Here is the Centurion I start last week when I couldn’t find the motivation to paint anything. Thanks to everyone who gave me some tips about getting motivated to paint again, your advice was very useful.
The biggest motivator for me was the enjoyment of painting. That’s what I paint for and sometimes having to mass paint, to produce an army, gets in the way of the enjoyment for me. So I will keep looking through the miniatures I have and paint the ones I really want to paint first and enjoy the painting process.
@ Beccas, I agree that if I was gaming more, I would probably be painting more, but that’s not happening at the moment so I’ll just enjoy painting.
I am flying out to the UK tonight so blog posts will be a little intermittent, depending on how busy it gets. As I mentioned, I will be going to the Wargames Foundry, Autumn open day on September 25. Unfortunately I won’t be able to get to Colours at Newbury, which is damn disappointing!
However, hopefully I will get to a few historical sights and get a few photos to post on my return. I know I will be visiting as many wargames shops as I can find and should return with pockets full of ‘little men’.
I found out that Wargames Foundry are having an open day on September 25. Guess what? I’ll be in the UK and guess where I’ll be!
Hmmm… wallet might not like it very much.