This year I am going to again be tracking my ‘net hobby karma’ (i.e. the number of figures I have painted and sold/given away vs. what I have bought). However, to mix things up in a bit more fun way than focusing on grinding away by the figure instead I’m going to focus on being able to tick off projects on my hobby bingo board. This is an idea originated from Andy of the Hobby Support Group podcast which has been widely adopted as a fun thing to share on the HATE Club Facebook page.
So here is my Hobby Bingo Board for 2021:
As 2021 has begun, the UK has entered yet another Covid-19 lockdown and so I have decided to kick off with something a bit different to refresh my hobby mojo.
The Daemon Ink is another gloriously rich Inq28 background and hobby setting from the ever talented Mark from the Heresy Of Us blog – stop reading now and go check it out now before you do anything else!
Nov and early Dec have continued to be slow on the hobby progress front, but I have finally now made some progress on painting some Necromunda figures that have been left on the hobby pile of shame for quite some time. Continue reading
Sept and early Oct have continued to be slow on the hobby progress front, but I have finally now completed painting my Blackstone Fortress set! Continue reading
August ended another slow hobby month for me – no chance of regular face to face gaming any time soon given Covid, so I have been continuing with the Skype/Online RPG playing with what little free time I have. Continue reading
A pretty slow month for me hobby wise as we had a brief holiday visiting relatives and I am at a fairly low motivational ebb as I have been putting my efforts into RPG scenario writing rather than painting.
It is fair to say Covid has had a fairly disruptive effect on both work and personal/hobby life. On the negative, work has been crazy busy and attempting to do anything of value in terms of home schooling has been very trying – net effect is my hobby routine has been pretty blown and I won’t be able to go to any of the gaming events or club nights for the foreseeable future. On the positive side of things, I have had more time with the family and managed to make time to do more roleplaying via Skype. I would normally update by my blog during my commuting ‘dead time’ while on the train to London and so I have neglected doing it with the same regularity. Continue reading