The therapeutic power of a hobby is amazing. I have been so busy with work for the last few months I have not touched any Micro Armor in as long. Just taking a few minutes tonight to throw a little paint (first of three colors) on a few minis made me feel good and remember why I do this. Next step (probably tomorrow) is to apply the camouflage colors, this is will be a good job for my new Sotar 20/20 airbrush.
Trial run for our big Thunder Run game scheduled for tomorrow night. Tonight we had three players and we had a great time. Two guys ran the Iraqi forces and one guy ran the Americans. The Americans were outnumbered two to one and got their asses handed to them but they made a great effort. The entire exchange lasted about 7 turns and tool a little over two hours to play. Tomorrows game should have at least 6 players and take 4 or 5 hours.
This project is going right up to the wire. It’s early Tuesday morning right now and I’ve got to have these boards at a convention in Los Angeles on Friday. It’s going to be close. Honestly, they could go just as they are right now .. but I really want to get a lot more detail added before Friday and if I can somehow manage it I would love to get one more row of boards on the east end of the set.
The water in the pond is going in one layer at a time. It looks a little white in this photo but it dries clear
The three boards at this end were added tonight.
I’d like to add three more boards to this end if there is time before Friday