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« Reply #660 on: March 02, 2017, 11:46:14 PM »

And you've just disqualified yourself from BSC Cheesy

Good to hear you've got your mojo back.

If you mean the troll in the top left of the photo, he was intended to be part of the Build Something Contest but I wound up submitting just the Blomp without the flying stand because the fully assembled Blomp was too heavy for the flying stand as designed!

Sad Troll does not currently have employment and was not part of my BSC submission.  Sad

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« Reply #661 on: March 04, 2017, 03:22:22 PM »


I can relate to your mojo blog post.  I was in a 40k/warhammer rut for years and my painting felt like a chore.  I was never much of a player but painting the same thing the quality of figures being irrelevant is stifling and eventually feels like a rut.  For a few years now I've been broadening my painting horizons ( And I blame YOU Lead Adventures for corrupting me and growing my lead pile Cheesy ) and regularly try to change up the style of models be it era, sculpt style, genre; Anything that presents new challenges or allows me to just experiment with a piece I haven't before.  I recently revisited some of those GW figures and I find that I have a new found respect for them and appreciate character they possess rather than dwelling on the drudgery.  While I lament the awful messes I make with my terrain building efforts it;s another welcome part of the modelling world newly discovered that I can explore.

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