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We've hit on a good (partial) solution for finishing projects before being distracted by the next one; we tend to get distracted by projects in the same war!
Currently we're (mostly) restricting ourselves to WWII and the ACW
Pretty much all 6mm though
Have my own website for tactical gaming:
I'm glad that Kevin has pointed this site out. I have too many wargaming projects, and am slowly sorting things out.
9CharlesFerdinand Første besked:
I got started as a teen through discovering a few wargaming books in the library. I think I started with either a Featherstone book or George Gush's book, but the one that really fired my imagination was Operation Warboard. It's only in the past year that I've started finding and purchasing the books that originally sparked me to add to my own library.
I'm just now trying to get into the painting side of things. When I first got in as a young teen, I painted maybe a dozen and parts of another few before growing impatient and deciding that if Operation Warboard didn't need painted figures, neither did I. Now, getting back into the hobby as an adult, I'm trying to learn how to paint my Napoleonics properly...but my Warboard will likely still be populated by unpainted figures for a long time yet to come.