Started in 2010 as a therapy for my Dysthymia. I just can't stop painting model soldiers, been doing it since I was 15!
Dastardly laugh, really enjoyed painting the first 600 but honestly not doing it for me! Onwards and upwards.
LOL... PS. "Whatever next!" ..? Whatever you damn well please, say I.. every man's hobby is his own and I like looking at your painted output...!
Steve, you wait till you see what I have to paint for John! Doubt I'll bother to do anything else for myself now save a little something on the side! Those Langton ships keep calling me.
"Those Langton ships keep calling me"... wow, please do listen!!
WTF as I believe young people say. All that effort....! And you made em look so purdy!
WTF indeed JBM! I was gripped by the big build up (matron)and could not resist seeing what I could do with them, but 600 figures in it's was kind of a case of every strip is going to be just the same going forward and I get bored so easily......
Lee, the great thing is, they will be virtually indestructible in transit. They do have a robustness about them. At least the time you have spent with them has given a lot of pleasure.
Yes Norm, enjoyed doing them, all good practice:)
They should make someone happy!
Hopefully so Ray.
Thats a real shame because you did a brilliant job painting them
Thank you and hopefully the new owner will get to use and enjoy them.
If it works for you then why not, and others get to benefit from all your work as well - what's not to like.I am fascinated to see what takes your fancy next?
Hi there Rob, I have simply hit a point (and probably did years back) where I enjoy starting new things, get bored quickly and move on. If I still have emotional attachment to any project it's the Hinchliffe ECW's and watching them given a make over unit by unit has given me great pleasure, 3 years now I think Rob? Some of your 18th century SSM cavalry popped up on FB the other day (Gentleman's War), of course I recognised that style straight away, got some great comments.
Lol That’s funny. They’d be awkward to use for Fire and Fury anyhow. 😀
Stew, I'm hopeless at project commitment!
I can't say it's a surprise,you did a lovely job on them but I look forward to the next thrilling instalment!Best Iain
Didn't last long that one did it Iain. Round and round it goes, where it stops nobody knows :)
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