Greetings one and all,
I write just as I've raised from my post-Christmas meal coma (it was very nice in case you were curious). This time of year is excellent for self-reflection on the year that is just about to end and what the next year holds in store. So join me as I recap 2022 from Grey Paints' perspective and give a few hints at what you all have to look forward to in 2023.
The biggest achievement for me this year was a massive (for me) Nercomunda series. We wrote, I think it ended up being 20 or so articles, and that was a really fun project to work on. I personally love Nercomunda, I think it is one of the best games that Gamesworkshop produces and really look forward to journeying into the Ash Wastes this coming year.
On a personal note, my health took a dive at the beginning of 2022, which resulted in the loss of my job and driving licence (which I needed for my job). Fortunately, I have since recovered and starting to get back on my feet. Despite this, there was a small silver lining; the spare time I inadvertently gained, I used to get back into article writing and streaming. Yes, I have a Twitch channel which I’m going to be putting even more time into this coming year.
Furthermore, this year I’ve had the opportunity to build and paint a huge range of models, including Warhammer, Marvel, 3D printed custom builds; some of these I’d never worked with or even heard of. It’s been a real pleasure to paint such a range of models and I do believe my painting skill has drastically improved over this year. Below are a few of my favourite pieces.
Lastly, looking to the year ahead. I’ve been working on a series of articles covering the Horus Heresy which should be massive, at least 40 articles minimum. We will return to Nercomunda to delve into the Underhive and out into the Ash Wastes. Judging if the Combat Patrols are value for money and a whole mess of Build Guides, Reviews and Gaming Streams.
So, all that is left to say is, Happy New Year to you all, and I’ll see you in 2023.
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