if you saw my login, it was because my wife was using my computer.
it's been a year-long recovery, and i hope it goes well.
there i was, minding my own business, and watching the rest of the knuckleheads at work (a US naval shipyard). things were looking good. i was walking down the pier, headed to test some comm gear on the ship when a poorly rigged pallet of materials fell from the gantry crane 50 feet onto the pier. and guess who was in the bounce zone?
we wear different
Hmmm. Maybe I should have been a little more explicit in my photo captions. But, I actually have had a couple of comments on them. Yes, I know the pics are crappy. They were most likely taken after a long night at Trafalgar's Club in Athens (throwing darts and drinking free kamikazes). And, yes, I am fully aware that "Spot the dragon" is shown unpainted. I apologise for his nekkidness on a minis-painting forum. He was in the batch, and got loaded up with the rest of them. If you could
Okay, so I'm lazy. Or just too busy at the moment doing other stuff. Who knows?Anyway, I have managed to find some old (ca 1988 or so...) pics of some of my ealry efforts. As soon as I can get scanner time, I'll get them posted. Then let the criticism begin!I really need to get a digital camera. Film is great, especially when I break out the macro lenses, but I never seem to get the films developed. Thus the box containing some 65 or so rolls of film. Who knows _what_ is on them...The cold has finally
Hello? Is this thing on?Okay, so this is a noob's first attempt at making some kind of sense out of this blog thing.I've been painting figures (oops, sorry - they're called minis now) for nearly as long as I've been playing D and D. It was called Chainmail then. (1975) Yes, it rather dates me, but I don't give a monkey's armpit about opinions on that subject, and it is not up for discussion. (My son says I was there when dirt was a prototype. No, I was on the test team though.)What I will
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