What's Happening Now?
Effective immediately, Sid's Painting Service will no longer take commissions at this time. I am reluctant to do this, because I had a wonderful time painting other people's models. It has been an awesome journey for me here at Trollbloodscrum, but there are some circumstances that prevent me continuing to provide service. I had many hopes for this venture, and to see it go far, but at this moment I am at a crossroads. School is keeping me busy, and every year the work load increases; Along with it, so does the stress. This is the primary reason why I chose to close Sid's Painting Service.
That doesn't mean that I will be leaving Trollbloodscrum. I will continue to do post for the blog as often as time permits. I will post painting projects in the near future of not only Warmachine and Hordes, but minis from other games. I will continue my Tournament Performance articles, but I am going to wait for what the final SR2013 brings for the tourney season. I will be reading up on it, and give my thoughts in future articles.
Plans for the Future?
As I mentioned before I will be continuing the tourney series of articles. I had a lot of fun writing the first article, and I look forward to doing the second, but I am waiting for the final packet for SR2013.
I will be posting pictures of finished painting projects that I am currently working on. An example is that I am going to be painting all of my troll models, so that I have a fully painted army. I am doing this because never before in my time playing mini games I have never had a fully painted army, and so this is my goal for the year. I am about to finish up my krielstone unit and the UA, and will post some pics soon.
I may or may not pick up the painting service again, but that is too far down the road to say for certain. I would like to do commissions again, but I need more time to improve my skills and take care of my family.
I would like to thank you, the community, for supporting me in my efforts with the painting service. I would like to apologize to those who contacted me and planned on having me paint their models. I hope that you will be able to find someone that will be able to meet your painting needs.
Understandable, take care of the priorities in life, but a bummer nonetheless...
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