How to refocus your blog

This is more of a question than an answer. I find my interests waver, taking on different projects and forgetting past ideas. I blame a lack of deadlines for my lack of attention in some cases. I’m easily excited by the new, quickly disarraying the old.

How did this blog/website start?

I love making tutorials, but the time involved can quickly make use of most of an evening – to produce a single model. The tutorials aren’t always well received and sometimes even overlooked. Feedback is a huge motivation boost for anyone.

I always state that you should foremost do something for yourself – your audience should be second because when they don’t respond, you have only yourself to keep moving. We had a good roll, I put out a huge array of tutorials covering pre-Heresy marines, but in doing so I feel my own efforts have suffered.

The wargaming hobby is my hobby. I grew up in the ‘Games Workshop’ hobby, but have comfortably expanded into other company’s offerings over the past few years and am really enjoying the explosion of new offerings out there. I’d love to get involved further.

Where is this blog going?

My gaming environment is ever-changing. I don’t restrict myself to just one club or venue, but still find it hard to get other players to appreciate some of my bigger plans and ideas. This can be another killer on enthusiasm, but I bounce back.

With no solid focus in mind, I feel that the best way for me to direct this blog in the future, is to make me the focus. I’m the driving force, this is my hobby.  If you’re here reading my articles, you’re here to read what I do and think.

Right now, I am thinking about Knights.

Whitehorn

Aint nothing but a horn

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