Thursday, 14 November 2013

Wuhuu: 100.000 hits and 300 posts!

Hello all,
Unbeknownst to me, this old blog turned a significant corner a few days ago: 100.000 hits and more than 300 posts. I would thus like to thank you all for stopping by, following and commenting on my random musings.
What began as a place to remember our Warmaster Historical battles has turned into a weird mixture of 10mm Warmaster, 28mm Zombicide and more or less random posts on Blood Bowl, Heroquest and Girls in Mail Bikinies (always a crowd favourite :-)). I'm glad that so many have taken the time to read these half thought out ideas and thoughts.

Meeeow?
As my two kittens (Tosca and Ninja) so eloquently puts it, I'm really happy to have discovered the great blogosphere and its marvelous resources but also to have a place to "immortalize" our games and my average paintjobs - and without your comments and visits it would have died out a long time ago - so, once again, thanks for visiting!

In the very near future I'll be showing the first finished members of my new Daemonette Blood Bowl team (which will serve as a Count-As team for Amazons, Humans, Chaos, etc.) - expect great purpleness with pinkish overtones :-).

Until then, thanks!

All the best,
Kasper

7 comments:

  1. Congrats Kasper, well deserved. I came for the chainmail bikini but I stayed for the great content. Keep up the good work.

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  2. Congrats! Your cats have been busy with all the painting ;)

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  3. Well done Kasper, looking forward to the next 300 posts!

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    1. Thanks guys, it kinda snuck up on me - I guess I should have ahd some kind of raffle, but maybe at 200k?
      @ Sean, that should perhaps be the motto of the blog "come for the chainmail bikinis, stay for the crappy paint jobs!" :-). And thanks by the way, I guess a large proportion of the 300 comments have been scribbled by you :-).
      @ Ferret - the only thing my cats have been up to recently is gnawing at my two favourite brushes. They are now completely ruined... And with the 'damage' done to my other brushes by the kids suddenly discovering the joy of painting miniatures I'm all out of good brushes. I've ordered a few different types from China cheaply and will see if any of them are suitable for adult painting, otherwise these will be the kids to have fun with and I'll have to find some for myself.
      All the best,
      Kasper

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  4. Well done! Congrats. Keep up the good work!

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