Well, no. Not really. I suffer from what most hobbyists have the ” ooooo shiny” syndrome.
In an effort to reduce my work load, and maybe finish a project I have been talked into starting a painting blog.
Pretty basic as you can see, but I’m in the middle of a PhD proposal so I’m a little busy else where.
Below is a picture of my unpainted stuff.
I forgot to include my Terrorgeist, and some GW trees. And a few other things too.
It doesn’t look too bad, until you realise that two of the boxes have at least 40 models each…
To that end, my Necrons are now up on eBay and most of the Stormcast have been shifted off to go to a friend, with the promise of some skaven being sold too. That cuts my workload down by a lot, but to be fair. Only brings it back to where it was before Christmas.
So… The list? Well here goes.
So Warhammer Fantasy (RIP)
11 black Knights.
8 Blood knights
2 Vampire Lord
Rider for coach
Skull Thrower plus Crew.
6 giants rats
Crew for cannon
Cold one Knights
20 dread spears
Storm cast eternal
3 battle suits
10 path finders, 3 drones.
5 stealth suits, 2 drones
20 fire warriors.
3 path finders
Pandora crew box set.
Jacob lynch. Crew
Fire storm Armada
And the entire Gates of Antares Starter set.
To be fair, as far as backlogs go. This isn’t too bad, even before I sold a bunch.
My main motivator to get it all done, is that I want to start playing more games. (Infinity is big up the list). But I cant justify it based on how much I have waiting to be painted.
Step 1: Start a blog (We can check that one off the list)
Step 2: Make a list of Stuff to paint (That one is done too!)
Step 3: Plan a list of painting for the next few months.. (I’m thinking of jusjt 200-250 points a month minimum for Warhammer.
Step 4: Paint!
Now I just need to work out how to use this airbrush.