I can't be arsed to do a summary of 2015, I suspect I diverged from plan a lot, but the final tally is nevertheless quite impressive, at least by my standards. I painted solely 28mm figures this year, and I focused heavily on WW2. Still, some 40k and a lot of Star Wars models sneaked in there, and I even painted some Gates of Antares figures.
In total I painted seventeen fantasy figures and one monster, 43 WW2 figures, as well as five vehicles, four terrain pieces and two buildings, (I never put the last one up on the blog), and lastly 32 sci/fi figures of various sorts... that's almost a hundred figures. Not bad.
Roll on 2016! I started these figures sometime last year, can't really remember, but they proved a bit more complex to paint than I imagined so I switched to easier figures. But now their time had come.
|A couple of rebel saboteurs.|
These are of course for Imperial Assault from Fantasy Flight Games.
|The contents of the pack, picture from Fantasy Flight Games|
|I used Instamold to make a green stuff copy of the backpack.|
|Mak Eshka'rey is an effective long range fighter in Imperial Assault.|
As with the last figures of 2015 I haven't done anything about the bases, since I will mount the figures on clear bases. I need to varnish them first though, which I can't do as long as it's freezing here in Sweden.