It's been a busy year with lots of cool stuff going down at the hobby table and with the family. Time to look back.
There were 230 projects completed this year, ranging from the modest (Space Hulk Genestealer) to elaborate (the Viking Ship). Let's start at the beginning.
Back in January, I was plugging through eight Albatross DVs in 1/72 scale. That was a nutty project.
As the MayDay convention was looming, I started work on the Carentan Normandy scenario. Here is a WIP shot of some of the German infantry I worked on. 28mm.
I also ran a daylight bombing raid over Berlin, 1945. This was a six-player game with lots of 1/144 scale models, and lots of metal falling out of the sky.
In the early summer I got an airbrush and decided to take on a modest first project...nearly 40 15mm armor pieces for a still-to-be-realized Kursk scenario.
But before I could finish that project, Warhammer 8th edition was released, and I decided to take the plunge. A Lizardmen army occupied most of the summer.
In August, our city's Folk Festival hit town, and so did our nieces. Four days of music, food and a great time!
Late in the summer, Hordes 2.0 hit, and I started to expand my Legion of Everblight army. A WIP ship of Thagrosh.
In the fall, I undertook this Viking Ship project to spruce up the Danish dark ages army I was putting on display in the local library.
On to Christmas holidays, and the last bit of insanity for the year...a new Celt army for Command and Colors.
Well, that about does it for the year. I hope you had a great 2010 and are looking forward to an even better 2011. Thanks and welcome to all the new followers of the Hobby Table blog this year!
'Til next time.