I'd never build a ship from scratch before & haven't build a ship of any kind since I was a child building airfix models which was not today or yesterday I might add, sadly I didn't do any WIP photos, but I must say I found the challenges of doing this project very enjoyible, it must be the carpenter in me as it's made of balsa wood for the most part.
Adding a few 40k bit helped mix it up a bit & create the pasted/future look that I wanted in keeping with how I see Tricol, to help add to that I just went for a wooden pier, I'll have 2 of these in the game.
Even given that we haven't gotten as far as the island yet anyone that has been fallowing this blog will know that I've been getting models ready for that part of the adventure & I've added another who will take the part of the guardian, I won't say any more then that.
The model it's self is nothing to writhe home about nor is the paint job as this s one of them things that I don't see getting much use, so I was never going to put in to much effort on it I will how ever stick it on a clear base.
Been for the most part a Warmachine/Hordes model it did give the different look that I need this to be to tie in with the story, a spat of sliver & a wash of army painter dip later & the jobs a good one.
Last on today's list is one for even further ahead I pick up this piece in the charity shop for 2 Euro (yes my wife thinks I mad) now all I've got to do is make it look like its a couple of thousand years old.
Since starting Tricol my hobby seems to be taking me in all kinds of directions & has me now making & buying things that a year ago I would never even have thought of which is really for me great & long may it continue.
Well that it for me as always my thanks for dropping in & may your hobby take you on an enjoyible ride.