Work towards my target in the Analogue Painting Challenge is progressing very well with my current points total two thirds of the way to the finish line at the end of week five. This was largely helped along by a few days off at Christmas (illness free thankfully) which gave me a chance to get off the blocks quickly. Indeed I've done so well I have run out of Zulu's to paint and have had to order some more! While I wait for them to arrive I have rearranged my painting plan to start on the British a few weeks earlier than originally scheduled.
Hopefully the next batch of Zulus will be delivered in time for me to get some more done before the Challenge comes to an end. However even if they don't make it on time I know I have more than enough points worth of figures sitting in the wings to comfortably hit my target... ironic really as back in December I was wondering if I had been a bit over ambitious!
Appears you may need to revise your goal UP. Good job!ReplyDelete
I agree with Jonathan - you clearly need to raise your target to something more ambitious, maybe 1500 points?ReplyDelete
Way to crush it, Mr LeeReplyDelete
Look at you with the mad spreadsheet skills!
Cracking on well LeeReplyDelete
Stop poncing around with silly graphs, that's Miles job and get on with the painting!ReplyDelete
Cracking pace! Unlike England during the Ashes...ReplyDelete
Thanks everyone...things will slow down a little for a while. I'm starting on the British today and they are much more complex models to paint, so I'll undoubtedly get fewer painted per week. Having said that I should still hit my target easily. I won't raise it just yet though.ReplyDelete