Finished, not perfect is the message of a video that I've seen several times on Facebook in the last few days. The basic point of it (and it's not long, so go ahead and watch it if you wish) is that "Finished and imperfect is far better than perfect, yet unfinished." I'm trying to make it my mantra as I work on painting (and other projects). It's really an update on the adage about letting the perfect become the enemy of the good.
So, the Norse Irish DBA army is done. It's been painted, flocked and sealed. Completely done. I'm going to be putting them up for sale or trade. (It's nothing against DBA - I deliberately bought a bunch of armies so that I could paint some to pay for more. Any system where my armies at that small in number is something that I am going to keep around, just because it's a nice feeling, to have a fully painted army for a change.) Anyway, I offer proof:
I also have already assembled the Obsidian Oni. I think the next project is going to be assembling 10 soldier models for Frostgrave. In fact, I will pretty much be assembling and priming models for the next week or so, before beginning my next painting project. But, there is more painting on the horizon; just changing gears a bit first.