Things have gone better than expected, Sea Witch is finished; with just minor basing to finish.
I’ll be speaking to David later this week, to arrange pick up of the model he is donating. With luck, I can have them both painted and sent off; within the next week. In the meantime, I have been putting my Withershadow Combine together, ready for priming sometime this week. Not the best photo, but gives you an idea of what I have done. It’s shiny because of the varnish, this has since been dulled with Army Painter Anti-Shine. I’ll be adding another layer of gloss, then anti shine; once I have painted the front arc markings. This will be to seal the base and give the model an extra coat of protection.
Picture doesn’t do it justice, the face is a lot clearer and neater than it looks on this picture. The prizes aren’t my goal here, it is with the thought of making money for the charity. I hope someone likes it enough to give it a good home. In some ways, I will be sad to see it go; I kind of like it myself.
Full details of the event, have already been posted on this blog. This is specifically about the Painting Pink contest they are holding.
While I personally haven’t suffered the effects of cancer, a member of my family has. It can be hard to deal with and coping with the loss that sometimes happens, is even harder. I am lucky in that they were detected early and treated quickly.
So to help out with this event is something special to me. I recently bought a Satyxis Raider Sea Witch, which I was going to go with some Raiders I had ordered. Due to delays, I am holding off on that. So rather than waste the time or the model, Battle Dragon Painting (aka Me); will be painting and donating the model to the contest. I’ll post up details of the auctions, when I know of them; so we can make the lives of others suffering cancer that little easier.