As we've mentioned on the show, Jen and I not only love to record our podcast, we love listening to other podcasts (while we paint, of course). One of the many podcasts we enjoy is Ohiohammer. We've recently been in touch with Andy and Mark (two of the hosts) and completed a two part interview for their blog. The topic for the interview was all about how and why we started Painting Tabled. So head on over to the site and check it out. You can also click to link directly to part one and part two of the interview. :-)
Jen and I are very pleased to present you with the 9th installment of Painting Tabled. Our show continues to expand as we introduce a new segment: Terranscapes Terrain Tips. We've also created a new listener contest and brought back several fan-favorite guests to help us discuss the main topic. Thanks for taking the time to share in our enjoyment of this hobby. Be sure to give us feedback on the episode on the Forum or through the Contact page.
In the final days of October the North Eastern United States was hit with a snow storm. This came uncharacteristically early in the year and caused massive damage in the area. Trees and power lines were down all over the place, Halloween was cancelled for many, and schools were closed for a whole week due to loss of power. 800,000 Connecticut residents lost power (some still don't have it back), but Jen and I were extremely lucky and did not lose it. All we lost was our internet connection.
Despite all of these setbacks, we are proud to bring you Episode 8. Our main topic is centered around a Storm of Magic tournament that we attended (prior to the snow). You may have already seen the videos from the event that we posted to our Youtube Channel. I'll post some of the pictures we took during the event below. Enjoy!