The way I work on projects is that I rarely have just one on the go at any moment. Here are the four I am presently working through.
Using Das mixed with PVA I am experimenting with sculpting a Hill Giant for D&D, the finer details I intend working in GS.
I do a bit each day then leave to dry.
Some details, buckles and straps will be in GS.
Not looking forward to doing the face!
Secondly I've been making a terrain piece for my son, he wanted an altar, but think I may have really created a temple, the altar will be made though.
I made this in parts so that he can organise it how he likes, I will be making at least 2 actual altars, for variety as well.
Its a bit rough and generic, which gives it multiple use but then not very characterful, so that's a problem I have yet to solve.
Perhaps there are some smaller sculpted pieces I can add to give more flavour.
Next, the large model buildings I started to make so I could play Golden Heroes or Walking Dead with,are close to just needing painting.
Notice the upper storey, the windows look more like shutters, thought I would the do the whole build like that till I had done a few...... oh no.
Two need masonry paint and one literally colouring.
Some extra roof pieces to allow me to creat lower buildings from the upper storeys.
Finally the Wizards, Alchemists, Sorcerers Tome that I started some while back has been given a treatment of PVAcrete to fill its edges and a first hint of paint.
This was an experiment to see how badly the cheap folder might warp and it seems to be OK.
So I will be finishing this off as soon as I can, will be putting maps and "World" materials in it.
That's all the projects on the go at the moment, although I do have a notion to make a 12" box to put Tom's altar in, which will can be used as part of the model as well. So never really finished eh?