Hey guys, here's the shortest introduction I could think of: German guy fell in love with Infinity in the year 2012, bought a bunch of Nomad packs because they looked the coolest, never found anyone to play the game with, never opened any of the packs, went to Australia for a year, gave up the hobby afterwards. Fast forward 7 years. German guy joins a Cyberpunk Red RPG group, meets Greek guy who talks about Infinity a lot, remembers those packs, gets all excited and buys the Icestorm Nomads from his Greek friend. German guy says he only wants to play Vanilla now and forever and srew sectorials! Gets beaten by Greek friend's JSA a lot, watches a lot of VaulSC, falls in love with Tunguska and buys some more minis. Now German guy has no idea why he's painting all these Corregidor and Bakunin models when he said he wanted to play Tunguska. But well, that's where he started mid-March, and you should always finish what you started. So now, for my glorious Tunguska army, here's everything except Tunguska (in the order I painted it): Paramedic Alguacile Intruder (boy that MAS base took a while. But it was fun!) Zero (another big MAS base. This is starting to unnecessarily stretch my painting time per mini...) Old Alguacile Hacker (aah, simple base again. But that visor, ugh... Why are you so good, Angél? Also still haven't figured out how to paint the ceramic parts smoothly...) Hellcat – damn what an amazing mini! (Damn what a lot of work for the base again. I'm starting to regret this! And why is my "matte" varnish so glossy!!? :( Alguacile 3 (getting a bit faster now. "Matte" is still not "matte". I feel betrayed) Tomcat – is this scuplt even more awesome than the Hellcat? Maybe. Also, screw the varnish (for now). And those bases (still fun though). Alguacile 4 (stole the eye painting technique from this Korean guy with the anime eyes but butchered it of course.) And just finished today: The first Bandit. This mini really shows which Infinity mini I stole my color scheme from btw. Anybody guessed it yet? If I can keep up my new rhythm of two minis a week, next week should see the last Alguacile and a Prowler. Question for you: Please, someone tell me how to paint Ivory/Bone White and White without a) needing a thousand layers or b) putting it on too thick. No matter what I try, I always end up with too thick or too thin of a coat, even on a white primer. Also, any other Feedback is very much appreciated. I really want to get better. Tell me what works and what doesn't, I can use the advice. Thanks!