Current Residence: Bremerton, Washington deviantWEAR sizing preference: Bigger than I'd like Print preference: None, really Favourite genre of music: see above Favourite photographer: Mmmm.... Favourite style of art: Mmmm.... Operating System: Win XP, Win7 MP3 player of choice: RealPlayer Shell of choice: What? Wallpaper of choice: Random bits from dA Skin of choice: Doesn't matter Favourite cartoon character: The babysitter from the Incredibles Personal Quote: "Don't sleep with anyone who has more problems than you do"
Favourite Visual Artist
Probably Eric Ou and Alex Iglesias
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Interests across the band
C. S. Lewis, Louis L'Amour
Favourite Gaming Platform
Don't use 'em
Tools of the Trade
Electronics, gaming, writing, my family, models, painting miniatures, airsoft, control line flying
Hey there! It's June 2020. Three years after my last update; found a job, gave it up for a shipyard job; wasn't a good fit as a hazmat garbageman so I moved on to a job as (!) a Quality Inspector running automated CMMs at The Lighthouse For The Bl
Hey, thought I would stop by and see how things are doing. It's been five years since we released the TRO:3063. There have been a few efforts by others since then, and almost without exception, they've all had their rough spots. It seems no matter...
Hey, I'm back!
I am sure no one visits anymore, but if you do stop by, enjoy the pics.
I was working on another book - the Infantry Primer - for a few months after I finished the Technical Readout: 3063. However, it rapidly became clear that the company was not done 'adjusting' the rules for infantry, their weapons, etc. Errata and 'corrections' were still trickling out of the company sites.
As everyone can guess, it's really tough to teach anyone how to easily and quickly play infantry in BattleTech when the rules for these worthies are still not finished. So I backed off from the project - art and all - and sat down to wait for thi