Terrain and Neglected Models: June 2019: Personal Round-Up

So I’ve finally got June’s stuff posted and photographed. Here’s what I got completed in that last month. A few figures, and once again scatter terrain comes to the rescue in helping me get to my personal sub-challenge of at-least-one-model-per-day-of-each-month.

Not all that many models, really. Only 9/12 28mm humanoids, one monster, and a foursome of 20mm dudes and pair of their vehicles.

Then of course, a bunch of “faceless” for want of a better term pillars and trees, capped off by a pair of slightly more interesting scenery/spell models.

A decent number of those models (most of ’em, really) do count for one or other of the two July Challenges.

The scatter stuff all counts for the terrain aspect, though I didn’t manage to finish any of the actually interesting pieces that I have WIP (and have been WIP for months, now).

 

More interesting (to me, anyway) is the amount of this stuff that genuinely counts as Neglected, for that aspect of the challenge. I’m happy to get this handful of little monkeys off my back and into the finished pile.

By the end of May this year I was up to 180 completed models. June gave me another 46/49 (if we double-count those herders and make some people angry) 😉 so at the end of June I’m up to 226/229 completed models for 2019!

20 thoughts on “Terrain and Neglected Models: June 2019: Personal Round-Up

  1. Excellent work again! That Terralisk still sticks out as my favourite — and that’s saying a lot, given the fact that a giant Khorne icon was also part of the running 😉

    On second thought, I get such a Zerg vibe from that model…

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