Picture: new Dark Elf Corsairs. This is one of the best plastic kits I've ever seen. They make rocking Drow, too. There is also a new Cold One Knight plastic kit and I think they finally got the cold ones right. More than right, they are spectacular.
This morning was the usual: up at the crack of dawn, typing away. I am behind on my emails, but not by very much. I am watching the second season of Stargate: Atlantis. I didn't like the show at first because I started too close on the heels of Stargate: SG-1.
One by one the family got up and we headed out to the church to clean and vacuum. I forgot to pick up the key, so we drove around the ward looking for one. I vacuumed while Jonah and Tamie did the bathrooms. That's some good family time.
After that I ate a half watermelon for lunch and headed down to the studio. Finding myself alone there I wrapped up some work until Renn showed up for our game. Everything is pretty much caught up.
A bitz order came in, so that will get some orders underway: phoenix lords, eldar bfg ships et. al.
When I arrived home around 7pm I found my ultra-pregnant wife splayed out on the couch with her feet in a soaker. They are starting to swell up as usual. After tending to her, we put the kids to bed. By the end of the day she's about had it with the kids, (nevermind she has bowling ball shoved in with her other guts, sitting right on top of the bladder) and I show up, full of love and patience. So, it's really not fair, because if I had to juggle them for ten hours I would be at the end of my rope, too. But it's good for the kids because they've had about a truck-load of nagging and they're tuning her out.
By the end of the evening I had about sixty minutes worth of 40K battle footage. That was a real fight because we were dealing with kids/bed at the same time.
At long last we settled down to watch Scorpion King 2, a movie that is so bad that it's comical. It was really making my eyes water. But I did get some ideas for my D&D game.
Now Booking for September
My main business concern right now is getting September booked up. There's only one week left and there are like ten slots still open for this coming month. That has me concerned.
Booking a project is easy. We need three things:
1) The models (or a list of models to be acquired).
2) A deposit as indicated on the Project Breakdown spreadsheet
a. Pay by phone with major Credit Card 801 372 8545
b. Pay via Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
c. Pay by MO (see website Service Guide for details)
3) The Instructions .doc sheet filled out and returned.
If you don't want to mess with all that, you can even call me and set up everything over the phone.
Posted by Blue Table Painting at 10:03 PM