Thursday, June 16, 2011

Coming Up for Air

Well, since it's been a while since I last posted, I figured I'd give a quick status report. Entirely Anima progress, I'm afraid. Those of you hoping for some 40k goodies will have to wait a bit. I've finished painting another wanderer, Akio Kageshima, and gotten a couple of Samael figures (Fallen Angel Dinah, Fallen Angel Ophiel, Konosuke, Dark Cheshire, and Janiel) painted.
Now, however, I'm in the middle of my final for this class, a research paper on nuclear waste disposal, for which I get to read through 300+ pages of government reports (so far). This has, as one would expect, caused painting (and photographs thereof) to come to a halt. Even this post is being snuck in between reading reports as my eyes were beginning to glaze over.
I'm hoping to get my bibliography and outline done tonight so that I can start putting a dent in painting either Bael or Shinigami Ayl. At this point I can only hope. There will be a two-day gap between my class ending and my next two classes beginning, so here's hoping I can sneak in a game or two then, as right now it's totally out of the question. I'm hoping to go over to my local G.W. or over to one of my friends' places for a game of Warhammer Fantasy, but who knows?

...But for now, back to studying Yucca Mountain.


  1. Hi, I'm curious for the result. I hope you post some pictures of your projects. greetz

  2. That's a whole lot of research for a summer class. At least the end of the first stretch is in sight. I found that when I had less time to paint because of schooling that I got more enjoyment out of it. If you've hit some speedbumps, as have I, then perhaps this will help right your ship. And there's a bright side: I think you get a whole week off between the end of the summer semester and the beginning of the fall.