Weekly Wrap-up: A Busy Few Weeks

Christmas interfered with putting one of these up last week. Let’s see, a new author started here, EvantheNoob, and you can read his intro and say hi over here. He’ll be getting up some articles in the near future so keep an eye out.

I began a new installment, Rok Da Vote. I’ve been running polls on the blog for a while but few have noticed them. So, in an attempt to promote more voting, and to continually add to regular content here, the installment was born. Here’s the current poll, you can vote below or at the top right, where it will reside going forward.

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I also began a new series, Blogging Tips. I’ll be focusing more on the technical side of things and here you can find Part 1 and Part 2. Next week Part 3 will be out, covering commenting systems.

Had a great time at Crossroad Games on Wednesday with the start of a shop campaign. We kicked it off with a mega-battle involving 12 players. It was insane and fun and you can read the synopsis here.

I’ve done some site updating lately. Some of the categories for articles have been shifted around into more intuitive areas in the navigation bar. I’ve also added a Contact Us link in the nav bar. I’d put my direct email address on the site if it wasn’t for the fact that spambots would harvest it in a matter of seconds and want me to get a larger penis. Anyway, the contact form is for whatever you want to use it for. Tell me I’m a douchebag, send me praises or just fire off questions you have.

Also, some shameless promotion. Creative Twilight has a Facebook page and is on Twitter.

Right now they both just fetch my RSS feed and dump article summaries, however I’d really like to do more with both services but we need people to like and follow us.

Lastly, but certainly not least, I’ve finally completed a commission job I’ve been working on forever. Joe, the client, has been extremely patient and a very cool guy to work with. You’ll see the images below, but the job was to assemble and paint what you see. Infantry was base coated black and highlighted, leaving the details for Joe to finish. All vehicles were base coated and the Land Speeders interiors finished. Dreadnoughts were just primed. A picture is worth a thousand words, right?

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