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Monday, October 18, 2010

Warmachine: Witch Coven of Garlghast

Here is the Witch Coven of Garlghast I painted for Rob. I thought those witches were going to be easy to paint, but they were fiddly, tiny little details here and there. I guess I've spoiled myself painting the larger scale figures. But they got painted, so that's what counts.

It might be a while until I paint more; I'm stressing out a bit since our newspaper got sold; I'm not sure if I'll have a job, or if the new owners will pay us enough to be worth a damn. Painting helps to reduce my stress, but I find it difficult to pick up a brush when I'm this stressed.


  1. I'm sorry to hear that the turmoil at work is causing you stress. I hope everything gets sorted out for you soon and in a positive way. Good luck!

    The witch coven looks great, by the way. I really enjoy seeing the minis you paint. Thanks for all inspiration!

  2. They look amazing... like all your miniatures. And I'm sure everything will work out well. Exercising may be another way to relieve some stress.


  3. I hope your job situation improves.The coven looks superb btw.

    Best of luck,

  4. Hi Carmen, Don't let the b******s get you down, going through the same type of thing at the moment myself. Re-applying for my own job, second time within the last 14 months. Has nocked my post count over the last month. Good luck.

    All the best


  5. So things have lightened up a bit at work; future is still uncertain, but the stress level has gone way down with a few answers at work.

    I'm gonna relax the next few evenings; a little Gamma World on Saturday; and then perhaps I'll try to pick up the brush Sunday night to get some more Warmachine painted -- Cryx warjack on deck.