What’s Next?

I hear you say.

After a stressful week or two where I have not painted (probably adding to my stress), I have, however, in the quieter moments been considering the next wargame project ((other than completing the basing on the ACW and John’s French WW1 fleet – yes John, they are about the painting table now)).

I was thinking about a DBMM army. I really liked the pictures of the Khurasan Miniatures I had seen but he’s taken the website off-air for a few weeks. I was thinking Kushan, or Khurasanian or even something South American. I also considered increasing my Koguryo Koreans to DBMM size. The Alain Touller Figurines are really quite nice. Lastly I have been considering something South-East Asian – Javanese and the like.

I was also thinking about my Peru-Bolivia-Chile project in 10mm. That seems quite an attractive proposition at the moment although I would need to write some rules.

What I finally decided on is Aeronefs. I have ‘nefs and Aerostats to paint. I have 2mm terrain pieces to fly over. I have always wanted a train set and I know where I can get a 2mm train. As for terrain, some A4 size MDF sheets from Art Friend here are going to be just the business as a base to build terrain on.

Yep, decided. A continuation of the Peshawar project.

Aeronefs!

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2 thoughts on “What’s Next?

  1. Anthony 1 March 2013 / 6:32 pm

    15mm Napoleonics, 20mm WWII, 15 SYW, etc… ie: there are lots of “normal” periods without going all alternative and weird on us. (as if playing with toy soldiers can be any weirder 🙂

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  2. Doug 1 March 2013 / 7:26 pm

    bah.. humbug, I have no aeronefs.. but you know you need to do an ‘Eastern’ army for Wintercon? 😉

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