With Oathmark posing so may questions as to what I can, or cannot, field with ease (and as little effort as possible). I am being distracted from starting anything currently sitting in the old paint queue.
I know, a glass display cabinet should contain a host of finished Master Works for my guests to ooh and ahh over. Mine is currently set up to gain a very different response from my visitors. More like, ‘haven’t you finished that yet?’ as that response might actually motivate me further… It also keeps the dust off, as I would hate to have to clean 3 years worth of dust off something that I wanted to finally paint.
But enough about that. In a small box under the game table resides a project that only three weeks ago I finally packed away, stating, ‘that lot won’t get done for years, best to just pack them away…’
In this case ‘that lot’ are a small army of Macrocosm Ogres which seem to be out of production now. No wonder I got a whole bucket of the old resin casts for less than I would pay for a takeout curry. They are simple sculpts but full of character. Sadly the Ogre cavalry don’t fit into Oathmark, yet!
What will fit, is a unit of three Ogre Linebreakers. These were trimmed up, stuck to a base and under coated in light grey before you could say ‘what about the paint queue?’
There is always some meathead muscling into the paint queue. Jerks.
Just so, always something trying to jump the queue. Being British I have to pipe up and say, that’s just not on you know…
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