I am a 24/7 Dad, a full-time neuroscientist, and, in my free time, a freelance writer, photographer, and miniature tabletop gamer. So busy!
Tangibleday.com is a blog dedicated to the avid tabletop gamer and miniature hobbyist. On this site, you’ll find every treasure I’ve discovered and learned, including pro painting tips, tutorials, photography hacks, product reviews, and editorials. If you love tabletop gaming and painting miniatures, this site is for you! You can also check out my other work on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram (links below).
A Miniature Painter and Hobby Gamer for Years
I love the discovery that any hobby brings. I enjoy painting miniatures. Scale models and miniatures are a medium that can give us a different perspective about the World. My blog is a way to share how I view and think about things around us all.
When I have time, I will play a casual tabletop game. Whatever it may be, Warhammer 40k or Warmachine, I enjoy throwing dice and shuffling cards.
A Lab Journal
Article topics will be everywhere, about anything. I will do my best to tie-it together. I likely won’t. Maybe there’ll be a gem, but I expect duds. I can hack any idea to pieces with enough time.
When it comes to painting miniatures, I’m always looking for the perfect brush stroke. Writing is the same. I’m putting one word in front of another. I’m looking for the perfect turn of phrase.
A Collection of Daily Ruminations
Life is lived in the margins of a busy day. Here I jot my ideas for public consumption. Join me as I wrestle with my thoughts.
If a hobby has taught me anything, it’s that anything worth doing is best done with other people.
If you find a particular topic interesting, I’d love to hear from you. Although less active now, I still take commissions for miniature painting. If you’re someone who enjoys writing, I’m also open to article submissions. If you’re interested in either, please contact me @ email@example.com.
Thank you for visiting!