As promised here is the roundup from this years challenge, if you didn't see these on their own sites, I recommend checking out all the extra pictures they have, just follow the links above each persons section.
rantingsfromunderthewargamestable Roger cleared a lot of outstanding projects including some that were hidden in the loft.
justneedsvarnish John finished off a wide variety of subject material.
markamorin Mark did a lot for his OZ project, and some great scenery for his feudal patrol games as well.
kuribospainting Jeff got a lot more done than he expected to.
azazelx Azazael had a bumper crop again, can't believe how many models he gets done every year.
doubledowndice Brian got a lot done to, mostly from the Fantasy genre, but some others to.
I managed a few models mostly Star Wars related ( no surprise there) and even got a vehicle that has been part built for well over 22 years finished.
Thank you to all the participants, and their followers for all their support, this year was another great one with so many and diverse as well. If I have missed anyone's entries just let me know and I'll do a follow up post, so until next time stay safe and have fun !
Lots of nice minis there, Dave, and thanks for the mention! The challenge really got me off to a good start for the year since I'd been flagging a bit.ReplyDelete
Thank you for taking part John, and glad the challenge helped get you started.Delete
It's so awesome to see such a lot of good work! And I get to discover new blogs, so thanks for everything, sir!ReplyDelete
Every year I'm surprised at how much everyone does, and recommend checking out all of their blogs.Delete
And Dai got …. Nothing done. He is a loser.ReplyDelete
Glad everyone else who actually participated produced some fab work tho! Bravo to all!
No naming or shaming with this challenge Dai, as we all know life can throw you a curve ball or two, and make it impossible to get anything done mate, the support you have given on so many blogs, is worth it's weight in gold.Delete
Outstanding from all the participants - both in the quality as well as the number of models!ReplyDelete
Was a very good year, and thank you for being a part of it.Delete
Hey - thank *you* for running and compiling it! :)Delete
No problem at all mate, it's everyone taking part that makes it happen.Delete
Wow there is so really top quality stuff there mate! (some of the other people who took part did some OK stuff to I guess! 🤣🤣) Seriously the standard around the blogs these days is so incredibly high it's an honour to just be associated with you lot. Some stuff there too that that I hadn't seem before and some great new blogs to check out too.ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting this mate, and for the shout out too of course.
No problem Roger, it's all about sharing and support for each other, and finding that next cool blog to visit ! LOL does mean less time for painting of course ! LOL trying to speed up my painting, so I have the time to keep up with all the blogs I follow. You put out some stellar work this year mate, the camo pattern was phenomenal, and I find we are all elevating our game with the people we associate with.Delete
Roger, you cracked me up with your comment! Glad some of us did OK! Seriously, really like the model selection you chose and some nice painting! Did you used to have a different blog? I'm surprised I didn't already have yours in my Follow list (corrected now)!Delete
Roger has always had the same blog, but good that you've found him now.Delete
What an outstanding collection of the weird and wonderful, most of whihc I haven't seen before. Each is an excellent piece in it;s own right and genre. I'mstill takenaback at the wide range of figures and other items.ReplyDelete
It's the thing that always surprises me Joe, the diversity of the subject material, the level of thge output and standard constsntly seems to elevate as wellDelete
Lots of cool stuff on display. Thanks for bringing it all together. 😀ReplyDelete
No problem Stewart happy to host these events and share the submissions, and there are so many fantstic ones this year, as every year.Delete
Great entries all around! Thanks again for hosting the challenge Dave, had a lot of fun participating!ReplyDelete
No problem at all, and thank you for taking part again.Delete
How did I manage to get that much done?! It never feels like I'm all that productive with the slow pace that I paint but I guess I did alright. Thank you for putting this together, Dave and its an honor to be among such esteemed company. All of us do some impressive work when you think about it!ReplyDelete
I remember right at the beginning you saying I might be able to do a little scenery piece, and then you managed so much more, when your display piece changed. We are part of a great community and long may it continue.Delete
Thanks for hosting this Dave and I look forward to taking part again next year! If I may, I have one suggestion to make...can I be posted before Azazel next time. He's a hard act to follow with all that quantity and quality!! He probably would have doubled that had Leonard not wounded him! Seriously though, some great looking minis and thanks for taking the time to cull all the pictures and put it together. You're awesome! Now off to pester Matt about how much of a kickback he gets from Etsy....ReplyDelete
No problem Brian, I'll try to remember not to put you after Azazael ! LOL My normal method for the order is in order of the comments left when the challenge is set, just to make sure I don't miss anybody. I think we'll have to start calling Matt, mr Etsy like Roger calls me Mr Star Wars ! LOLDelete