Well, one of my FLGSs (Friendly Local Gaming Stores) has an answer to that very question. My friends over at Forbes Hobbies actually have a spray station with a ventilation hood right in their store. This is great! I do all of my wintertime priming there and I am thankful for the service. Check this cabinet out...
|Forbes Hobbies has a painting booth with a ventilation hood and turn-table inside. That is my plank of wood is mine, but the store would provide a painting surface if I wished.|
I am very happy that I have a FLGS that provides this service. The other winter alternatives available to me include waiting for my wife to leave the house and spraying then (but she can always tell by the smell when she gets home) or try to paint out in the snow and cold weather one piece at a time. Neither of these solutions are good. Waiting for my wife to leave just gets me in trouble later on and spraying outside causes problems with the paint and its adhesion due to the cold.
Thank you Forbes! You are helping to save a relationship here. :)
So what miniatures was I painting? I was priming my entire collection of Conan (the board game) miniatures sent to me by Asmodee. Of course, these minis are fully usable for the Conan Board Game, but I also plan to use them for the Frostgrave table that I am running at Hotlead.
|My primed Conan miniatures. As one can see, I even started getting the base-coat on some of the minis.|
While I was painting, I loaned out one of my Cigar Box Battle Mats to some guys playing Bolt Action in the back. Below are a couple of pictures of the table on which the guys played. Stunning!!!
|Some of the guys prepping for a game of Bolt Action.|
|Check this table out! Isn't it gorgeous!!!|
I hope everyone enjoyed this quick post about one of my FLGSs.
Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!