Session 18. And I'm spent.
I decided not to do the eyes. It's the difference in motivation level between painting a squad to play games with, or painting an individual miniature. I'm very satisfied with the former. The latter is just beyond my motivation level. The cost is to fall short of really impressing the judges at the Capital Palette. But that's OK. As a gamer painter, there's only so much I'm willing to do. After all, Roman, Raffa, and Justin have seen the world's best. I'll be happy to help fill the cabinets with some cool-looking minis which can at least help give a good representation of the Mid-Atlantic region.
So 18 painting sessions, plus around 4 for prep. 22 x 110 minutes = 40 hours and 20 minutes. A full work-week. Less than an 8-hour day per miniature, from scratch to finish. Sounds about right.
Ready to play Guild Ball!