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...

Miscellany / 26.03.2019

Once again, I've decided to reforge this domain into the needs of the moment. Fed up with the available social media channels, I'm striking out on my own, and maybe even trying to reclaim a little of my former identity. If you're here on purpose, gods help you. You probably already know me. in which case, again...