Sunday, December 25, 2016

Merry Christmas friends!

Just a quick note to all of you that are celebrating Christmas, that I hope you and your families had a wonderful time.  Work has been killing me here lately, so I've had a bit of trouble getting in the spirit.  If you've ever had to work over 70+ hours in a week, I'm sure you know what I mean.  Luckily we got the weekend off and I had an enjoyable time with my wife and family.

I received a variety of gifts, but I thought I'd share the ones that are hobby related.  My wife really surprised me this year with what appears to be the theme of "he needs a village"!  So I received terrain for two particular gaming genres I'm currently working on.

First is a bunch of buildings that will work for my Napoleonic gaming. These buildings and the bridge all came from Magister Militum.  I didn't even know they made 28mm stuff... (should I even admit that?  Does it make me a bad miniature gamer?)


And for my 15mm Sci-Fi she got me these buildings from Brigade Models.  The detail on these buildings are top-notch!


She never ceases to amaze me with her Christmas shopping.  I feel that I'm a really lucky man!

My Mom also added to my hobby supplies with my usual Christmas request of Winsor & Newton Series 7 brushes.  Sizes 0, 00, and 000.  Being someone who hates to spend a lot of money on brushes, I tend to "baby" these things and get them to survive until next Christmas.  First time I tried a Winsor & Newton Series 7 brush, because of the price horded it "saving it for something special"  6 months later I realized I had never used the damn thing and decided I was just being silly.  I do like these brushes!  Also, in the picture is the airbrush cleaning supplies I requested.  I'm hoping these things will be easier to use than pipe cleaners!


Anyway, I'm excited about my Christmas loot and I hope all of you fared just as well.

Rod

18 comments:

  1. Fantastic Christmas gifts Rod :)
    Waiting for a village painting start :)
    best regards

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    1. Thanks Michal! Can't wait to get them painted.

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  2. Nice haul Rod, Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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    1. Thank you Fran. Merry Christmas to you as well!

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  3. Great haul! Loving the Sf buildings, of course!!

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  4. It is really special when others know your needs and dreams,and add to them.
    Enjoy your hobby time.BB

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