|(A self-standing magnifying glass to aid my aging eyes)
Like most wargamers, I have a lot of figures to paint and/or assemble. As part of my "Studio Expansion," I managed to put most of the unpainted/unassembled figures into one storage bin.
|(My Box O' Projects)
In addition to the boxes of Warhammer 40K figures, the box contains several pounds worth of micro-scale miniatures, ranging from fantasy and sci-fi, to World War II and modern; along with a handful of 25mm historicals.
Five years ago, I began my wretched hive project. This now consists of several one-story buildings of scum and villainy. Several weeks back, I stumbled across larger storage trays that will make suitable three-story buildings.
|(Top edges trimmed off the storage trays from Walmart)
These buildings have now been primed and I still had some textured paint left over. Unfortunately, the spray cans were all clogged, so I'll have to purchase new ones.
I haven't had any problems with my old non-textured paint--yet--and I resumed my 6mm terrain board terra-forming project.
|(My 6mm Terrain Board #5)
I'm currently working on the fifth board. This is the last piece featuring the river. After I complete this, I'll have one last piece to renovate.
|(Another view of Board #5)
I'm always frustrated that my gaming projects seem to move at glacial speed, no matter how much time I have available to devote to them.
The same goes for my writing projects.
I'm sure I'm not alone in feeling this way.
I guess you can't rush the creative process.