Tonight I took the Bane Riders out for some good old fashioned revenge.
I fixed him up a bit and got down to painting. I’ve had the flue and a throat infection of some sort since Thursday but today it’s clearing up a bit. The upside was getting some work done on the Circle project in the periods between coughing up blood of shaking with the fever.
As per popular request, here’s a place for you to ask questions. I can’t promise speedy answers, or even good ones, but I’ll do my best.
The model I’ve chosen for this was painted entirely in a single evening, and the actual time spent painting was considerable less than two hours. I cooked dinner, watched a movie, did the laundry, and still finished with time to spare.
I had an interesting question from ‘theurge’, which I feel requires more than a comment to answer. Back when I quit Circle, I stated that Circle didn’t require creativity but flawless play, which are two very different things, and this prompted theurge to ask the following question.
In the absence of anyone both willing and qualified, I’ve decided to write this spotlight on eDeneghra. I’ve barely begun scratching the surface on this impossibly complicated Warcaster, but I’m constantly amazed at the way she can make anything happen, as long as you can formulate a plan that’s crazy enough.