Despite most of the year being in lockdown and my enthusiasm draining as the year went on I did a quick calculation that I'd managed to paint up over 250 figures!
It turns out I was on quite a roll until about the middle of August - the last time I slapped paint on anything.
The year was taken up with a couple of games of "Jimland" early on and a couple of 'test western games in the latter part of the year,
I concentrated on two of my projects, "Jimland" adventures and fauna, with a few explorers thrown in for good measure. The other project the Sudan, had a lot more added to it, Zoauves, civilians and market stalls for example, along wioth Egyptian infantry and cavalry.
Here's the photos:
[The Molyneux Expedition (iirc)]
[More civilians for the Sudan]
[Gnus or if your prefer, Wildebeest - os of other new fauna too for Jimland]
The Aphgans/Askari were the last figures that I painted up and I then went on to that all fall-back position of showing models from my Westerngames, that I scratch-built or bought) from yesteryear, when I was a lad ! )I may not be profductive again this coming year, but at least I have several more armies to show inthe :Forgotten armies' series I;ve used in the past.
The good news however is that I have been converting some of the plastic figures that I bought recently for western games in the future - more on this anther time.
Overall I'm happy with what I;ve produced this year, for me, it's been very productive !
I doubt I'd get anything don without this blog and the encouragemebt I get from felllow bloggers and with that I'll say I hope you akll have a very prodcurive year next year!
Have a joyous and pious New Year !
That's it from me until next year, thanks for taking the time and effort to visit; as always, your comments are both welcomed and appreciated.