What it provides me with, is quick access to handy reference on a single piece of paper. Which is especially useful when trying to come up with my own designs. Not having to flip through the entire book every few minutes helps immensely and makes copypasting ideas way easier.
By the end of the drawing I was eventually starting to regain my willpower, though in the meantime I still did clean up my PC desk out of sheer desperation. Finally, however, I got back to finishing the three minis that lying around in various states of completion. First up, the blunderbuss boy had his gaps filled and got a shoulder pad to better denote him having some form of armour.
Next up was completing the savage orc-based slaver. Equipped with bolas made out of a broken biker chain and a grabba stikk, he had some missing musculature sculpted, along with a pair of shoddy boots. Still needs some sort of a firearm, most likely gonna be a blunderbuss as well.
Finally, the six-shoota yoof/boy. His left-hand gun was actually built before all the sketches were made. In fact, it was probably the last thing I got done before the low mood has struck. I included it in the drawings for the sake of completeness. Biker torso, burna head, his other six-shoota was based on one of the sketches.
Close-up of the gunz.
And sadly that's all for now, hopefully now that I'm feeling more positive I can make up for the wasted time. Thanks for reading and see you next time.