The occasional 'doh-I-poked--the-sleeping-troll' article happens on Bell sometimes - there are a ton of active participants and many times that more readers, so surprises happen. Usually they're good enough for at least one really inept personal attack. This dude has three names, much like a serial killer.
Because mouth-breathing is also a serial crime.
As an aside, rarely have I had an article that missed the mark so widely. I wanted to write an honest discussion about MEQ and CMEQ, with a view toward chatting about what people see when they sit across the table.
I'm interested in knowing how much the overall look of an army influences people's perception of it. It's a conversation that really interests me.
Instead Blogger was undergoing maintenance, so what was an easy 1 hour article turned into a 5 hour mess. I couldn't upload pics so was trying to make my point with pictures that were already on the server thanks to previous articles. Blogger finally shook down and I was able to get something up.
By that time, I'd finished the rewrite, but thought the original idea was superior. Being two hours past my bedtime, I thought, "I can bang this out quick!" then proceeded to play Dr. Frankenstein with all the parts...
...creating a monster.
I wouldn't admit it there - why give someone ammo - but I woke up this morning and read it over again while downing my first cup of coffee; it was a definite 'Oh, Shit' moment.
I don't think it was terrible, but God knows Bell of Lost Souls didn't need one more more Counts-As article, which is basically what I wrote.
You can see the skeleton of what I intended right before I was like, "Aw, I'll leave that in! The audience just loves Space Wolves Counts As armies. I'm sure they'll shower me with whisper-soft kisses!"
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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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