I painted a large batch of Ungors a few months ago for a client and I was pleased when they got in touch to ask me to do some more. I really like the miniatures, and I am not in the habit of turning down work anyway! This time, it was for 21 Ungors and 3 of the guys to go on the chariots.
Batch painting has become habit now, I find it more difficult to paint one miniature at a time – unless it is a character of course – so I popped them on the used air-brush paint shot glasses and got on with them.
I could remember how I did the previous ones, however I was sent a couple of fully painted ones I had done before as a reminder anyway. This did help, though I would have used the pictures I took of the last set. I should really consider setting up a paint diary for the future!
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Hello everyone. It’s been a while. I’ve had a very busy week with a commission for 67 Ungors and that has taken a bit of time. I thoroughly enjoyed painting these miniatures as they are not something I would have painted for myself. They were fun miniatures and painting in such large batches was something I haven’t done before. The largest I have done before was fifteen, so lots of twenty and thirty was new.
I am pleased with the result and so was the client, so here they are:
And now to the less fun part of the update. Corona Virus has hit everyone in some way and I for one am not immune to that. I have decided to no longer paint and sell on ebay or do commissions until things have eased off. I have severe asthma and do not want to risk my health, or that of others, by posting items at the post office. I have been in the house since Sunday and currently I feel I am doing alright. I intend to finish the one commission and then focus on staying healthy. Plenty of hobby will still happen, but for now, the selling will have to wait.
Keeping in touch with others is going to be key in keeping us all sane. I have no wish to go mad again. As such, I plan to organise ‘Hobby Challenges’ for people to work on together while they are at home. It is a small thing perhaps but if it helps a few people stay safe, then it is worth it.