Normally I would have something new to show by now, but unfortunately I got an eye infection last Thursday, and wasn't able to sculpt, paint, or even look at a computer screen, which was why I was a bit late commenting on many of your fine posts. All caught up now thankfully, and back to commenting as soon as I see a post from you fine people.
Now for the " PAINT WHAT YOU GOT " challenge I've completed all but a unit of land speeders, that I set myself, so need to add something new. As you can see by the picture above I have no shortage of projects to choose from. I've decided to go with finishing the last two spacemen for the cantina, and the remaining 4 aliens, once I've done those and the speeders, I'll choose the next target.
Here is the list of everyone who has expressed an interest in the challenge and what they've been doing.
azazelx has got off to a great start , and completed multiple models, including marines, a rusted up vehicle, giant snake, chainsaw wielding brethren, D&D characters, and robots already.
Mark has been working hard on his Conquistador force and completed several units, including war dogs
Keith has already completed his Star Trek miniatures, that he planned to get done, but he may add some more yet.
Ivor has started work on his enormous ship, but has also completed multiple Lord of the Rings models and Star Wars models as well.
Roger has already completed his Blood Bowl team, and is now moving on to his Elvira model
John has got his first WW 2 vehicle finished and has made progress on a lot more, check out his WIP shot in his last post.
Simon has already finished his Blake's 7 models, and is progressing well through a load of Marvel characters.
Joe has been working on some 54 mm Chinese conversions for his Wild West gaming, that are close to being finished, with some very clever use of string.
Ann has been working hard on finishing the Pig Demon, and is hoping to do a Gnome with Dragon as well
Mick has dedicated himself to Grandfather Nurgle this month, with many rotten and oozing creations on display.
Matt has now thrown his hat in, as he now has somewhere to paint ( House moves are a pain ! LOL) so we should expect some models soon.
Hopefully I should have something new and completed finished soon, so until next time stay safe andhave fun !