Saturday, 1 January 2022

Looking forward to 2022

2021 was not the best of years but we did get through it and we are looking forward to 2022 with a little more optimism.

At this time of year I like to write about my plans for the coming year and try to highlight different projects I have or am going to be working on.

Magazine Articles;

In 2021 I had various articles published in Miniature Wargames, Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy and Wargames Illustrated as well as Narrow Gauge World. I can confirm that there will be more of the same and I will be posting details on the blog as and when they are published.

Book Sales;

I have seen a marked increase in sales of Wargames Terrain & Buildings - The Napoleonic Wars as well as selling out of the self published book Dampfpanzerwagon Guide No. 3 - Models For Wargamers. Thank you to everyone who has supported me by picking up a copy/copies.

Model Railway Layout;

I've promised the grandchildren that I will spend more time working on the railway layout - The Yellow Pelican Mining Co. so expect updates once I have the time and the room to work on it.

Miniature Painting;

I have been inspired to paint and convert a number of minis for the new rule set The Silver Bayonet and while there have been a number of different posts recently, I plan to continue posting details of my various Silver Bayonet themed projects, which will include themed terrain. converting miniatures and painting figures. the Silver Bayonet has been a real 'kick in the butt' for me allowing me to revisit my Flintloque collection and search through my bits box for suitable models to convert and paint.

I have included this image of my Dwarf Prussians searching for werewolves. I think it might be a case of werewolves searching for Dwarf Prussians!

I'll keep you updated with regular posts detailing my various projects, but for now, Happy New Year and stay safe.


1 comment:

Terry Silverthorn said...

Great stuff, another of my gaming chums has also repurposed some Flintloque figs for use in Silver Bayonet, which then reminded me that I had a few boxes laying about to ddig through!