keskiviikko 12. maaliskuuta 2014

Final Challenge entries coming up

The last week of Curt's Painting Challenge is coming up and so is the final fortnight challenge. I've been busy with my painting trying to get everything finished in time as I'm away for the weekend and nothing will really be happening during that time. With the Last Stand theme I'm going to have a largish bunch of Napoleonic French. All the greatcoat wearing ones are finished and suitable muddied while the rest are waiting for a final wash and some varnish.

I also realized that I still need to finish my entry fee model that has been waiting with his skin painted for nearly two months now. Danny the Dino is also still waiting for his eyes so he can better see his prey. And finally I have a Bard being painted for Saga that I'm probably going to throw into my last entry too.

Points wise it looks like I'm going to break the 1200pt barrier this time! I should be coming at exactly 1300 points if I've calculated correctly. Though figuring out the points for Danny is a bit difficult as he isn't exactly 28mm tall :) Going back to my original plans for the challenge I think I haven't even gotten started on half of them and I also managed to change many of the fortnight challenge entries that I had lined up. But I guess that's life when you have the attention span of a goldfish. At least there are now a few more projects that are more or less finished even if they aren't the ones I originally planned!

5 kommenttia:

  1. I'm rather envious of all you guys powering up for the last sprint to the finish line. I'm feeling quite groggy right now. The more I'm looking forward to what you'll produce.

    1. Thanks! Luckily I've got quite a bit of freetime now thanks to things being quite slow at work. Bad for business, but good for painting :)

  2. Sounds like quite a few of us are pushing for a big finish. Looking forward to seeing your French!

  3. Can't wait to see what you get done! Your lead is pretty crushing even without a final surge too...

  4. Look forward to seeing some close ups of those muddied French in the great coats.