September 2020 – Personal Painting Round-Up

A quick one here. Still no round-up for Jewel of July-August – sorry about that! For those wondering WTF is up, the simplest way to describe the delays and my apearances and disappearances to my blog (and yours!) is to simply state that 2020 happened in July, and has continued to happen again every time it feels like it might be relenting. So without further ado, here’s my model painting round-up for September.

Once again, it’s dominated by scenery and board game models. There’s a couple of good reasons for both of those – the tail end of Dave’s Scenery challenge keeps on rolling. We’ve been actually playing boardgames as opposed to miniatures wargames – and of course both are a little more forgiving when it comes to your concentration and focus not being at 100%.

I’ve still been painting a bit during my recent hiatus, and my output so far for October isn’t a far cry from the September stuff you’re seeing here – more board game models, more terrain pieces. Oh, and one metal “D&D” model from Reaper or Ral Partha or whoever it was that produced the thing. I’ll let this post sit for a day or two, then I’ll probably be doing dual-post days so I don’t end up a half-month behind in my posts when November hits. I am trying to finish a single model for Dreadtober, and I’ve gotten a bit done on it, even. Wish me luck for finishing!

56 models completed in September, which is decent as far as numbers go, even though 21 of those are those super-simple LNoE zombies. I finished 7 more of them in October so far with a firther 7 to go, but I’m prety much out of steam for those, so I’ll have to force myself. Still, 56 models added to the 305 up to the end of August gives me 361, so I guess 365+ completed is a given at this stage (especially since I’ve finished twenty-something more so far in October that I’ll be showing shortly).

That’s it for today. More posts soon!

9 thoughts on “September 2020 – Personal Painting Round-Up

  1. Excellent output mate, real life this year has certainly been a stinker, but your models and painting can certainly brighten up a day. Wish you well on your Dreadtober model and seeing what else you’ve been up to.

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  2. Keep hanging in there, mate! That is a very productive and eclectic work product for September. As you know, I like how you paint many different types of minis and terrain at any given time so I think its awesome to see such a wide range grouped together at the end of the month 🙂

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  3. Looking good, especially for 2020! It’s been such a crap year. Even though we’re holding in there, and still have jobs…it’s been really tough. Oh well, just trying to be thankful for what we have and the things that have gone right I guess. Looking forward to seeing some more minis
    when you get a chance to get them finished.

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