Work in Progress Wednesday 10-21-2015: Welcome to the Future!

Posted: October 21, 2015 in Malifaux, Wargaming, Warhammer 40k, Work in Progress Wednesday, Works in progress
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The Future arrives today! Conveniently the Future arrived on Work in Progress Wednesday, the day on which I reveal to you more likely visions of what the future will hold! While I can’t promise you hoverboards, I can promise you painted miniatures! For Malifaux I’ve been working on The Captain, Mechanical Rider, and Malifaux Child and I’ve also been working on this Sigismund of the Imperial Fists from Forge World as a commission piece.

You may¬†notice that the Malifaux Raptor conversion I have been working on it conspicuously missing from these photos–that’s because it’s made the move from work in progress to nearly finished, I just need to complete the basing! Ok, so technically it’s still a work in progress, but it’s so close to being finished that I don’t want to spoil the final reveal.

That’s all for this week, hopefully the hover-conversion on my car will be complete by the time I get home from work; the time that will save me on my daily commute will let me get more painting done!

  1. VoltRon says:

    I do so love seeing more Malifaux pop up in my feed!

    • gusladogames says:

      I tend to paint what I’m most enjoying playing and lately that has been Malifaux. Really enjoying the size of the relative balance of the game and the decision making process of each action; also the minis are a ton of fun to paint and I never get the “only 20 more Space Marines to paint until this army is ready” feeling with Malifaux. Also helps that the community has managed to maintain a mostly positive attitude which is quite refreshing.

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