Alas, I have some bad news. I'm about to be down and out for several days recovering from surgery. Sure, it's not the most extreme surgery in the world, but it will involve being unable to eat for a couple days, which means my normal physically active lifestyle is right out. So I figured I'd better have a couple simple painting projects available in case I'm bored but can't concentrate very well.
So, even though I haven't COMPLETELY finished my first Mountain of Metal project (it's getting close, but not totally done yet), I am planning a few fairly simple things to work on. The first I'm not showing you a picture of, because it's going to be this month's Zombies, and I want you to be surprised. But it is three miniatures, and I promise they are currently unpainted.
The second involves turning a bunch of these:
The third project, also a decent amount of work, is to do the rest of the buildings/scatter terrain in my sci-fi set. You have already seen the prototype in the Painting Week Terrain Day article. The rest of this pile is to be painted to match:
That is all obviously going to take me longer than this week to finish, but I wanted to make sure I had some less detailed things to work on while I'm sick and injured. And they are all things that I've been trying to get done for months, so I figured now's the time.
Wish me luck. I'm off to go get anesthetized and spend the next few days on an all protein-shake diet.