I carpet bombed this thing with some lightbox photos yesterday, because I got a handful of dudes painted over the week… but it wasn’t exactly smooth sailing.
I knocked out Skabbik’s Plaguepack, then started on the Warcry Questor Soulsworn (because I see some Warcry in the future and because they catch up my painted Stormcast to 2k). I got bored painting the Stormcast, though, because I hate painting cloaks and capes, so I started painting the Nighthaunt Headsmen’s Curse and Drepur’s Wraithcreepers. I got bored painting them, though, because their scenic bases have way too much crap on them, so I started painting the animals that fill out the Ogre warbands. (Hrothgorn has been fully painted except for that Frostsabre, and Blackpowder’s only had the Ogre painted.)
Got them done in a day, went back to the ghosts (which I’ve since finished), and now I’m back to the Stormcast. Working my way back down the stack.
Got the capes finished on Labor Day, so at least those are done. Should be a straight shot to done for these turkeys.
I painted these way back, but somehow forgot to take photos of them.
I took on too large a batch of battlemechs. I forget why I chose these: I think they were to get some boxes fully painted, but they don’t all clearly map to them so who knows. Point is: I took on too many at once, and then once I got them ready for decals, I added a few more, which slowed things down even more. They’re done, now.
This guy’s a printed mech: it’s an objective marker.
Made a couple of small tweaks to my prototype: found a better source to create the logo SVG from (the Wyrdhollow rulebook PDF, not some random image found on Google), and made the magnet holes a little bit deeper.
Everything’s held together with magnets, and there are magnets on the side for the removable tray to snap into place. It fits in the deckbox, taking the space of 3-4 decks (less if on its side, I think).
Pretty happy with it!
Casey has gotten into Warhammer Underworlds, so I guess I am, too. Dissatisfied as I am with the available token organizers, and given that designing gaming tools has become a bit of a hobby in itself to me… a prototype. Designed to fit in a card box.