Friday, August 11, 2017

Blog Hiatus

Hello blog readers,
You may have noticed a lack of posts over the last year or so. The blogosphere is changing. Viewership and comments on blogs are decreasing and the popularity of using social media for miniatures related discussion has increased. As the models I've painted have changed I've lost touch with the regular readers of this blog and have not attracted new regular followers.

With this in mind, I won't be updating this blog regularly. I will leave existing articles up as a reference.

Many images that were hosted by photobucket are no longer viewable. Unfortunately, that service has decided to charge fees for hosting images on other websites.

If you would like to continue to see models I have painted, I regularly post models on twitter under "Rust and the City".

Thanks,

Cameron

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Malifaux McMourning (Dufresne) crew

It's been a while since I have posted. I've been doing a lot of painting but haven't been writing blog posts. Read on for some pictures of my Guild McMourning crew for Malifaux.


Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Malifaux Vintage Rasputina

Hello. Sorry the blog has been a little quiet lately. The writing has been slow but there has still been painting happening. I painted some models for Wyrd's Rotten Harvest painting competition that I couldn't share until after the competition. I painted vintage Rasputina for the "Wizards and Warlocks" category.

Monday, October 10, 2016

Malifaux December Acolytes

This week I painted some December Acolytes for my Arcanist crews in Malifaux. These models were lots of fun to paint. I pushed myself to try some freehand on these models following a tutorial from Fantasy Games (Click here for tutorial).

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Malifaux Metal Gamin

I painted these Metal Gamin for my Arcanist crews before Attack-X. I painted them as they are useful summons from the Mechanical Rider. I'd been putting off buying and painting these models for a while. Inspiration struck at the last second and I really enjoyed painting them. Read on for some more pictures.

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