Pacific Warships

I mentioned that I've been exploring a new "speed painting" method, here are a few photos.  It's very similar to my past method but I've toned down some steps to make the process quicker:  spray can instead of airbrush, quick strategic highlights instead of layered highlights, etc.

Let me know what you think.


More photos of past painting :)

And...  here are some more.  Pacific USN early war and late war.

I'm still around... few old photos

Yep, I'm still around.  In fact, I painted some new 1/2400 just the other day using a technique that isn't too hard on my back.  I hope to post some photos in the near future.  In the mean time, here are a couple of photos from something I painted a few years ago.  I was too lazy to take good photos so these quick phone pictures will have to do.


More Wargaming Surplus Sell-offs

I've been cleaning out my office and have a few more items that I've posted on eBay.  Take a look if you're interested!

Painted Miniatures up for Auction. 15mm and 1/285

Many of you know that I have been unable to do any real painting since back surgery last year.  My painting style requires a lot of patience and focus and it's just too painful on my back to do this any longer.  The pictures below are the last detailed miniatures that you will ever see from me :(

The miniatures below are also up for auction.  They were a joint painting effort between my wife and I (she's very talented).  Feel free to take a look at eBay if you're interested and please ignore the dolls up for auction (unless you like dolls of course).  In addition to back problems I also have teenage daughters who no longer want anything to do with the dolls they've collected over the years, lol.

Thanks for visiting!

Flames of War 15mm:

GHQ 1/285:

Wargaming Surplus Sell-off!!!

I've been unable to paint on account of my back surgery and I'm clearing out some additional non-essential miniatures - both painted and unpainted.

Checkout eBay if you're interested in getting some great deals!

Some of the stuff includes:

1/6000 Ships - Painted

Timecast 6mm Stalingrad Buildings

Lots of 1/6000 Figurehead Ships - Unpainted

Lots of Picoarmor/Oddzial Osmy - USN and IJN

1/600 Picoarmor Aircraft - Painted with flight stands

Taking a Break... Back Surgery

It's been a few months since I've posted any new work.  In fact, I think I've had only 1 or 2 posts in the past year.  This has been due to a heavy schedule and also chronic back problems that have plagued me for the past several years.

This reduction in posts is going to continue for awhile and perhaps will drastically change my ability to enjoy this hobby.  A few weeks ago, I underwent back surgery as these chronic issues escalated and I began to lose feeling and muscle function in my leg and foot.  Surgery went well and I'll be spending the next few months trying to become a new man.

If any of you have experienced something similar and have found a way to enjoy this hobby AFTER something like back surgery, let me know...  I'm interested in hearing how you did it.  I read and watch many of your blogs and websites, I'll be continuing to do that as I find it very enjoyable!

Take Care!

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