sabaton is awesome. I hear you on trying to learn when enough is enough on a mini. It's a battle, because the obsessiveness helps when doing fine work, but in quantity it becomes just as much of a hindrance.
   
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Shrieking Guardian Jetbiker





Finland, Espoo

Hey again.
Did some more building at the end of the week.

As I've shown earlier, I started reworking with the old trukks and battlewagons I've had for years.
They were left half painted back in the day and they all looked very similar. Especially in an ork army, I don't like things to look almost identical.

In the last post, I showed a picture displaying a couple of wheel holders made from sprue.

They were part of this project:


I decided to swap the tracks in this wagon to a set of wheels from a trukk, and the other way around.
The russian APC "BTR-80" worked as some sort of inspiration for this one.

The front "suspension" for these things is really flimsy. That resulted to losing one of the wheels while building. Had to drill a couple of holes and pin the wheel back in.



I forgot to take more WIP shots, but here is the whole wagon built with wheels and stuff.




Originally this wagon did not have the side panels attached. I replaced them with spikes (seen in the picture), but I thought it looked a bit bland.
Most of the small conversions are old stuff I did 10 or so years ago, like the open hatch at the back and the big shoota gunner.
I added a few more details to it. The grot and the grappling hook are not glued in yet, they are there for demonstration.

I also started working with one of the trukks.

I cut off all the wheels and played around the tracks. The tracks were a bit too big to be fit under the crew hold.
So the only sensible option was to make the crew hold longer. I used some bits from the spare trukk kit I bought a while ago.






Then I added some side panels and a ladder to the back.




Some of my earlier sloppy paint work can be seen from these trukk images. They were not that badly painted, but just really lazily.
That can mostly be seen from the engine which, is just plain black primer and the bottom side of the trukk which was just quickly dabbed with red paint. Similar lazy work was present all around these vehicles.
Usually I like to hold on to my older paint jobs, as I can see the progress trough the years. But most of my orks were painted like this, with no sense of completion. That's what bothers me. Especially now that I use them a lot in games.

I started working with the mounting system for the tracks during the weekend. If I get it working, I'll post some more pictures.


Additionally: I once again took part in the Fang 2020 painting competition hosted at the local Games Workshop. I was not present at the price ceremony, but I'll get my results when I'm around the store once again.
I was also recruited by my friend who is running the store to take the pictures from the entries to be posted on their Facebook page. I'm definitely not a professional photographer by any means, but it was good practice and a lot of fun.
I suspect it will take a couple of nights to filter and post process all the images.

Thanks for checking and stay tuned for more!

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Raging-on-the-Inside Blood Angel Sergeant






Tracks to wheels conversion looks to have gone well Ezki, the grot in the raised hatch is a great idea too. Will the second trukk have a grot stowaway hiding somewhere?

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Nasty Nob





USA

Wow, you're keeping busy Ezki! I like the conversions, and I wouldn't be so hard on yourself about past work. Especially about being sloppy with orks, that's kind of expected

   
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Shrieking Guardian Jetbiker





Finland, Espoo

Gobert: That might be a good idea. Maybe not on the current trukk I'm making, but will surely add it to my "todo" conversions list!

Syro: You are right. Though I just can't help noticing the unpainted areas
I used to buy a ton of models, assemble them and play with them before they were painted. Then I mostly just quickly overbrushed them before a bigger game. That's why a huge proportion of my old armies are half painted.


Progress with the turkk has been slow, but I have managed to do something at least.
I have kept working with the axle assembly for the tracks.

After test fitting with a dozen of different configurations, I started making the necessary modifications.
I took out my hobby saw and went to town.


I cut out the front leaf springs and moved them back and higher.
Then I added one more leaf made out plasticard to the middle ones.
And lastly, I cut a piece of the frame from the spare trukk and fitted it on this one.


The tracks have three "main wheels", which all need an axle and some sort of suspension. As always, I'm trying to build these things in a sense that they might work in theory. At least in ork standards
I'm still amazed how well the mechanical details are done on these things. I mean, even the ball joints and steering racks have been modelled!

Then it was time to drill some holes to the wheels for the axles.


Assembled and drying.


When the tracks have dried, I need to attach some thick metal wire / plastic tube to work as the drive shaft.

That's pretty much it so far.


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Regarding the Fang painting competition, I managed to snag two trophies!

2nd place in the vehicle category for the looted wagon.


3rd place in 40k single category for the ork warboss I did last year.


I'm really happy with the results. Especially as originally I though about not attending at all, as I did not have time to paint any models particularly for the competition.


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For the last couple of nights I have been post processing the pictures I took of all the entries in the Fang competition.
~500-600 pictures, that I had to browse through and select the best ones. Then I had to correct the white balance, add labels with the name of the entry and attendee etc.
Took a while, but it was fun and gave me a good routine for basic photo editing. Taking the pictures was also good practice, as many of the miniatures were darker than the others.

I guess that also counts as hobby time.

Anyway, the pictures will be posted to the warhammer Helsinki store Facebook site sometime later this week. They are far from perfect, but definitely an improvement compared to pictures they took last year.


That's all folks. Will keep you posted when I get some more progress done.

   
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Nasty Nob





USA

Congratulations of the wins and the trophies Ezki!

   
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Longtime Dakkanaut






Congrats, man!
   
 
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