maandag 22 december 2008
My name is Ludo and I suffer from Unpainted Lead Syndrome (ULS for short).
For those of you who have no idea what this means: I am a wargamer who is sitting on a pile of unpainted figures that I accumulated over the years.
Like many other wargamers I have problems focusing on a limited number of eras and/or scales. Looking through wargames magazines or visiting The Miniatures Page leads way too often to the purchase of yet another range/period/scale.
The last year or two I have managed to cut down and I sold quite a bit of stuff. And I bought a lot less than I used to. And (New Years resolution alert!) from now on I will cut back even more. I will go through the pile of lead and plastic and work my way through these while building up some finished forces for the different games I've been wanting to play... Big words indeed!
On the picture you can see my painting desk. Other than the 10 40mm Napoleonic Peninsular Brits from the Perry twins that are on their way right now, nothing new will be placed on it untill something else is finished.
What's on it for the moment?
- Perry miniatures ACW
- Great War Miniatures late WWI British
- GHQ late war Russians
- Bloodbowl High Elf team and referee
- Phoenix miniatures SG1 and Jaffa
- Modern scenery and Foundry cop with shotgun
- Pulp SF troopers
- Confrontation Wolfen, Kelts and a Griffon
- Helldorado Saracen
- Infinity haq'islam
- 2 US Stryker ICV and a M113
- Assorted free giveaway miniatures
- Warhammer hounds of Khorne
- Some Warmachine Cygnars
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