I got a lot started this year, but not a lot finished. :)
I decided I was never going to paint enough Seven Years War for Black Powder by myself, so I sold the ones I had to my brother. He is now trying to duplicate my paint job. Good with that, bro.
I did do some small scratch building projects. I made about 8 feet of fences to give to Jaye. Our group games at Jaye's house, so I wanted to contribute something.
I made a couple of small hills. I started work on some GHQ hex terrain. I need to do more, but I have a good start on it.
I did get interested in Bob Cordery's Portable Wargame Project. I have started some WWII figures for those rules, and made a board for it. The rules use a board marked off in squares. It will certainly reduce questions about whether something is in range.
I have almost finished 2 units for Gaslight. I got some Russo-Japanese War figures from Outpost. They are Russian infantry. I decided to black prime these instead of my normal white priming. Much quicker to paint, and less strain on the eyes.
I did pick up an Optivisor this year, at the suggestion of Phil, the owner of the local hobby shop. (Tabletop Games) I am very glad I did. It made it possible to paint again.
I decided to make some wargaming goals for the new year.
1) Make a contingent for Gaslight, consisting of 3 infantry units, a steam tank and a walker.
2) Run at least one game this year at the regular Thursday night gaming session
3) Finish up a 15mm science fiction army for Gruntz.
I hope to do more, but I want to set goals I can reach given the health problems.
Keep on gaming!