So here we are, the last day of my second lockdown daily project log. 117 days of posts, ramblings, miniatures and battle reports and as much as I've hated being stuck at home and off work, I have to say that I have found myself reengaged with my hobby in a way I've not managed for as long as I can remember.
During the period, I've painted 154 figures or terrain items and played 25 games using seven different rulesets. I've rediscovered 28mm and created characters I've really enjoyed playing, be it Inquisitor Fisher or Vash Hammersworn and their companions who have been embroiled in an ongoing narrative sort of campaign. The Boar Company have returned to my gaming table after three whole years of sitting on a shelf and their world of Aeroth and the borderlands are coming to life with new forces and characters.
While Covid has been a massive disruption and worry to our lives, I've found my hobby has really helped me get through it and am hoping that my return to work won't herald the end of hobbytime like it has done so often before. I suspect that it won't this time around as I've discovered just how stress relieving painting a figure or playing a quick game is and no matter how tired I may be of an evening, I'm sure I will be able to heft a paintbrush or dice and push some figures around the table.
I do hope folks have enjoyed my rambling posts over the last four months and I plan on keeping going, possibly not every day but at least once a week with whatever I'm working on or playing and I'm keen to actually tick off some of my Wishlist items but that will be a post for another day and until then, All the best!