Well, yet another year has almost past in Curt's Analogue Hobbies Painting challenge, and yet again, I keep forgetting to update our own blog about my progress. Greg is great about cross posting, but I always get sidetracked and think well it's up someplace already... So, with the end nearing, I figured I should at least post a few images here again and some cross links for any of the Fawcett Crew that haven't been following the other blog.
Byron's 8th Entry - All Quiet on the Martian Front - Misc. Vehicles
Several strange contraptions in 18mm for AQotMF, including some mono-wheel tanks (with training wheels), a tank with a gattling turret, and a Tesla Cannon tank.
Byron's 9th Entry - UCM ships for Dropfleet Commander
A collection of plastic space ships that in my mind combine the best of both of Babylon 5's and Battlestar Galactica's aesthetic. For a very cool new game where the actual combat and kills don't win you the game, it's all about landing troops on the planet!
Byron's 10th Entry - Late Swiss DBA army
This has been on my to do list for a long time, and I finally got around to it, my very first DBA army! Which I fondly refer to as my skittles army since they are random colours. I wanted to do better on them, but once I started I got a little lost on what is what on them (breast plates, shirts, greaves, elbow guards, etc) and as a result I ended up short cutting some things, so they are definitely table worthy, but not my best work. That's what I get for knowing nothing about a period that I am trying to paint, I just wanted to paint some pikemen, so that's how I picked the army.
Byron's 11 Entry - 30k Drop pods and assault troops
Some very cool 3d printed drop pods for my 30k Epic force along with some jump troops to help out in the assault.
Byron's 12th Entry - Kingdom Death Butcher and Malifaux Rail Golem
These were two pieces I tried OSL lighting on, in two different ways wet dotting and air brushing. Not sure I like either result, but they do work, they just don't fit what I pictured in my head.
Byron's 13th Entry - French Napoleonic command stand for Curt (from MikeA, SteveB, and Myself)
The entrance fee this year as a shared project submission. I dug around and found some extra Napoleonics that I know Curt likes and conscripted Mike and Steve as my partners to submit this piece.
More to come...
I have a few other small projects in the works, but I have managed to pass my 1000 point goal by 50% so have kind of slowed down at this point. I have already started planning the madness for next year though!