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I have been painting a bit at lunch at work, where I keep a second set of paint and some spare brushes. If I am feeling organized, I have a couple of transit boxes to carry the current project in. I keep additional painting here, though, in case of surprises. I moved these guys, some Foundry Normans, last week, and started wondering when I got them. They look like they were hand primed in grey with a black wash, a technique I haven’t used in a rather long time. So, I dug out my notebooks. I know from the running summary that is now a file on my iPad that I have been logging my painting completions continuously now since the fall of 1995. In the course of attempting to find out how long I’d been “working” on those Normans, I ran across the first page of painting log: I did eventually find some general notes to suggest that I ordered the Normans in the spring of 1998, so right at 20 years. I also found the November 1997 order planning notes for the molds that made the figures I used for the Dux Bellorum game last week (for the first time), another project 20 years in the making...
It's 4am. I've just spent the last few hours going through my first of case of miniatures. I've managed to take quick photos if some and add them to my "Miniatures Owned" notebook. http://sprng.me/e9act I have a SKU checklist but visually the Springpad notebooks are an easier and more satisfying system. While inputting them I started thinking about each mini and will be discussing the few I put in within each spring. You'll be able to tell quickky enough that I used to collect mostly Ral Partha. This isn't about showing off my collection. I'll post those directly to Show Off when they are finished. No, this thread is about using a visual note system for cataloging. I also list the minis I'm interested in acquiring or taking notes from. Miniatures of Interest: http://sprng.me/e8n01