When I began painting a few months ago I only worked on one figure at a time and I thought that was the way I'd always do it. But as you go, you get advice, you learn some things and you change your approach.
Right now I have eleven figures on the table and there is plenty of variety to keep me interested. The figures are from Foundry, Hasslefree, Dark Sword and Essex. I'm painting 15mm, 25mm and 32mm scale at the same time and doing that is improving my brush control.
I am also building terrain for these figures. I will be building and designing 9 pieces for dioramas for these figures. Currently I have three of those on the the workbench.
Also, I just finished sculpting my first four pieces. Now these are small pieces and will be used for scenery so they are not figures. They are however whimsical and fun. I will be posting those after I get them painted along with a "how I did it".
I will also be posting Part 1 of my Birthday Mountain of Lead and yes, it will take more than one post to get it all in. Once I got started, I just couldn't stop and really I blame the Ferret for a lot of it. Those flying monkey's, I just couldn't resist them and I kept going back and buying more. It was like being in the grips of some horrible disease and I was helpless. Yes, it' was the Ferret's fault.
It's Friday folks and time that you'll never get back has passed. So make the weekend count for something. I know I will.