A worrying time for some no doubt but I think this has been relatively well managed here. Time will tell I guess!
I can work from home and I have a bunch to do, but I'll also be doing some modeling. I have a lot of half-finished projects to work on including the 1/350 Musashi and Dreadnought, and the Japanese layout. But maybe also something new. Might have a look in the stash tomorrow.
Conversely both my wife and I will be busier during the Level 4 State - she has been made 'Clinical Lead' in her GP Practice and I've been seconded into the Emergency Co-Ordination Centre here on an ongoing shift basis.
Like everyone else, our kids finished school this afternoon, so the hobby will take a back-seat for a while. Stay safe folks, best from the 'Naki.
Due to my high risk health issues (mispent youth breathing unclean air has caused reoccuring bronchitus), I've been signed off as only work remotely, so I'm working from home, which turns out means I get more done than normal.
When I do get time in the evenings I've been plodding along with my 1/32 B-24 D build which goes in to the paint booth tonight.
'Yea, Though I Fly Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, I Shall Fear No Evil. For I am at 50,000 Feet and Climbing.'
Last night I started a 1/48 kitbash that will produce a 1941 Ford Marmon-Herrington RNZAF crash fire tender based on a Tamiya GMC closed cab chassis and Hasegawa Isuzu refueller. Something to do in the evenings.
I've joined in a 3 week challenge at Barracuda Studios Ready Room FB page and the intent is to turn out this 1/72 build in a 3 week period, and then get back to the Armistice Challenge F-4J and then the Hasegawa Skyhawk A-4M/OA-4M pair.
On The Bench
Hasegawa 1/48 OA-4M Skyhawk conversion
Hasegawa 1/48 A-4M Skyhawk