My assembly line approach has skipped a beat. After finishing the first block of 20 Halberdiers I took a break from infantry to do a cannon. Then I started on more infantry, this time Spearmen, as I continued working on the cannon. Today I messed the whole thing up by introducing a wizard. According to the rotating infantry method, discussed here, the cannon should be finished (from the previous session), the first group of Spearmen should be done, and there should be a second group of something (likely more Spearmen) that had been basecoated and washed. Instead I have what you see to the left: a finished cannon crew, a mostly finished cannon, some almost finished Spearmen, and an unwashed wizard. To be fair there are only parts of the wizard, skin and metal, that should be washed as I'll be washing the blues after layering up a bit. There are two shades of blue that don't really come through in the picture. The cloak and cuffs are a dark blue, while the inner robes are a lighter grey blue. The wizard's globe is an unknown at the moment. I wouldn't mind a starry night crystal ball look but have no idea how I'd pull it off. Fortunately the internet is awash with painted minis. While the model is a Celestial wizard, I'm not locked in on a lore just yet. Heavens does look interesting, but the choice of model was strictly based on what I had primed and ready to paint. My options were a Light wizard (used as a painting guinea pig here, since stripped back to an incredibly resilient) and the one I picked. The plan now is to finish everything pictured above next time and get another batch of Spearmen going or maybe do some horses.