First I will get the frustration out of the way. I have been at great pains this week as I have been unable to return the favour and follow a couple of good blogs why? Well my reading list is well over 300 blogs and blogger wont let me add any more, so please if you have a blog, do bloggers like me a favour, check to ensure you have the followers gadget installed on your blog, because if you don't I can't follow you and nor can many others. Now there is a very simple solution and all you need to do is follow this LINK written by James and do exactly as it says on the tin so to speak and I will be eternally grateful.
Right now onto the business end of this post. Well it certainly has been a busy week in the Great Hall, I have clocked up over 70 hours painting and scored 309 points this week in an effort to get to a certain point pre festivities in order to sit back and not worry about things for a couple of weeks. Also I have plans that will remove a couple of weeks from January as well so this should give me the cushion I wanted to create to ensure I hit my targets.
As you may be aware this was the first full week of the challenge proper and I have been super busy on the back end of the brushes. My opening entry was this years entry fee of a sheriff from the foundry ranges.
The challenge overall this week has produced some stunning work from fellow hobbyists and I urge anyone who has not done so all ready to click the link in the right side bar and go visit The Analogue Hobbies blog and see for yourselves.
I will be continuing with updates throughout the festive period when time allows though I can not guarantee they will be daily after today for a while. So I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.