Probably at the top of my list is getting back to doing online comics and making some changes to this site, perhaps even adding a facebook component. I feel like I have spread myself too thin though, coming up with a lot of storylines, but not really having the time to do any of them justice. I have already dropped the "Hairy Putter" idea. Thinking I will drop the "Dark Knight/Marvel Crossover" and the "Star Trek" story as well; concentrating on "Vietnam Story", "Sheriff Roy" and a new WWII piece that I am toying with. Those three would certainly keep me busy. The biggest issue that I have is that I really don't have a great place for a studio anymore and it is a hassle to do shoots. I need to solve that problem. I also have a lot of modeling projects hanging over my head and they always seem to fill my hobby time. I am supposed to be working on a Marder II for Hammer Six, that is probably my number one priority if I can shake off the winter funk. After that, I would like to concentrate on some comic production before I get hung up in another modeling project. We'll see how that goes.
We are less that three weeks away from our show at Entertrainment Junction, March 4th and 5th in Westchester, Ohio. If you live in the Midwest, you should try to make it to this show. Unlike a lot of figure shows, the emphasis is on displaying figures, scale vehicles and dioramas. Yeah, we have vendors too, so pretty good ones actually, but the SSCC FIGURECON is a great place to hang out with fellow hobbyists and talk about the hobby. There are some really talented people in the club and I personally enjoying having a little more time with them over the weekend than I would get in a monthly two-hour meeting. It is just a great, great time. If you can fit it into your schedule, you won't be sorry.