So I had a small change in plans this weekend. Next week at the FLGS we have a 42point tournament and I wanted to get my Father Lucant ready for the tournament. Now you all know I hate playing with unpainted models but I will for this tournament cause I want to play my Convergence army, but I absolutely refuse to play models that are not assembled. So Father Lucant had to get painted cause I have been planning something big for his base which meant that he had to be painted off the base. So I had to get him done up otherwise I just would not of felt right.

Now lets talk about the base a little. This is something that I saw someone else do with their Father Lucant on facebook and I thought it was an awesome idea as the model just looked like he needed to be standing over something, but what I couldn't decide at first. Well I was cleaning up some stuff in the basement and I cam across a couple wreck markers and one of them happened to be Menoth, and then I thought that would be perfect as I have a strong dislike of the Menoth army. Then I had the joy of trying to figure out how he would be best posed on the damn thing as there really isn't many places good for footing. In the end I figured it out and I really like the end result of having him standing over a dead Crusader.

Hey gang, just wanted to post up one more personal piece before I get fully immeresed in what might just be the last GW commission I take on. Thats right folks I am thinking of specializing in PP models because I like the sculpts better, they have more detail, and I just actually enjoy painting them more than GW. But getting away from that comment... here is the Corollary for my Convergence of Cyriss army.

I have been working on her off and on for several days now as real life has allowed me too, and I am happy to report that she is finally done. I have not hated many models from Privateer Press... but this one I did. Lots of fiddly parts and kind of a pain to put together. She is a model that has to be painted in pieces and assembled after the fact. Now this model I chose to do something different to see how it looks and to decide if I want to do it to the whole army, I chose to mark the facing on the bases. For that color I chose to go with Arcane Blue cause it matches the tokens and the dice I have for this army. Let me know what you think.

Hey gang... I wanted to post up pictures of a Razorwing Griffon I did up for one of the guys at my FLGS, because I love this model I enjoyed painting him and I think it turned out well. I sent pictures to the client and he said he likes it and can't wait to pick him up this weekend. Also in the commission is Megalith, pKruger, and Ghetorix. All I have left of this job is Ghetorix so I have some more pictures to take and share.

Okay so I am not going to do some big elaborate April Fools prank like everyone else this year. I think this April I am just going to be more serious and fill all of you in on what all I have been up to... cause damn the studio has been rocking the last month or so.

In March there was a couple Circle Orboros commissions for one of the local gaming crew. Also for the local crew there was that 2 player Warmachine starter set and then there was a Retribution commission too. So March was busier than I expected it to be... not that I am complaining as it was nice to be busy, but personal projects have started to collect a fine layer of dust on them.

On a non-painting side note I took the Convergence up to the shop and play a couple games with them even though they are not painted, and let me tell you... it was the most fun I have had playing Warmachine in a long time. It is nice to play a different army every now and then. Don't get me wrong I still love my Khador and I have grand plans for the next expansion of the army, but every now and then you just have to change things up so you don't get burned out.

For April its looking like one more Circle commission for the moment and and more Dark Angels. Beyond that I don't know what all else the future might hold for me. Kinda hope I can work on some personal projects.