My new airbrush setup arrived today (along with the 4'x4' TriCity neoprene battlemat from Gamemat.eu) and so there should be some photos soon of painted bits beginning to populate the tabletop.
Although it's been a while since my last post, things have by no means slowed down. It did get a tad too manic here of late as I was trying to get stuff done while the place was being worked on by builders for a fortnight. Just when I thought the worst of it was done... a pipe burst in the kitchen! Bugger.
Anyways, all done now and hopefully (fingers crossed) I can get back into the full swing of things.
My Shadow War: Armageddon terrain is almost entirely printed/assembled now (95% at least) and so the task turns once more to painting. The lack of any really dependable summer up here in the North of England means that the number of suitable days to get outside and prime the mountain of plastic bits has so far amounted to less than a handful. To that end, I bit the bullet and bought myself a small portable spray booth (complete with extraction fan and filters) so that I can at least air brush in volume indoors. £50 including delivery from eBay. The daylight LED strip is the one from my portable painting station until I can source a spare one.
A saltbeard Grognard who's glad he never grew up enough to lose his imagination.