Only 14 Infinity models left before I move on to my next project. I have really enjoyed this process so far and putting it all on here has definitely helped as a motivational tool. In other news I have decided to just use NYPC as the tag for the painting challenge, nothing more inspirational jumped to mind.
I don’t think the process has caused my painting itself to improve any, I wasn’t really expecting it too, but my ability to be happy with the way something looks on the tabletop has.
Lessons learned so far are;
- I don’t like painting eyes so now don’t bother.
- Things definitely look better painted than not.
- I can just do a little when I have a spare 15 minutes.
- I actually enjoy it now I’m not stressing about the end result.
- It’s nice to feel a sense of achievement once a mini has been varnished and photographed.
Thanks for reading these ramblings. More miniatures Monday (if all goes to plan).
I’m not sure if this type of thing is helpful in getting people interested in the mechanics of the game but I remember the looks on peoples faces when I have given a demo game and told them they can throw grenades, drop mines or any of the other interesting things that make Infinity different to some other sci-fi games.
So for now it will continue and if it makes someone want to try the game out then I will feel like I have done my part for the community at large.
The blog got a load more hits today than usual – odd in itself as there wasn’t an update (maybe it’s better when I have nothing to say).
It turns out that someone found a link I put on the Wyrd Malifaux forum years ago about basing my Coryphee and replied to the topic. This Lazarus post has then had people look and follow the link back here.
Crazy I tells you. It has closed up the voting on the poll though with only 2 votes between the first two titles.