HAHAHAHAHAAA……?

Ok, so I didn’t know how to start this other than….. well that because it has been long.

I know it has been ages but a lot has happened which can be summarised with:

Had a job

Lost that job

Started a company follow the link below

https://harrisongalgut.wixsite.com/harrisongalgut

Made money… but not enough to live off.

Now we are all caught up where is my army coming along. Well, I have no grand model buying plans like my brother but instead, I do have lots of models still needing painting. But a whole lot more need spraying and with a storm raging through London that will have to wait.

The picture for this post is the 4 models I painted today.

Wooooo!!!!

I honestly hate the painting and building of models. But you know what really grinds my gears!!! The silly little flimsy horns on models and the ridiculous amount of detail in the plastic. Like, I understand that its cool to be able to have extra detail but its getting near the point of needing an MA in Fine Art and Sculpture to paint models well.

Anyway, I feel this rant is now long enough.

Happy New Year and check the link out.

https://harrisongalgut.wixsite.com/harrisongalgut

Harry Out!

PS I also seem to have forgotten a good washing technique…¬†Readers if you know one leave it in the comments cus honestly I have no idea other then drench it.

PPS Who knew having a photography company would mean better photos for the page….. psych it does when I can be bothered to get the kit out.

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Basing models

Now that my brother has displayed how simple his army is to paint I’ll show both him and you how easy it can be to base models.

What’s basing?? I hear you cry

Well basing is when you apply some sort ground to the base of your model. It use to be this complicated faff involving PVA glue and sand or fake grass, and by the end your models looked worse then if you just left them standing on nothing.
Although this has changed for the better you can now buy base paint’s which look good on your models base’s. I personally use the mud coloured one.
So it’s super simple, don’t believe me? you just simply paint it on.


 

I tend to put a bit on the feet as I believe it adds a bit of authenticity to the mud.

Super easy right.
Harry out