Friday, October 21, 2011

The Workbench has reached capacity!

Too many different projects and none of them are getting done because of life. Well for the past two months I’ve been cleaning up and organizing my hobby stuff but I haven’t put a lot into actually doing my hobby stuff.  So I’m going to try and change that. Starting Monday, I’ve vowed to work at least a half hour on hobby stuff every day and write about it here. (Edit:  As much fun as describing how I put each and every plank on my ruined building sounds, I think I'll not post everyday.) What I will count towards that half hour will either be gaming or modeling. Since it is easier, and more sensible for this blog, modeling will make up most of my posts. But since I do play Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 2nd edition every Wednesday, I’ll drop a note about that as well. This was all spurred on by my dusty crusty friend at ‘From the dust of the Ancients,’ here: He will be doing the same thing and to make things more interesting, we will have a bet going as well. I’ll have more on that in the future.

Now over the past summer my interests have turning from super heroes, to grot commandos, to Call of Cthulhu, to Imperial armored trains, to Warhammer Quest, to GW Giants, to Vampire Counts, to Mordheim, and now to Necrons. Plus if you add in other unfinished projects like the Junk Town and one can see why I never get anything done. So now my goal is to limit myself a bit and work on two broad categories – fantasy and sci-fi. J

Ok, it is not as bad as it seems.  Here is the breakdown:

·         Army: Vampire Counts
·         Mordheim Band: Vampire Counts
·         Terrain: Empire Ruins (Mordeim Buildings)
·         Rules: Mordheim, Warhammer RPG, and maybe Warhammer Fantasy Battle

·         Army: Necrons
·         Rogue Trader: Odds and Ends for a campaign
·         Terrain: Junk Town and Space Port
·         Rules: 40k Apoc., Tomorrow’s War, Rogue Trader RPG

Two things of note: Each category has a strong theme, and for me, a pretty narrow focus. More importantly, there is nothing here that is a new project. And none of the projects are less than 75% done.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey I thought we were working on mordhiem! Focus!