Thursday, November 6, 2014

The 5th Annual Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge

It's heerre...

Thanks to Edwin King and Dave D for posting about it on facebook. I looked just the other day and it wasn't posted yet.

Head on over to Analogue Hobbies and check it out. It's great fun, you can shoot the shit with other hobbyists, and see some inspiring work. Ok, you don't have to participate to see it, but you get the point. It's incredibly inspiring and it got me to paint more in three months than I'd painted in 20 years, no joke. You also don't have to be a master painter, I'm certainly not. just a desire to get some figures done and the ability to follow some fairly simple rules. Hell,the only real deadlines are the end and the fortnightly challenges, which are completely optional.

So I hope to see you there, either participating or voting, for my entries of course ;-).

My post on last years challenge is my all time popular post. I thought it was because you all are just so interested in Curt's challenge until I re-read the post and saw that I had a word that rhymes with gits and two pictures of a salacious nature at the bottom. Mystery solved.

I also realize now that I should probably re-read my post challenge post to see if I can learn from my experience last year.


  1. Cheers for the links.
    I've dropped a line over on the A.H. blog to see if I can join in.

    1. Hi Roy, good on you! Curt seemed to be saying that he had some help this year and so would have extra spots. Last year 50 quickly grew to 60. I honestly don't know how he does it. I would crack.

  2. Ahh, yes, I can quite see how that might have been a popular post.

    Looking forward to seeing your submissions again this year.

    1. Hi Tamsin, good to hear from you. Sadly, I have not checked in on your blog in awhile. I too look forward to seeing what you get up to this year. Mammalian protuberances are the most popular thing on my blog :(

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    1. Thanks Michael, we're all gluttons for punishment I guess.

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    1. Thanks Joe. I need to sort out what I'm going to paint.



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