Tonight I listened to Alien Earth War stories and painted some Samurai… not exactly the best connection, but it was on Youtube and popped up as I finished watching something else.

I also managed to get some more paint onto the Samurai Infantry.

I also managed to knock off a sashimono… I swore lots. I might just get a little blob of Greenstuff to hold it in place. In hindsight I should have done that for all of them. The ones armed with the hand weapons are going to be red (as you can probably tell from the photo). The bow and command stands are in whatever colour I fancied slapping on them.

After this lot I have 24 left to go and then the army is finished. Yeah okay I have another shit load of the Battle Valour ones to paint and then the Sengoku Monster Hunter ones to paint for my mate, but I am in fact getting there.

To be honest, I didn’t thing I would get anything done for today. I got up and promptly fell back down. I initially thought that I had stood up too quickly. So I stood up slowly and fell back down a second time. After three or four more attempts my brain decided that my body wasn’t having any of it and I was forced to lie back down again. I eventually managed to get it of bed at about 11.30… with a humorous interlude of trying to get into a pair of trousers. Standing on one leg trying to dress is really tricky when you are feeling dizzy.

Luckily it wore off by mid afternoon. And although feeling a bit drained I managed to stay upright for the rest of the day.

9 thoughts on “Samurai Foot…Making a Start

      1. We stopped testing in Shetland as it was pretty much in the population. Thankfully only 7 deaths up here, but we locked down quick. Schools shut a week before the rest of the Scotland. So I am teaching from home. I probably had Covid as I developed a cough and had a fever before the Easter break. Luckily it was mild and short lived.

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    1. Yeah, I’m back onsite at work pretty soon, so I’m not really looking forward to that. Seems our AU state and federal governments have decided to shift to more of a herd immunity strategy now, so working in the type of workplace where it’s pretty likely we’ll have breakouts I’m not looking forward to it…

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  1. I fear those sashimonos may fall off from time-to-time which is likely to be annoying but they are worth the trouble. I hope you feel better soon. Being dizzy is no joke!

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