Plans? What Plans?

I have no radically new plans up my sleeve for 2018 but will be following up on some of the things I either started or didn’t get round to over the last couple of years, due in the main to a nasty outbreak of real life. So, in no particular order but with at least a small degree of logical thinking, here are my plans for the next twelve months:
A break from 1/285th WW2 and a switch to 1/600th scale, with MiG Alley / Bag the MiG for the Korean War and at least one other project, perhaps WW1 or moderns, although I have yet to decide and will just go with the flow. I like the idea of more Wings at War games including the Falklands and I really want to give Target Locked On! a proper run through, which means some more Cold War aircraft will need to be scrambled at some point.

A definite priority is to actually paint the 1/2400th scale steam and sail ships for the 1864 Second Schleswig War, although I’ve been saying that for at least two years already. After that I would like to do at least one more naval project, perhaps the 1/2400th scale pre-dreadnoughts or even some Napoleonics, just for  a change but in the same scale. I really should finish off the 1/600th scale coastal convoy and some more escorts as well, so that I can run some games at the club rather than just doing air warfare things.
I am now shelving any pretence at trying to paint anything in 28mm and now will be focussed pretty much on 15mm instead, a decision I actually made last year when I realised I’d never finish more than half a dozen 28mm figures every six months. I’m planning to pick up my long standing ideas for 15mm modern / post-colonial skirmish games, with a focus on Britain’s Small Wars plus an element of imaginations to keep the narrative interesting. I may also squeeze in something else like 15mm Chain of Command but doubt I’ll get that Lion Rampant project started, much as I’d really like to do so.
That’s it…nothing to expansive (or expensive) but enough to keep me interested and gainfully employed at the workbench, assuming I get the time and don’t end up drifting off on some ‚ooh shiny‘ tangent.
Tally Ho!

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