As with the end of 2019, in 2020, I went at writing and posting much more, and this year I published 436 blog posts. In 2019 I did 143 blog posts. Compare that to 2018 when I wrote just 21 blog posts.
I did a lot more modelling and painting in 2020 and was pleased with getting quite a few models finished or nearly finished.
Here are my top ten blog posts in reverse order. As is typical most posts are from previous years, however what was nice to see was that the top post (no spoilers) was from 2020.
The tenth most popular post was from 2009 and was about my disappointment with the Shrine of The Aquila scenery.
Shrine of The Aquila
Since then GW have released many more army specific scenery kits.
Ninth was an old post from 2007 about an Ork Army Box.
Ork Army Box, Deal or No Deal
A really old post from 2005 was in eighth place, it was about a new piece of scenery, a downed Valkyrie flyer from Forge World.
The first of a few posts from 2020 was the seventh most popular post. It was about the Land Rover Half=Track.
Laird Land Rover Centaur Half Track
Sixth was the post on Forge World’s 2010 Show Only model, an Ork Runt Bot and Grot.
Ork Runt Bot and Grot
I really quite liked the new Snotlings team for Bloodbowl which was revealed in April 2020. This was the fifth most popular post on the blog.
The HUGE Tau Manta was the focus of the fourth post in this top ten,
The third post was about the Ork Battlewagon Upgrade Pack
Ork Battlewagon Upgrade Pack
The top post in 2019 dropped to second.
Dwarf City under attack
Actually quite pleased that the post at number one for 2020 was from July 2020 and was a lengthy post about possible future models for Aeronautica Imperialis.
What next for Aeronautica Imperialis?
Overall I was pleased with the amount of blogging that I did in 2020, I liked the fact that two of the posts I enjoyed writing and liked were in the top ten. I did post a fair few photographs from a visit to Warhammer World that I made in January 2020 pre-lockdown, as well as photographs from a visit in 2018, as well as photographs from Duxford, RAF Cosford and Bovington. However due to the lockdown in 2020 I dind’t visit any musuems or go to any shows. So that will probably mean less posting in 2021.