What’s on the table?

“What has it got in its pocketses?” (Gollum)

I thought I would make a quick overview of the total mess of my hobby table this morning. This is supposed to be my indoor gaming table.

Organised chaos

From top left:

Back row: energy drink; Renedra plastic bases propped against an LED magnifying glass; box of stuff to paint; tray of sorted ACW 6mm troops waiting to be put away; boxes of figures sorted for painting; old writing tray box with paints; box of figures as yet unpacked; out-of-date painting log; paints tray with bottles stored upside-down.

Middle row: label printer; polystyrene cement; boxes of dice; magnifying headset and reading glasses; paper towel; MDF for bespoke bases, paint and spare empty bottle; glue; brush cleaning water; sprue of figures; brushes.

Front row: box of new figures on polygonal templates; phone running wargaming podcast and sprue of bases; sprues of figures being painted on painting board; scissors, pen, tweezers, ruler and distance glasses; heavy duty scissors; pencil; ball bearings for paint shaking.

In my defence I should mention that all this stuff has been imported indoors from the “Shedquarters” during the recent appalling weather. If it were still outdoors it would merely add to the mess out there.

(Above the table is the lower of six overstocked shelves of DVDs.)

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General Whiskers

Wargaming butterfly (mainly solo), unpainted model figure amasser, and Historical Re-enactor of the black powder era.

2 thoughts on “What’s on the table?”

  1. 🙂 Today I emptied the table but rapidly filled it again with:
    Glue, mouse for PC in another room, box of sorted 3mm WW2 models, Travel Battle game, label printer, notepad, craft knife, pipe cleaners, TB game board and 3mm models, 1mm MDF a d scissors, box of bagged 3mm WW2 models, dice of various denominations, Renedra bases.
    Ho Hum.

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