A Year in Review - 2015

My goodness! Where does the time go? Goodbye to 2015 and welcome 2016. I had all of these grand plans for the end of 2015. And then I became employed and the plans went right out of the window. Oh well.

Tumbling Dice, 1:2400, Age of Sail
One of my little projects that I worked on in 2015.

That said, 2015 was a great year for my hobbies. In my first January post I detailed my plans for the year. Let's see how I did:
  1. War of the Roses faces joint project - DONE
  2. Finishing the Perry Napoleonic French dipped regiment - DONE
  3. Moving forward on my Seven Years War Swiss regiment - DONE
  4. Knocking out the rest of my Winter War Soviets from WW2 (I just purchased and assembled two BT-7 tanks from Pegasus Models)
  5. My Genestealers in Space Hulk are almost done - DONE
  6. My 20mm WW2 Germans from AB Miniatures
  7. I'm also going to be playing more wargames this year - DONE
I didn't touch my WW2 Germans and I only did a bit with the Winter War Soviets. My summer Russians had some armor completed. I also created a custom Blood Bowl pitch on a whim. I convinced myself to make custom counters for Up Front and that ate up hours and hours and hours (and hours) of time.

There are a couple of other small items that I completed as well. I'll get those photographed and posted in the next few weeks. So, all in all, it has been a pretty productive year, even with the lack of hobby time this fall and winter.

How did all of you do? Did you hit your goals? Were there any projects that surprised you last year? Please comment below!


  1. Who ara the manufacturer of the ship model?

  2. Tumbling Dice manufactured the ship model. This one is from their 1:2400 range. They also have super-small 1:4800 scale ships.

    You can see the 1:4800 scale here: http://squadpainter.blogspot.com/2013/03/close-action-with-tumbling-dice-14800.html

    Thanks for the comment!

    - Jeff

  3. Here is a link to Tumbling Dice Miniatures:


  4. Replies
    1. Michael - It was a good year, wasn't it? I'm looking forward to an even better one for 2016 filled with miniature painting, wargames, secret projects, games, and other fun things!


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