Monster Making

Photo by Nic Antaya/The Herald
Jon Hammersley of Huntingburg paints a miniature figure at Game Knight in Huntingburg on Sunday. “This is my Zen. I can just focus on it. Any hobby you have you should be able to invest any amount of time in it,” Hammersley said, adding that he was seeking a hobby, which led to him getting involved with miniatures about a year ago. “It’s not as hard as it looks,” he said. 



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