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Lock n’ Load: A Painter’s Journey to the Competition – Aftermath

Welcome back to the final installment of my Lock n’ Load diaries! Sit back, grab a beverage, and go to the bathroom before you start reading…this one’s going to be a long one. I had a great time, and actually got in a lot less gaming than I thought I would. There were so many

Lock n’ Load: A Painter’s Journey to the Competition – Flight

  Well, this is the last entry before Lock n’ Load Begins tomorrow. I’m excited to play some games, get some new toys, and have some fun! Rather than spoil this entry with my ramblings, how about just some pictures of models instead?   Warjack Main Entry: [singlepic id=462 w=320 h=240 float=center]

Lock n’ Load: A Painter’s Journey to the Competition – Entry Point

Welcome back! Only 1 week left until the competition! I am documenting my thoughts, progress, hopes, and fears on the journey to my first ‘real’ gaming convention since Gencon 1994. I will be covering the before, and after of Privateer Press’ Lock n’ Load Gamefest in Seattle, and providing photos, battle reports, and results of

Lock n’ Load: A Painter’s Journey to the Competition – Anticipation

For those of you following these diaries, and who were hoping to get an installment last week, you have my deepest apologies. Life got in the way, and I ended up taking my kids out quite a bit, since it was nice. I have been consumed by painting my contest entries, and let me tell

The Impossible Road to ETC: 15pt Milestone

I have good news and bad news. Good news is that I’ve reached the 15pts milestone! Barnabas and his buddies are merrily traversing my Zuzzy mat in search of fun and adventure. [singlepic id=374 w=640 h=480 float=] Some close ups of the individual models:   Barney and his bestest buddy: [singlepic id=384 w=640 h=480 float=]

Painting Your Gators

[singlepic id=372 w=320 h=240 float=center] Crocs are cool. They and the boars seem to be the current vogue in Hordes. Unfortunately, I was never really happy with how the gators got painted in the studio. The colors are drab and swampy ( which is reasonable given that they are gators), but this just doesn’t fly