I'd just like to clear something up from my last post which only came to me after a comment left by Ivor (once again thanks mate) it concerns this part of the post (Looking back I think I was making to many pointless posts like the ones on what models I just bought & then again when I'd painted them, as I've said on here more then once I've no great painting skills, so going forward I'll just do be doing things like the Heart stone of Africa, Pulp Alley AAR's, leagues, a little chat post like this one, an odd on location & hopefully not to many when a shoot goes wrong kind of post :) )
As Ivor rightly pointed out in the comments there is no pointless posts & there was no intention offend anyone with this, from my point of view the think behind it was simple & I'll try to explain as best I can here goes.
1) Posting a picture of models I just bought, the thinking here is you will get to see them anyway when I use them & believe me when I say I go out of my way to use every model I buy, if not why would I buy them ?
2) As I don't consider myself a good painter why show you picture's of what I've just painted ? I can't give you any tips on how to paint so I'm not helping you with something, painting for me is just something I need to do to use the models & I just paint them as quickly & simply as I can, I haven't tried to improve my painting in years, & as I've said above you will get to see them anyway.
3) Time, it takes time to post something but it all so takes time to read or look at something someone has posted, the thinking here is I want the time you spend here to be as entertain as I can make it, so while I know all of us modeller love to look at models both painted & unpainted, I have a feeling( & please correct me if I'm wrong ) that we like most of all to see them in action.
I hope that helps to clear things up & if I did offend anyone by the post it was unintentional & I can only say sorry & ask your forgiveness, I'll leave it there & as always my thanks for dropping in & if you'd care to leave a comment it would be welcomed.