As my painting and gaming mojo comes back, I have been thinking about other projects, of course! Here are a few that are at the front of the queue at the moment:
Two very interesting sets.
Seven Days to the River Rhine covers the Great Conflict that never was - the Cold War Gone Hot in Europe. This era brings me back to my early days of miniatures battles, as the gaming group I was part of was writing/testing micro-armour rules for both WW2 and 'Modern'. Decades later, it is back, with a slight twist. The idea that I have is more akin to the movie Red Dawn instead of the book Red Storm Rising, just at a larger level of gaming. This would not be a skirmish game. 1/285 miniatures have been acquired for this project, now known as G22.
For Whom The Dice Rolls also caught my eye when published. Do I need another Spanish Civil War project? That is the question, and since I have two in the works already - 20mm skirmish and 1/144 aerial - the answer seems to be, err, yes! My original thought was to do this in 6mm, but I am thinking 10mm might be better, as the 1/144 aircraft could be used for the ground battles, and the 10mm kit can be targets/scenery for the air-to-air segment. To my eye, 20mm would be too large for this set, but I could be wrong. More thought is needed.