Bought a model last weekend because, well, I saw War Machine and I love War Machine/Col. Rhodes. Details and paint-job leaves some to be desired, but I’m proud of the end result. I’ve never put together/painted any sort of model aside from a few Lego models for family members when I was a kid.
This was actually a ton of fun. A project to get back to “projecting” so I can work on that costume project that’s literally sitting in the closet in pieces.
I haven’t finished doing a wash on the base, but I have no intention of cementing him to it. He stands up on his own two feet and looks awesome where ever I put him.
REBLOG AND I WILL DRAW A CHARACTER BASED ON YOUR BLOG
I’M PRETTY FUCKING SURE I’M GOING TO REGRET THIS BUT I WILL GLADLY DRAW A CHARACTER BASED ON YOUR BLOG FROM THE 5 SECONDS I WILL STARE.
The art style will most likely look like this
so yeah i’ll probably stop when it becomes too much or whenever I just decide I don’t want to do it anymore. But i’m pretty confident this won’t get that much notes anyways.
MAKE SURE YOU CHECK YOUR URL TAG TO FIND IT IF IT’S DONE.
How to be an Awesome Convention Attendee Re: Interacting with Guests of Honor
So! I work in the Guest Relations/VIP Relations departments at several conventions. I’ve sat through panels, talked to GoH’s about their past convention experiences, and had to be the guy enforcing the convention’s autograph rules. So I decided to come up with a guide for how to interact with Guests of Honor at conventions, and how to make sure you’re an attendee they remember fondly, rather than one they roll their eyes at and go “oh another one” (or worse, actively make them uncomfortable)