Painting in isolation

Being stuck in the house has been difficult considering the fact that I’ve got to be 2 meters away from everyone. It’s either that or a worse case scenario happens, so I’m doing the best I can.

But on the bright side, it’s sunny and I’ve got loads of miniature painting to do. Luckily I had a load of miniatures spray painted before I had to be self isolated in my room.

Another positive is cooked tagliatelle in turmeric and mixed herbs.

Recently I’ve been able to get some neglected models painted as part of my Imperial Guard project, made entirely from neglected miniatures. So far I’ve got a Company Captain painted, two tanks and two infantry units done.

My T34 kit has been given a undercoat, ready for painting as part of my upcoming Stalingrad miniature collection series.

Finally, I have a display piece of WWII British Infantry on patrol undercoated too. This will be part of my Lincolnshire WWII tribute, as of yet I’m currently researching who to base it on.

That’s all for today. Stay safe,

-Bjorn

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