So, summer is here, kids are underfoot, and GenCon is fast approaching. I'm going to start making an effort to update a lot more often, because that way I can document some progress. And, to help limit what I am trying to do, and to visualize progress, I took a spare white board, and made a Kanban board.
I have more categories than "To Do," "In Progress," and "Done," however. But, if I take daily (or near daily photos), then I should be able to actually track progress of some projects across the board, and, more importantly, I can attempt to limit what is actually on my plate at any given time. If I don't do that, then I can easily wind up with a several dozen different projects at each stage, and that's just too much. Now, at the moment, there are full KS boxes that are in the "To Build" category, and as I pull a few models out of each per day, they will slowly move into the primed category.
In the meantime, at the start of the day today, this is what my board looked like:
The more, the better. Later this month, I have some Warmahordes stuff coming, and I have at least one Kickstarter coming before the end of the year. Plus, I buy stuff at GenCon, and I am still dumping stuff that I don't play for stuff that I hopefully will. I need to start working on this backlog of lead and plastic, before it buries me.