Monday, July 25, 2016

State of the Painting Desk

Having finally returned home after a week away for work, I find the painting desk exactly as left.  That is, several projects in work.  After I catch up on a few household chores, hopefully, I can get back to the painting desk.

What lurks on the painting desk today?  Well, I real mish-mash of projects are posed on the desk.  The figures in work comprise:
  • 2 x 25mm Russian limbers and teams for the 19th Century Great Game project.  Each limber has four horses, limber, and two outriders.
  • 1 x Sikh gun and four crew for the 19th Century Great Game project.
  • 2 x Mounted knights as a command group for the 28mm Reconquista project.
  • 2 x Mounted officers as a command group for the 28mm Great Italian Wars project.
  • 5 x 28mm U.S.A Rocketmen by Bob Murch. What?  I surprised myself by pulling them from The Lead Pile!  Very cool models and a blast to paint.
After the desk is cleared from these items, focus likely returns to either the 15mm 1859 or 18mm 1799 projects but who knows?

Still in work is a recap of painting analytics covering the first half of 2016 and a replay of the Battle of Brawner's Farm.  Seems summertime weather is drawing my attention away from the hobby.

Until next time...


  1. Replies
    1. Michal, you are easy to please and I appreciate that!

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    1. The pulp figures will look good once finished. What will I do with them? Who knows?

  3. I must admit I was a little surprised to see pulp figures on your painting desk... what to do with them, you asked?... :o) hock the pulp figures on eBay? ;op


    1. Excellent suggestion! If I cannot figure out what to do them, perhaps, offer them up as a contest prize?

    2. may consider passing on your pulp figures to one of your followers as a gift/reward?.. and no, not suggestion to me, not interested in pulp/futurist figures...


    3. Another good suggestion. After painting them, I may just decide to start a new project. What AM I thinking?


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