With a sick wife and infant in the house, and I just getting over a lengthy bout myself, I unfortunately wasn't equal to the task of getting something finished up this week. However, I thought reader may be interested in seeing some of the things I'm working on. The first (above) is the pencilled but un-inked page 3/4 of a short comic on St. James and the Battle of Clavijo. I intend to do several such short comics depicting the more militant side of sanctity.
Next up, we have some of the "toy soldiers" I'm working on as part of my truly recreational past-time (writing being somewhat serious):
This is the painted (but not based) version of the conversion I have posted in the Toy Soldiers section. I've named him Inquisitor Soulis -- I forget where I got the name, but it's been the name of the fictional leader of my "army" for many years. The "fluff", or background material/storyline is a good chunk of the fun of playing Warhammer 40,000.
Here we have a flame-throwing tank called a "Hellhound".
And some "Inquisitorial Storm Troopers" who work directly for The Inquisition and Soulis.
Now some "Rough Riders" who are cavalry armed with explosive-tipped lances who are part of the regular army group inducted into service to the Inquisition by Soulis.
And, finally, proof that the pen really is mightier than the sword, "Penal Legionnaires" based on my long-time friend Brock's army that I used to clash frequently with. They are now basically slaves. The one in the black trench coat used to be a commissar from Brock's army who killed my army's general in a battle we reported online (at the now defunct batreps.com). He lost his arm and became a penal legionnaire in revenge.