Recently Painting Oaths, was blogged by the League of Extraordinary Gamers (LXG); a blog covering the many and varied games out there. On a recent trip to Salute, Phil Millar, creator of Painting Oaths; was interviewed by Tom Haswell (LXG Blog Owner).
The full interview can been seen here, but the reason I mention the blog, is not only because it’s a great informative read; but it also (unwittingly to me) used a number of photos of my models in the interview article. Those who read my previous post, will remember the Oath models I had already painted. All three appear in the article, which for me is a great honour; considering some of the other models that could have been used.
Next Sunday is the Worlds Gaming Day, which is approaching at a fast rate of knots. First up, is that tickets are no longer available for this event. With an average of 18 players in all three tournaments, it’s going to be a busy day.
Another thing that is still ongoing, is prize support/donations to the event; which we have just had another fantastic donation from KR Multicase. I can attest to the quality of these cases, having had an Aquila one for nearly 2 years. It was my main WM/H for a long while, until the models acquired outgrew the case itself. That isn’t to say it is sitting gathering dust though, it is still being used weekly, to transport primed/semi painted minis to the shop or the club. With the softer foam, it doesn’t rub off the paint; so I don’t need to keep retouching the paint.
I’m going to open up the blog to links from any manufacturer, store or blog; that would like a link from my blog to their site. If you have a banner or logo you want displayed as well, feel free to email it to me at email@example.com.
Scams/Spam/Porn is not acceptable, though bribes of miniatures/products are always welcome….for reviewing on the blog of course. Just like to add I’ve just added a link to Volt Ron’s blog, which I have to admit I hate him for getting to paint with Meg Maples.