About a week ago I put out the call on Twitter for folks to let us know what they are aiming for in 2021 – your hobby goals!
Not neccesarily a resolution, but a vague idea of what you’d like to achieve in the year at least! Let’s see what you folks are trying to do in this year of 2021…
These are mine, proud of what I managed last year so lets see if we can do better this year in terms of quality as opposed to quantity!
Getting my hobby bench back in service properly, (behold my shame), & actually painting something is my main goal for 2021.
The inspiring project is building #TeamYankee Iran/Iraq opposing forces. I've never worked w/ 15mm before and both have very different desert motifs.
I'm going with this! Managed to finish a Sanguinary Priest and an Impulsor in two days so if I can keep this pace up should be a good year!
I think I want to paint my Primaris Pile in the old school bright red Blood Angels scheme, and convert some as Olde Marine Units.
I also am eyeing the upcoming Slaanesh stuff.
I want to delve into more non GW stuff.
And dip my toes into some Old Hammer.
My main goal to finish painting my Konflict 47 soviet army. I started in 2017, a mate started a U.S army at the same time and finished it ages ago. I’m determined to get them finished before lockdown ends or he may kill me. Other projects too, but want to be a better painter 👍
Firstly, after painting the Angels of Purification, I should finish the Cerberus.
But mainly I want to finish Shadowspear (x2), then start on the Indomitus boxes (x2), Paint the Munda Enforcers & entourage. Finish the Escher gang, finish the Ambot gang. Swap the head of Goliaths
Play games, ive had a year of painting and painted 3 armies. More actual playing next year.
I have but one goal this year…I plan to paint ONE THOUSAND miniatures.
My inspiration is nothing more than the boxes and boxes of unpainted and/or unbuilt minis I've had laying around for YEARS. It's time for those to go away.
That’s just a few of your lofty goals for this year! Want to read even more for inspiration? Check out the full thread here!