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Default How much time do you spend modelling a week.

Pretty simple question, modelling is extended (but not limited) to; assembling, painting and converting.

It had been awhile since I've been able to do any modelling since I was in my last year of highschool and wasn't getting a great deal of money, most of it went to petrol/savings and going out with my girlfriend.

But now that I've had a bit more money, I've been spending probably around 1 - 2 hours a day. But never more than an hour in 1 sitting usually, I constantly go back, do 10 mins of painting, leave, comeback etc.

So what about you?
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It varies greatly but I guess on average it's about 10 hours a week. But sometimes it is 20 hours a week....

I sit five hours a week in the local GW, so that really adds some time to the clovk.

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Prabably less than six hours a week for me

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Recently its been approximately 3-4 hours a night. I recently changed my painting set up and it seems to have got me painting more.

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For me it depends, some weeks 0 and then some 20ish depends on what I have on the painting table and my motivation level. However it has declined in the last few months as I don't have as good a set up anymore and I'm a little burnt out with it.
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Probably just a couple of hours, but spread out in 15 minute chunks. Getting the motivation is difficult these days - normally mentally dead after work. I often plan to spend an afternoon at the weekend, but get to Sunday evening and think "Where did that go?".

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Most weeks, zero, with some getting a few hours, then the very occasional week where I clock something around fifty :/
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Working shifts and having an 8 month old baby can put a crimp in any painting plans, but I'd try and average at least 10 hours a week, more if I can squeeze it in.
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During a week that I am not seeing the girlfriend around 10-20 hours.

When I see the girlfriend at a weekend then it is just around 10 hours.

Finally when on leave lets say a week from the military anything from 15-40 hours. Still only seem to get a squad of 5-10 models out!
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Anything from a few minutes per day, to 5 or 6 hours in a day, really just depends on motivation and if I have work or not.
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