|Wonderfully illustrative pic from "PizzaGrenadier's blog" here|
WW2 Bolt Action/Chain of Command: British Paras (Painted)
WWW2 - Germans, US (60% painted)
VSF: IHMN, Space 1889 (75% painted)
Pulp/Horror/Cthulhu -Various (mostly painted)
Dark Ages: SAGA Vikings, Anglo-Dane, Irish and Norman (All Painted)
Middle Ages: boxes of Fireforge Crusaders (unpainted)
Blood Bowl - lots of teams, 80% Painted
40K: Moderate size Salamanders Army- Actually its the Lad's (50% painted)
Ancients - DBA Briton and Imperial Roman Armies (unpainted), DBM Polybian Roman (painted) and Carthaginian (painted) Armies
Medieval - DBA HYW Feudal English and Scots (unpainted)
Colonial - Zulu Wars: British, Natal and Zulu armies (all painted)
VSF - bunch of stuff (all unpainted)
WW2 - Eastern Front (Kursk), Western Desert (mostly unpainted)
Vietnam -large collection of Free World Forces and jungle terrain (50% painted) and some NVA (50% painted)
SF - small collection of GZG stuff plus a few QRF goodies. I so want some of Old Crow's Hammers Slammers though...
SF: OGRE (some painted), Epic (mostly painted), random SF (lots painted)
ECW: Royalist English and Scots to go against Alan's Roundheads (WIP)
VSF: Aeronef and Land Ironclads (some painted, lots not)
Misc - spaceships, WW1 and 2 aerial
Its the keeping of all the necessary terrain etc in different scales that seems needless and a bit daft at times. Then again, my interests (and use of scales) seem very cyclic so I try to have a lot of scale generic scenery where possible.
For me there appears to be no "one true scale". Then there is this mate of Comrade James and I who is tempting us into joining his near future Campaign in 1/600...
Anyone else have this continuing dilemma? Or is it just me having such analysis paralysis?
|Another topical pic, this time from Hots Matz|