Nothing to report - the website is under construction now, so I'm fitting that between work and the start of school.
As a curiosity, one of the families we've worked with at the agency (Inheritance Adoptions) was selected by Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. The reveal was last week, and the episode will air in about 8 weeks, but these last two weeks were crazy.
Just to fit some content in here, I have a tournament this weekend at the FLGS. Hosted by Galaxy Comics and judged by the Master Manipulator (every store needs one), there will be numerous armies slugging it out, including my Daemons, Evil Homer's Guard, Big Whit's Chaos Space Marines, Gauthic's Dark Eldar, the Original Tony's White Scars, the Other Other Tony's Tau.., and so on and so on.
I'm still working out a list, and I'll admit I'm a bit directionless. Do I include the Blood Crushers, even though I don't much like using them? How about the 3 DP's of Tzeentch, which I enjoyed but didn't lead me to any brilliant wins?
I've had a vague plan to build toward, testing some ideas on the way. Once idea I've put a lot of hope in was the Herald on Jugger in a unit of Bloodletters... and while it's been okay, it hasn't exactly run off. I may have to shake things up and try something new.
Or should I? You see, in the past it's been that thinking that's screwed me, where I end up taking something unfamiliar, something I have no experience using, and it usually bites me in the ass.
So in short, I'm going to run a variation of the lists I've used. I don't think it will be brilliant but my goal is to represent myself well at this level - not necessarily win the whole thing.
That comes later. I'm out - Brent
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One of the character models from a commission I'm working on for the Little Tim That Could Can.
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