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Uncategorized / 13.05.2019

Recently, I upgraded my phone and for the first time, I have enough storage space to hold my entire music collection. Until now, I had always curated which artists and albums were saved, and thus available to me, when driving or out and about. Because of this, there's been parts of my collection that I rightly haven't listened to in years. I am essentially an album listener, meaning I pick an artist and an album and listen to it from beginning to end. I get that this is unusual...

Books, Reviews / 05.04.2019

[caption id="attachment_15853" align="alignright" width="197"] Daisy Jones & The Six: A Novel[/caption] As you would probably expect, I'm primarily a sci-fi/fantasy fiction reader, albeit with a healthy side of classic noir, but when it comes to audio books, I tend to be a bit more open to other genres. I am mostly listening when I'm commuting to and from work, so anything that takes my mind off of the traffic is a positive. My latest foray into contemporary fiction is Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Normally, I'd wait until...

Gaming, Painting/Modeling, Tabletop Wargaming / 28.03.2019

A few months ago I purchased some Imperial Terrain for my Star Wars: Legion table. Being my first time dealing with 3D printed scenery, I spent a good number of hours sifting through online tutorials and youtube videos trying to figure out how to make it look great. Ultimately, I didn't really find one be-all-end-all tutorial that worked for me and I ended up combing a few different techniques from different sources. Below, is my step-by-step guide to getting your Imperial Terrain Desert themed buildings ready for the tabletop. It's...