I recently came across an interesting ‘Infographic’ from over at Happify.
The people at Happify really know what they’re talking about, and its worth checking out for advice and tips on increasing your own wellbeing (Or that of your partner). Read the rest of this entry »
First I’ll review the current setup, before looking at recent developments and future purchases. Things have been quite busy in the last few weeks. Read the rest of this entry »
Over the weekend I started playing some PC games and decided that it was better to use a game pad.
It was at that point I discovered that my trusty PC wireless adaptor for my Xbox 360 gamepad(s) had stopped working, as in dead. I tried to revive it in every way I could, but I gave up and figured it was a case of fix or buy new. Read the rest of this entry »
I actually finished painting him up a few weeks ago, and I’m pleased with the effort I put into him. I was going to post more progress on him but I’ve been very busy recently and so have only just got around to it, while sporadically working on the model.
I had some trouble with this model, due to a bad Finecast mould. Read the rest of this entry »
Well here I am again, for the second time, talking to myself about the experience of living in Netherlands.
This time, it’s the seasonal subject of Sinterklaas, which is an interesting one for varying degrees of good and bad. Around this time of year there is an awful lot of discussion about sinterklaas in the Netherlands, which I have observed brings with it either a sense of child-like glee and anticipation or scepticism and suspicion, depending on who you ask.
I’ll try to explain… Read the rest of this entry »
Slow progress with the pair of Dreadnoughts continues at my usual glacial pace.
I’ve since begun with painting, using my airbrush to get a nice even coat across both models and beginning with base detailing. So far its just Dark Metal and some Leadbelcher to pick up the metal bits before doing the other base colours. Other bits to pick out will be the purity seals, scrolls, skulls and lenses. Read the rest of this entry »