Comments Come Lately: Mr. Black!
But I support me some Unicorns! Your Strictly Average Unicorn is much, much nicer than say, your Strictly Average Master Manipulator (every store needs one) or Evil Homer.
Anyway. Expect the two aforementioned not-so-notables to say something clever. Just remember, the dude in this picture could totally stomp your butt.
Then poke it. He's got natural weapons.
Hoof, hoof, horn, for the Dungeons and Dragons geeks out there.
You all disgust me. Just not as much as Brent does.
I emailed Big Red and asked him for the week off. Normally if I'm tired - like I was on Monday - I'll push the Terrible Tuesday back a day, but this time I figured it was best to take the whole week.
Mildly interesting is my article would have been similar to what Reecius posted today! I've been interested in types of armies lately; what with MSU and KPD (Kill Point Denial) being so important to the meta, they naturally had a spot in the outline. This is another reason to have the long delayed Footdar against Footdar extravaganza match!
Still, Reecius wrote his article and I begged off mine - check it out HERE and see what you think.
Moving on... I don't worry about posting with the same frequency of days gone by, but still Strictly Average shoots for three to four posts a week. I just don't force it. I was quasi-busy, you see...
This week, me and the guys recorded Episode 26 of OffTopical: our little amalgam of sketch comedy and topical conversation, which is actually drawing good numbers on iTunes these days. Also, there's Skyrim.
Yea, I've been Skyrimmed. It's a thing.
Okay, here's the Comments Come Lately, from an Mr. Black article on Bell and featuring my boy Synn.
Okay - not much to say!
But say it anyway...
"If there is one thing we here at Privateer Press pride ourselves on, it's listening to our audience. You guys and gals have been d...
I've been a bit under the weather this week, but I did get some painting done. I finished up this Grey Knight Librarian for the Tim Tha...
I wanted something to test out all the weathering products I've been purchasing. You know, before I go slapping it on all my models, un...
One of the character models from a commission I'm working on for the Little Tim That Could Can.