It’s been a busy week with quite a few projects finished and some fun too. I even managed a trip to the cinema and a bit of Halo Wars 2.
So what did I get up to?
First up I built a few Halo kits just for fun – they’re snap together, really easy and it reminds me how serious we can make our hobby when it can be just pure fun. They have stickers, not decals, they’re not painted but they went together really easily:
Next up, I worked on getting the nasty gluing out the way on my background trees. The video is on MRVP this month. The results were great:
But my poor airbrush booth is a real sight:
I’m glad that batch is over!
I also finished filming my next MRVP video on midground trees:
I’m really pleased how they came out!
I did also get almost all my first YouTube Kino video done:
It’s a great kit from Doug Foscale’s Diorama Blitz new range which he sent for me to build. It’s a beautiful kit and I wish I had more time to build it as it’s so much fun to do. I’ve built all the wooden parts and started painting.
I was hoping to get on to some airbrushing for the next YouTube video on painting stone and stucco but editing videos took most of my weekend. I don’t think you realise how much time editing takes until you do it. It takes me longer to edit than record sometimes!
Here’s where I am so far though:
I’m also still dwelling on slate and was wondering whether to scratch that itch with the BRM cakebox challenge to do a diorama in 8″ square:
That looks like fun!
Time now to go and play some more Halo Wars 2.