... 3 today!
Well goodness me, doesn't time fly when you are having fun! Today marks the third anniversary of 28mm Victorian Warfare's creation, a diversion that seems very hard to put down. I just want to thank all that visit, particularly those that take the time to leave a comment - your support, enthusiasm and best wishes are truly inspirational.
I'm afraid that I've not been maintaining my usual presence around our cosy corner of the Blog-o-sphere of late, a combination of busy 'real life' matters and frantically trying to finish a couple more units for 'The Fourth Annual Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge', which is due to conclude next week, have put paid to my usual routine.
So what plans for the rest of the year? Well there is some Blood Bowl to play as the 'South Coast Saurus' look to break into a league, currently the preserve of Messrs 'Dark Templar' and 'Bullcher Feb' - I have no doubt that this will be a bruising encounter! Then there is Mars Attacks! The miniatures Game is due for dispatch in the summer, perhaps fortunate timing given the somewhat shocking demise of England's Cricket team!
More recently, I have found reading about the Legatus' brushes with IHMN (something again that I invested in far too much) quite inspiring and feel the need to complete at least one company, before the end of the year. I have a least started the 'Scotland Yard' company.
There is of course more zombie madness to be had as I dig out the 7ombieTV rules and finally get the St. Trinians girls into action (that sentence could have been more carefully crafted!) and lots more 'Zombicide' needs to be played.
Finally there is yet another 'secret project' on the cards! This one has a more obvious outcome insomuch as there is a definite rule set in mind! In fact much of my 'Salute' purchases this year will probably have something to do with this little idea - more to follow.
So once again a huge Thank You, and if I have erroneously overlooked your blog and not added it to my blog roll, then do please let me know by leaving a comment below.