Its like a millstone round my neck, no hold on they don’t weigh as much !

Posted: February 25, 2015 in 15mm, 28mm, 40k, Battlefront, Chaos, Flames Of War
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Click on the picky to enlarge.

Sometimes you just have too many things on the go

and I have reached overload, arrrrrrrrhhhhhhhhh.

On the work table as I type:

1. Laser cut 28mm radar built but not painted.
2. 3 Infinty Fusiliers about to be glued.
3. Saito Togan 28mm Infinity built but not painted.
4. 15mm Bergepanzer III, scratch built & half painted by airbrush.
5. 15mm Opel Blitz truck built but not painted.
6. SDkfz 251 built but not painted.
7. Hawker Typhoon 15mm built and 85% painted.
8. 2 large Normandy terrain boards 50% completed & painted.
9. 2 mini diorama boards just started(28mm).
10. 1 mini diorama board just started(15mm).
11. Large Normandy town house 75% completed and painted.
12. 3 Order Sgts Infinity 28mm 80% complete.
13. 5 ornate Scibor minatures bases attempting to paint to
a professional standard(95% complete).
14. 3 Chaos dogs 28mm 90% complete with no master as yet.
15. Large Infinity terrain boards times 6(metre square each) at the
drawing and planning stage.
16. 40k Ultramarine dreadnought.

On top of this like everybody else I have a large box of future

projects as well. Which future that will be is anybody’s guess lol

So I`m going to have a painting\building fest and put a huge dent

in my backlog. February was a lean month by my standards and my

blog as been a bit quiet, but fear not avid readers.

March is going to be crazy, hang on in there as I break the 100

posts mark.

  1. cptshandy says:

    You are a braver man than I πŸ™‚ Good luck with all those projects mate!

    • 40kterminatus says:

      Not brave really,just modelling mad. If I did’nt enjoy it I would’nt be doing it. Saying that sometimes my eyes buy more than I can paint lol

  2. arkiegamer says:

    I recommend just working on whatever feels most fun at the moment, and damn the crushing weight of self-imposed obligations. Quickest way to shovel the pile.

  3. gameoftravel says:

    modelling mad indeed;) lots of work in progress! I’m impressed by your multitasking skills.

  4. Anopheles says:

    Sounds like my work desk. Good luck and hunker down.

  5. AdvanceOp says:

    Thanks for making me feel better about my own hobby backlog πŸ˜‰

  6. Wudugast says:

    Good luck πŸ™‚ I always enjoy having a day to put a dent in my ‘to do’ list – it’s very satisfying to get some space cleared on the painting desk. Then I can fill it up again with new half-finished models. Ah well…

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