Sunday, February 21, 2021

Invisible stalker mini

This past week was crazy for anyone living in Texas, so I didn't get much done in the way of miniatures--except for this invisible stalker. 
Our house went four days without power and water as areas all over the state saw record low temperatures and for record durations. 
We stuck it out the first couple of days, but we eventually gave in and stayed with friends till our electricity and water pressure returned. Still, we were very fortunate compared to many who saw massive damage to their homes--not to metion those who died because of the storm.
So it's nice to get back to miniatures, even if I am being a little silly. Thanks for your patience; here's a bonus pic of the new figure next to another 28mm model.
These are unprecedented times we're living in, so take care! 


Ski said...

Glad you're doing well and made it through, none the worse for wear.

pahoota said...

Good to hear you're OK DS.

I think that's ample reason for a week off!

pancerni said...

Glad you are ok. Been through no power storms a few times, it sucks.

Te mini needs more shading to bring out the details. ;-)

Maj. Guiscard said...

Glad to hear you came through alright.

Nice model ;)

Teddy KGB said...

And here I was thinking you weren't going to make your deadline. Strong work and such fine details. I'm amazed at the quality.

Gonsalvo said...

Glad that it wasn't any worse than iot was for you and your family!