Okay so I haven’t actually done any painting, but I have got the mausoleum finished…
I had a bit of an exciting lunchtime as I tried to set my school on fire when the toaster failed to pop up… at least I know the smoke alarms work! Full evacuation occurred, plus I didn’t get any lunch as it was carbonised!
So after faffing around for ages I managed to sit down and do some painting.
Here is my Priest of Sigmar for my Witch Hunter force. He has joined my flagellants on the nearly finished list.
I printed off most of my Reikland troops today. I may have forgotten to slice two of them as I only have seven miniatures. To be fair I didn’t really scroll through the drive slowly so they may be there. Either that or I saved them somewhere odd, which is more likely.
I am sat here listening to the wind driving the rain against the window… it is not a nice night. I believe the snow is coming back tomorrow, which will be a change from relentless rain.
Well I cracked on this evening and got the possessed pretty much done.
I could do with adding a bit of shading onto the weapons. All in all I am quite pleased with these. I 3D printed a horde of skulls which I will add to the bases. I now have the ability to make my own tufts so I will see what coloured grass I have.
I also started printing some walls with railings…
I am rather pleased with these. Each section takes 1 hrs 22 minutes to print. I am thinking of going for a 3 x3 section which I will turn into a graveyard… the gateway below is from this set and to be honest looks too big, but I will see what they look like with it.
I eventually got the gatehouse finished. Probably close to sixty hours in total print time but I am very pleased with it.
I was going to do the portcullis, but decided against it as it would be a bit of a faff to lift it up and down. If it was down it would block movement and if it was up then it would stop miniatures getting in the building.
I am going to check the files to see if there any walls to go with it.
Tonight we nearly had a bit of a disaster over dinner. Expected at 18.30 eventually got to eat it at 21.00. For some reason the gas stove decided to play silly buggers and decided that it would only cook at simmer temperatures. Luckily the roast pork was already cooked, everything else had to be cooked very, very slowly. Thankfully this did not happen when the power went off. I think it is the valve outside the house as all of the rings etc were the same.
After dinner I managed to get a bit more paint on the Possessed warband…
Still a fair old bit of white but I am getting there.