Vlog 62: Miniature Prep
Need to clean and set up some miniatures for upcoming streams.
Vlog 58: Amateur Miniature Photography
Finished painting Eilish Garrity by Privateer Press and now I need to take some pictures.
Vlog 22: Setting Up OBS for Twitch
Now that my desk is set up I can start streaming some miniature painting. First I need to set up OBS.
Don’t forget to Like and Subscribe to the Channel!
Vlog 20: MDF Paint Rack
I purchased an MDF paint rack off of Ebay to organize my miniature paint collection and now it’s time to assemble it.
Vlog 16: Miniature Wargaming Painting Backlog
I have so many minis and so little time to paint! Check out my vlog where I talk about my backlog.
Vlog 8: At Ease Games
I stop by At Ease Games in Miramar to watch some Warmachine and Hordes matches. I was only able to watch one game but I did talk to the players.
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/RXX6vpiVKz0
Reckoner, Heavy Warjack by Privateer Press
With the Vanquisher finished, I’m moving on to the other heavy warjack in the lot, the Reckoner. The model is not perfect. Some of the details were obscured during the paint stripping process and I had to do a lot of major gap filling near the base of the smoke stacks. Also, whoever assembled the model scraped a little too much off some parts. I should be able to work with it but I will not repair it. Hopefully, it will look decent after it’s painted.
I previously purchased a heavy warjack kit and magnetized the Reckoner chassis. This model is going to stay a permanent Reckoner since I use at least one in most of my lists. I might paint it slightly differently but still working with black and sanguine.
Lift Heavy and Level Up!
Miniature Mondays: Vanquisher, Heavy Warjack (Classic)
I picked up a small warjack lot that included the classic Vanquisher. I assembled and painted two plastic Vanquishers but this will be my first metal heavy. I’m not a fan of working with metal, especially when I have to pin arms and legs. I like the weight of the model and it should look cool on the table. I can see why these models were re-sculpted in plastic/resin. The arms are stuck in one position because of the joint slots. The legs are one metal piece as well. Despite the lack of poseability, I’m excited to paint one of these since it’s one of the original Privateer Press warjacks. Check out the pictures below.
Deliverer Sunburst Crew (Finished)
After months of sitting on the shelf, I finally finished painting the Sunburst crew. I still have to do some touch ups on the metals but I’m happy with it overall. I finished the unit in time for EpixCon! Check out the pictures below.
Lift Heavy and Level Up!