1. Get a Gallery Page
I have been stewing about this for a while, but never really done anything with the idea. I will have to work with thegreatblah to get this page nice and clean looking. Also, I want it to be user friendly, so that you don't get lost in the interwebs.
I will also be posting project pics from projects past, so a lot of them you have already seen, but it is more for my benefit; I like to see what I have done in the past, and keep a record of it. This gallery will all be based on commissions, that I pick up.
2. Get Examples for Pricing Page(s)
I will be showing 1 maybe 2 examples of work for each category. It might be from past projects or from my own models. This will not just be for Warmachine/Hordes, but also for 40K/WHFB. I will be picking up some 40K stuff in the near future, just for this purpose (also if 6th Ed. proves to be better than 5th, and I might play again). Malifaux I am not completely familiar with, but I am still looking into the game, and seeing what a good price for them might be.
There are some other games that I might be interested in getting and learning how to play, but I haven't decided what yet. Infinity looks really good, and their models look absolutely awesome! I could use them for my Sci-Fi RPG campaign I am writing right now.
3. Set a Clear Cut Schedule to Follow
This summer has been a little irregular for me, due to the fact that my wife has been gone for the past 3 weeks, Lock and Load happened, and the continual job hunt proving to be quite stressful. I may not set Shenanigans to be on a certain day, but Saturdays and Sundays are usually best for me to do things. I would love to go back to Saturday Shenanigans!
I am currently putting Tenacious Techniques on hold while I am in this process of reorganizing the painting service.
That is what is on my plate right now, and I am really excited to get things rolling, and keep things fresh!
For those who have not been to the PP Forums, I posted my Mountain King there, and got some good advice. I mostly just wanted to get a table top paint job on him, and not really stress too much on it. I want to use him a lot, so putting a Studio Quality work on him would not be in my best interests (because I am overly cautious about studio quality figs that I have painted, and will 9 times out of 10 freak out on the inside and pop a blood vessel and maybe a few brain cells).
So......Here is my Moutain King everybody!
|Poor Mulg. :(|
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