Archive | 2019

HiO’19 – ISS, ISS Baby to go, to go~

Greetings! New stuff! Yay! I started an Infinity project, with which I am finally going to see some airbrush action and get acquainted with another tool of the trade. Infinity models are actually a good place to practice, daunting as the models may be they are actually pretty decently suited for such a painting method. […]

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HiO ’19 – April Sucks and May Doesn’t

So yeah… April was a pretty busy month. Not all too much going on besides stressful days at work and some other issues irl that had to be dealt with. Finally that crazy month is over and now we have awesome May here to get back into the swing of things. I have finished three […]

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HiO’19 – More Snazzy Shit and Projects to Come

Soooooo… Thinks have been quiet for quite some time. Unfortunately life just comes and goes as it pleases. My buddy Jim has been holed up with personal stuff and literally life altering changes (good ones), which kicks ass. I’ve been dealing with some health issues and a lack of a PC at home for nearly […]

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HiO ’19 – This is Bat Country

We can’t stop here, this is sort of, well not really, bat country! My pal Jim and I have been busy bees, he more or less a lot more than me. Current results for our little competition are up! Jim is still leading… like a mother trucker with FIVE whole achievements and 15 finished models! […]

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HiO ’19 – Catching up on progress already made

As mentioned in the post before this one, Jim has already finished a bit of his Heat is On achievements. Currently he has two finished achievements and one in progress. His first was to paint this fella/gal using an airbrush. A tool he is not really familiar with (one I will be exploiting for the […]

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Hiatus and the Heat is On ’19

My hobby blog has always been something I enjoyed having on the side. A little way for me to share part of my hobby and interests with the few to non-existent people who are interested enough to check it out. It’s a great tool to document progress and my miniature painting output. Where I do […]

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