Saturday, January 3, 2015

2014 Painting Review

This really needs no introduction save perhaps some numbers to save you having to count things for yourselves.

By System...

Dystopian Wars (1:1200)
1 x Battleship
5 x Aircraft

Warhammer Fantasy Battle  (28mm)
164 x infantry
16 x cavalry
1 x chariot
8 x monsters

English Civil War (28mm)
37 x infantry
20 x cavalry

Warhammer 40K (Mine, 28mm)
48 x infantry
1 x vehicle

Warhammer 40K (Russ' 40th Birthday presso, 28mm)
90 x infantry
3 x rockits
3 x killa kans
4 x trucks

Systemless Sci-Fi (15mm)
78 x infantry
1 x mecha
7 x vehicles

Flames of War (15mm)
228 x infantry
2 x Heavy AA guns
4 x Heavy mortars
4 x MMGs
3 x Vehicles

Warmaster Empire (10mm)
75 x infantry
38 x cavalry

Napoleonics (28mm)
11 x infantry
2 x cavalry

Napoleonics (15mm)
164 x infantry
4 x cavalry
4 x guns

By scale...

1:1200
1 x Ship
5 x Aircraft

28mm
350 x infantry
38 x cavalry
8 x monsters
12 x vehicles, guns, etc.

15mm
470 x infantry
4 x cavalry
25 x vehicles, guns, etc.

10mm
75 x infantry
38 x cavalry

Or finally...

1,026 models.

So how about some photos?







































A fair sized chunk of this...













Take that lead pile! Phew, I think this took me almost as long to assemble and count up as it did to paint. I hope you enjoyed looking through it...

Happy New Year everyone!

PS. I tried to apply all the relevant labels and it broke Blogger. I think that tells a tale in and of itself don't you? :-)

Cheers,
Millsy

19 comments :

  1. That has been a productive year.. Some of them even look finished...;-)

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  2. My own output, alas, compares unfavourably...

    Must spend more time at workbench!

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  3. Your efforts in the past year got me committed to started 15mm WW2 North Africa forces and now you are tempting me with 15mm SF too...darn you!

    Lovely stuff mate!

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    1. Apologies for that mate. It seems to be the way it works. At least the 15mm sci-fi is relatively cheap, smallish sized forces and easily transportable which would be good for you in your current state of affairs.

      Dave Docherty is going to cost me a lot of money on the colonial front this year too I expect for exactly the same reasons, curse him and his massive battalions... :-)

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  4. 2014 was a very good year for you, Millsy! I still smile when I think about how your club painted up a whole WH army for a birthday present. What a treat!

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  5. Who's been a busy boy, then? ;-)

    May 2015 be just as productive!

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  6. Nice to see the roll up for all the masterful work throughout the past year. Looking forward to more great works in 2015!

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  7. That's some amazing productivity there. It surprised me how many of your models I remembered from over the course of the year. Great work!

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  8. So many beautiful creations in 2014! Congrats!

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  9. What a year! A stunning haul of painted lead, well done that man.

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  10. Thats a stunning array of completed minis there Simon and it looks that a damn good year for you

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  11. Wow. I. Not even going to count - I might struggle to hit 1% of that!

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  12. Crikey! That's ten years worth for me! Impressed!

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  13. That's quite a decent effort in reducing the lead pile :) And with some pretty impressive quality all the way. How on earth do you find the time for all this? :P Must have a timemachine available or something like that...

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  14. Very impressive, not just in quantity but also quality of painting. That is a high bench mark for 2015 to pass.

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  15. Fantastic pictorial review of the year! Well done!

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