|Amy's Armies on Parade board from 2015|
- Improving my painting: One of the things I have wanted to change the way I paint for many years but have never been sure how to. You see all these amazing painters and that is something to aim for but you can't do that over night. Watching Amy's painting evolve has shown me that I don't need to improve over night and to try out new skills. It can be very easy to get stuck in a rut when painting. We always go on about the hobby butterfly but I think that it is important to have different projects, you need to have different projects to try out different and new topics
- Getting projects done: Seeing the speed at which Amy paints her models has made me want to finish of projects. Trying to set yourself goals and targets is really good. I've found tournaments are really good for this. Or maybe a painting a competition, or that game next Friday. Showcasing or playing with a fully painted force against another full painted force is brilliant, and seeing this army expand as it did is the sort of thing has prompted me to try and finish of some of my projects.
The Twitter Community
My Favourite ModelSo as with any collection you have one or two models that are your favourite, and this collection is no different. For this collection it has to be Amy's Dread Saurian. As you some of you have realised I loved forge world (what gives it away) and this model is no exception and Amy has done it so much justice. It fits beautifully in with her army and it's a wonderful paint job. Definitely a worthy centre piece for any army.
And that is it for today. If you want to follow Amy on any of the social media check out the links below to find her profiles. I should be bringing you another showcase some time in the week with Amy's Fyreslayers and Ogors with discussion as to why those armies helped me get into Age of Sigmar.
Hope you all enjoyed that and have a great weekend.