Kindness can be hard, especially when I'm angry.
Story of the day: I pulled out of my driveway and nearly T-bone a car blocking the entire road. I was furious. How could some idiot just leave their car like that.
The house next door has been without a family but a realty company owns it and on occasion is there. So I look over, ready to yell and scream but there was not one person outside.
I marched up to house. Looked inside and pounded on the window. When a woman appears puzzled and is shocked to learn her car was not in the driveway.
I had to gulp my anger and very kindly inform her that it was blocking the road. .
She began thanking me profusely for letting her know. She was stunned to realize the car had slide down the entire driveway. .
I'm not sure who was more kind. But I was still livid and need to vent. 😉
Painting up my bard for the new campaign I'm in. This will be my second mini I've ever painted! Still a lot more work to do, but I think I
it's looking pretty good so far. 😊 #dnd#minipainting#nerdforlife#rainydays
The legend himself, Warboss Pingas Stompa, the Ork that started me on the path of green.
It’s been a few years but his paint job still holds up, I haven’t really done a lot of painting on this level since him so we’ll see what happens next time I have a character to paint ( I mean I have several to paint...I just haven’t gotten around to them yet.)
Blue-bird days. (Sunny, cloudless weather, typically after a night of snowfall.) It’s true that you learn something every day. 💙 And I learned this all because of painting these blue birds today. 💙 All available for sale.
My shading on this one has really improved as well as the use of edge highlighting. I also attempted a glowing effect on the lens which kind of worked? Oh well I'm happy with the the result. My next Ork I'm going to spice up by dressing the base a little.