Monday, 15 February 2016

Monday Morning

Well it's Monday morning after the bonus theme round, and we're in the mid-Challenge doldrums.  I am certainly suffered from this syndrome.  I didn't have a regular post set to go for Saturday and I've had two epic failures in a row on the bonus themes.  I got the wrong type of foam for the Rock of Gibraltar (Defensive Terrain) and had a primer fail on my Mouslings (L'amour).

Fortunately we have some good stuff in this week's instalments from Team Monday as shown below.



My iPod gets in themes at times, and lately its been on a bit of an Alt-Country roll. So we'll end off with this bit of Can-Con from Kathleen Edwards.

11 comments:

  1. Looks to be a thin Monday this week, I am at least prepping figures for next week but by now I SHOULD be painting them

    Ian

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    1. You've done your bit for this week Ian, and you're sounding well up on the game for next.

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  2. Peter, great post, and fine choice of tune! And don't worry, mate. Believe me, we've all been there loads of times! Just hang in there and stick with the brushes. And don't worry about the foam - I've got that t-shirt as well!

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    1. Thanks Sidney. I am more amused that worrying over my failures. I was actually really happy when I figured out that my primer was off, I had been beating myself up over doing it wrong. It came out in a very regular very textured spray, my wife likened the effect to the spray snow used for Christmas crafts and windows decorations.

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  3. Another great pulp cover - but you really should have lent that one to Curt for the L'amour round!

    Just drafting a submission now...

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    1. Thanks Edwin, I'll look forward to your post. Curt's s big boy, he can find his own pictures..but I figured this was a nice follow on to the theme round.

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    2. That is an awesome cover and I love that you place in your own custom script - very cool.

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  4. I do like the Pulp o Mizer comic book covers. It has a very strong look.

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