So lately I have hit a "painting block" so to speak. I like painting and have a large project to finish before June. I even have a good routine of painting to podcasts. But what do you do when it still doesn't work, when you don't feel the "mojo"?
So my painting Mojo is missing. There might be several factors for this. It's very nice weather wise outside, definitely a "spring fever" scenario. Work is also a pain in the ass right now. Maybe the combination of stress and a deadline is making painting less appealing. Maybe it's due to me playing more games than before......
|Mojo Jojo is awesome!|
So I'm playing more games of 40k than last year. Well heck with a table at my house and an awesome set up at Zach's place, 40k is at an all time high for me. (case and point, I squeezed a 2 hour game in yesterday in the afternoon!) Before, I had to rely on tournaments for games, so I would get pumped up to go to them. Painting fueled the excitement! Now I can get a game in anytime I have free time, so tournaments are just another game day. So the question now is how to get back the excitement of going? (It's almost like being married, you know the seven year itch!)
You are looking at the grapes right?
So here is my question to you, How do you beat the painting blues? I'm interested in what others do to keep painting after years of putting out armies.