Wholesale Accounts for the Aspiring Warlord

If you're like most gamers you have a garage full of unpainted models.  Or you assemble them and push around your grey horde every week at your local shop.  But no longer!

How it Works
You pay a certain amount every month and get a credit for more than what you paid. When you are ready to set up a project you just draw from your pool and we get it done.

Even at the lowest level you could get an army painted every three or four months.  And at a wholesale rate.

You get painted models.  We get regular payments.  It's a one year commitment-- a handshake deal.  I have the artists on hand to take care of it.

But wait, there's more...
For the duration of your deal you get wholesale cost on the models for your projects.  Whatever we pay, that's what you pay-- usually 25-30% off.

Level One
not offered anymore.
It was too much accounting

Level Two
$500 per month for a $800 credit
Percentage off = 42%
At this level you can get L3/4/5 work done

Level Three
$1200 per month for a $2200 credit
Percentage off = 45%

Level Four
$4000 per month for a $8000 credit
Percentage off = 50%
At this level you will have a private dedicated team working on your projects

Level Five
$8000 per month for a $18000 credit
Percentage off = 56%
At this level you will have a large private dedicated team working on your projects
I mean, what would you even do with this.  It's like getting six huge armies a month done.  I guess a company might need this to subsidize kickstarters.

You pay shipping: $10 flat per package in the US, and $30 overseas (most places)

Can I get multiples of the same deal?
Yes, you can.

When do you pay?
The fifteenth of the month, unless arranged otherwise.

How long does the credit last?
One year.  Just have to set up the project.

For what can I use my credit?
Assembly, conversion, and painting services.
New projects only-- you can't pay for current projects (set up before 12/12/2018) with your credit (either the deposit or the final payment).

Does this combine with other credits, offers, coupons or discounts?
Nope.  This is the best shot deal.

Shawn, what makes you think you can get all this done?
Track record.
I have already done many of these types of arrangements and discharged hundreds of thousands of dollars of work.

What happens if I can't make the payment?
We just put your account on hold until you can get it started again.  It's paused.

Old Level One
$200 per month for a $300 credit
Percentage off = 33%
At this level you can get L2/3/4 work done
At the end of a year you'll have four or so armies painted up.

Hall of Heroes

I have something nice to say about someone.

Many people have been great to me over the years.  Here are a few of the greatest.

Cameron Kendell

Out of all the Art Directors that have graced the hallowed halls of Blue Table Painting, Cameron has easily left the best and deepest mark.  Many of the techniques and materials lists used today are from his tireless and ingenious work.  On top of that, Cameron is a drama-free human, an everyday soul who carries out his life with rock hard work ethic.  I can't say enough good things.

He currently runs his own art studio, writing children's books and sculpting, or whatever.  If only there were more of him in the world!


Rich Kilton
Everyone knows about Rich from BTP battle reports, and our famous Orks vs Eldar rivalry (also known as the Stupid Orks vs Graceful and Intelligent Eldar). But there's more.

During 2015 I was living in my studio, just recently divorced, and I went down to the basement storage and realized that I was just a day away from running out of food.  That same day Rich came by, to visit and check on me and noticed the low supplies.  He came back later with boxes of food. After he left I wept openly.  I would be OK.

That whole year he came a few times a week, ostensibly to shoot the bull about gaming stuff,  but really he kept me alive.  He listened patiently to my long rambles.  Rich truly is that GREAT FRIEND that is there when the chips are down.

Judy and Kendall Barrowes

In the tranquil berg of Spanish Fork, Utah, the community activity and service of the Barrowes is legendary.  I had the good fortune of living in the same neighborhood as this un-assuming yet stellar family.  When we first moved there in 2004, Judy made the mistake of asking if there was anything I needed.  Our home wasn't ready and they ended up taking us in (Myself, young wife, and two littles) for four months.  Who does that?  The Barrowes, that's who.

I mention Kendall because he gave my then-wife a job and gave me free orthodontics.  He gave me my smile.  So, thank you so much.

Many people can put on a veneer of virtue, but if you live with someone for a month the ugly part is going to come out.  We lived with Judy and Kendall for four months and I can say that the virtue goes all the way to the core.  Not perfect humans of course, but they showed me a Way of Being that I had not seen before, that humans can really be good in a natural way.  It set an example of how I would like my household to be.

Many more to come!


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