Here we are again, Dear Readers, with another painting update!
I really made some headway into doing this mini, as it is a semi-commission, one I am doing for a kiddo at my Sunday League table (she’s brand new and I do the first mini for newbies for free and charge after that one).
With no further ado, here she is!
As you can see, I got quite a bit done. You can’t see it very well, but I got her pants painted as well, going with Commando Green, and, like the pouches on her sides, Rigid Leather.
I’m really leaning into and loving the direction I’m taking with the metallic colors, using Azure Magic, Elven Armour, Evil Chrome (the coppery color), and Bright Gold.
I’m not sure what I’m going to paint the staff, but I am leaning towards a black metallic, with the clear magic being a purple if I can pull it off (going to mix a blue and red wash and see what I get). We’ll see.
In any case, that’s what I have for today! I’ll be bringing you more painting updates throughout the week, as usual.
Battletech Side Note
So I received, with my Kickstarter, a Fortress-class Dropship. I was…disappointed, to say the least, with that add-on as the mold was…not good. Here’s what I am talking about.
The top and bottom don’t actually fit together. So I contacted the Kickstarter shopper, Quartermaster Logistics, and told them of the problem, including pictures. They are hopefully sending a new one soon. It’s not even a CGL model, though, which surprised me. It’s actually an Iron Wind Metals miniature.
Yes it’s map scale and not Mech scale, but that’s fine. I have a dropship. And that’s what matters. Hopefully, in the next few months, I will be able to afford to get the Mech scale Leopard-class dropship that’s being sold on Etsy.
Again, we’ll see.
Thanks again for tuning in, and as always…
Until next time, Dear Readers…