A terrible crisis was averted however: the Brute holding the spike grenade, clearly drunk, fell from the prowler and lost his precious weapon. after hours of searching the object was thankfully located, and purple brute was demoted to hunter sponge-bath duty.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
It was a great day out, and I've been dying to get some pictures of the prowler since I built it:
Sunday, August 21, 2011
I bought a tube of FolkArt Metallic Gold months ago, AND I'VE GONE MAD WITH THE POWEEEEEERR!!!
Take the McDonald's Princess Celestia for example. Nice figure, bad paint. LET'S PRETTY UP SOME PONIES! GRAAAARRGARRRGARGH!!!
There, much better! Regal and glorious, as the queen of Equestria should be.
I also found this old Clue dagger, and realized it would make the perfect minimates weapon, but it was missing something... GOLD ME, AMADEUS!
Now that's a proper Asgardian troll-sticker!
Last but not least I stumbled across this poor paint-raped MageKnight piece in my miniatures box, and just had to do something...From Saturday morning cartoon villian to Game-breaking badass with just a few drops. Now to find more...patients. Where'd the cat go...
Thursday, August 4, 2011
The terrible heat curse this land has been under for months has finally broken today, and what activity did I choose for this wondrous occasion? Why, the only appropriate one of course, taking pictures of toys!
First, a quick review of my victims-
Hatchet: When you collect as many Transformers as I do, car-to-robot gets old fast. Thank god for hatchet, the freakin' JET-TO-LION! He's the best at what he does, and what he does is crunch faces.
Laserbeak: When we first saw this figure, I was none too impressed. Of course after he stole the entire movie, I had to have one. Damn am I glad I did, because this toy just oozes personality. And so posable! For a figure without arms, he can be dynamic with the best of them.
Alright, Let's throw down some eye porn!
Special thanks to my wonderful wife for getting me these fantastic spawning day gifts. Best wife ever.