Wacom Intuos3 Five Button Mouse
This is a picture of a Wacom Intuos3 Five Button Mouse. Most artists I know of prefer to use the Wacom Intuos3 Pen over the mouse as it has a bit more fine control.
This was a quick little shoot to test out the Macro functionality of my new camera and see how it handled low light conditions. Over all, I think it turned out pretty good!
Warhammer 40k Imperial Knight Titan
I had this guy up for sale on eBay. Auction listing is here.
This was the absolute crown of my Warhammer 40k Collection. Only seven of these were ever made. This were originally commissioned about 1990 by Games Workshop to be used as a display model in one of their stores. Made of resin, this is the last one created before the molds broke. I’ve fixed the air bubbles in the resin with “Green Stuff,” over the years and keep meaning to finish the paint job but never get there. Both the arms have been attached with magnets so that they can rotate.
I acquired it sometime in the mid 90’s and finally had to downsize in 2011. I would have loved to finish it, or even to have played it in a game, but neither of those things ever happened unfortunately.
From the Warhammer 40k Wiki:
“A Knight is a small combat walker of the Adeptus Mechanicus that is one-man version of a Titan and is smaller than even the smallest class of true Titan, the Warhound-class Scout Titan used by the Titan Legions. Knights normally deploy in squadrons comprised of several of these war machines. The most common type of a Knight is about nine metres tall, with its head serving as the cockpit. Knights are the smallest and weakest of Mechanicus walkers, but they still are formidable and fearsome machines, all armed with an array of weapons beyond the power of even the strongest of Space Marines to bear.”
Matched set of Sapphires (Macro)
Three blue Montana Sapphires. Unheated and untreated. They’re 1.83, 1.10 and .85 carats in size.
Spinel and Sapphires
The middle stone is a Blue Spinel, the outer are Montana Sapphires. Sizes are 1.335 carats (the Spinel,) .55 and .65.
London Blue Topaz Macro
Three emerald cut London Blue Topazs. Perfect for a matching ring and earrings. Sizes are 1.935, 1.140, and 1.195 carats.