October is upon us and it is time to get working on your DreadTober project! If you are anything like me, you probably started constructing your project months ago (...or years). The truth is, it doesn't really matter; DreadTober is all about enjoying our hobby and being part of a community. If you have a finished Dreadnought at the end of it all, that is a fantastic bonus.
It has been fun watching all of the pledges roll in; there is still time to join the challenge if you haven't committed to a project yet. Towards the end of the week we will visit the various blogs and social media accounts to document our progress.
So far, I have managed to put all of my sub-assemblies together and I'm ready to start priming and undercoating. If you are about to construct your project, you may want to think about building it in sub-assemblies as well, to make painting a little bit easier. If you have a preference for how you start a project, let is know in the comments below. Good luck everyone!!
I got mine primed and ready to go! I am excited to get this one going. I will be posting my early progress this week.ReplyDelete
Cheers, I will be sifting through all the blogs and posts at the end of the week.Delete
Wow thats a big Dreadtober good luck!ReplyDelete
It really is [breathes heavily into paper bag].Delete
Oh snap! Where do we sign on? I’ve saved a few Dreadnoughts for Dreadtober to make sure I’d have one for whatever strikes my fancy during the roughest teaching month of the year😆ReplyDelete
Disregard, found the other post. Signed up.Delete
Now where have I been hoarding that old FW Siege Dreadnought....
Ha ha ha! You and me both brother; only, my dreadnought happens to be an Imperial Knight. Thankfully my hardest teaching month has already passed by. DreadTober for me counts as rehabilitation :-) FW Siege Dreadnought's rock, btw.Delete
I've seen a lot of people say they've lost their motivation for the hobby with no games on the horizon. Hopefully #DreadTober is a good enough reason to get back on the hobby horse. Shared experience, community motivation seems like a plan!ReplyDelete
...certainty of death. Small chance of success. What are we waiting for?!Delete