Muschamp Rd

Making the Internet better since 1995

My name is Andrew Muschamp Mckay, I started building web applications and websites in 1995. After graduating from UVIC Computer Science, while working as a software developer coding away in Objective-C and Java, I registered this regrettably hard to spell and pronounce domain. I've lived, studied, and worked abroad in Japan, China, and elsewhere. If you just want the facts you can view my resume. If you prefer social proof...

Look upon my works ye mighty and despair.

Perfect nonsense goes on in the world. Sometimes there is no plausibility at all.Nikolai Gogol
This guitar is probably a one off. It has the Orange logo and some Orange inspired graphics, not to mention a Bigsby and a racing stripe. It looks like it has a Fender style headstock.
This guitar is from 2004 and has been slightly modified. They are asking $2000 dollars. I think this is one of the coolest colors the Hot Rod has come in.
This is the latest Death Guard army from the prolific and professional GMM studios. I forget his name. I follow him on Twitter and subscribe to his RSS feed. You should too if you like well painted Warhammer 40,000 armies. He goes to Adepticon every year with some crazy display.
I found this on Flickr these are vintage Necromunda Spryers, basically spoiled rich kids who find in the Underhive for fun. I'm not sure they are back in he game yet, and pinning from Flickr didn't let me enter a description at first.
Exit 2019, Enter 2020
This looks like a Nurgle Terminator Lord with twin lightning claws. I'm not sure if it is a Lord of Corruption, I don't think they can have twin lightning claws.
I'm not sure what this model is exactly. But it looks chaotic and it has some nice colors.
A whole lot of skulls glued to this model. I've seen this done on tank size models before and there are a lot of companies making plastic or resin skulls now, I have a bunch of metal skulls, I may do a conversion like this someday.
From the same French blog I always post cool models from. It looks like they converted it to have sonic or sonic looking weapons, plus a bunch of freehand. I'll have to paint one someday.
Here Be Goblins
Some crazy French bloggers one of whom may now work for GW have been working on a massive Nurgle army for years just like me. They've put a little more effort into it recently than I have, that is for sure, witness their latest monstrosity.
Ork Conversion

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Some words and images © Andrew "Muskie" McKay