I've kind of been distracted of late when it's come to painting/Wargaming/Bloging which is a kind of a shame, but in it's way a little break as helped me refocus on what projects I want to finish or even start (Keep reading) and what I can put aside or sell on.
So what's the plan Bananaman!
Well.. I'm going to try my hand at um.. 10mm!
|My copy of Warmaster from Ebay for £3|
Two main reasons for this slight project shift aka distraction heh,
1: I'm working alot now so all my new projects will have to be time managed to be able to fit around existing projects (Chicoheim, Tale of 4 Oldhammer Gamers, random bits to finish off from other armies).
2: Honestly I have never gamed or really collected 10/12mm and I have done pretty much every other scale from 6mm to 72mm.
So my vision is to make a 1000pts Warmaster army but it's going to be Lord of the Ring Themed (Also something I have never done before).
Lucky that using the Mark Copplestone range makes it such a easy choice that'll also save me a few hours hunting down bits and peices like most my Oldhammer armies/forces/gangs ect.
I figure a project of this size and fitting around the other projects and spreading out the cost shouldn't take more then 3/4 months.
So far I bought the Rulebook and some Warmaster sized bases heh I'll get a ouple of packs to test out and some point this month.
So thanks for reading this and no doubt getting distracted yourself heh