18 May 2009

Bits for Sale/Trade

I was rummaging through my bits this evening, and found a few things I'd like to hock and wanted to give the FTW community the first bite at the apple, as it were. There are two lots for your consideration and details are as follows:

Lot 1: Scouts. All items must go together. You will receive:
1 partially built scout
3 legs
4 torsos
5 heads
1 heavy bolter
1 missile launcher
3 bolter arms
4 shotgun arms
5 bolt pistol arms
5 close combat weapon arms
Various accessory bits

Lot 2: Transfer Sheets. Take your pick from:
12 normal infantry transfer sheets
5 normal vehicle transfer sheets
2 Space Wolves vehicle transfer sheets
1 Space Wolves Bike Squad transfer sheet
1 Ultramarine Bike Squad transfer sheet
1 Blood Angel Bike Squad transfer sheet

Contact me at mss1087@gmail.com if you are interested in any of these items and we'll work something out, either money transaction or item trade.

Back to the front, with a laundry list in front of me

After a bit of a sabbatical, I've returned to my post! I got through the semester, for which I'm very grateful, and I'm waiting to get started with my research internship next month. In the meantime, however, I have a bit of time to paint. And what a list!

Here's what I got done in the past two days:

TLLC Razorback "Corinth"
Jump Pack Chaplain "Erasmus"

Currently working on:
Attack Bike
5 Assault Marines (almost finished, the shoulder pads need to be painted then glued in place.)
Missile Launcher Marine (For flexibility. Though I'm not sure why I bother. I've currently come to hate missile launchers, due to my scatter dice deciding that they hate me!)

Still to come:
3 Tactical Squad Sergeants
5 Heavy Weapon Specialists
5 Standard Terminators
1 Tactical Squad, potentially converted into Sternguard Vets
1 Standard Bike
1 OOP Terminator Librarian
10 Assault Terminators (D is going to hate my guts...)
Bits to finish my Land Raider project

Also, there is another secret project being worked on, and I will be posting on that (potentially in its own blog) after I get "done" with my Marines. Though, quite frankly, I don't think I'll ever be done. I've come to the realization that for the hobbyist, an army is never done, only abandoned. Unless, of course, you have the patience and capital (or outside help and capital) to complete an entire Chapter of marines, and therefore have all the options you could ever dream of for developing an army. Alas, I doubt I shall ever have a complete thousand plus man chapter, but it does create such mental images...

I digress. Pictures to come soon!