Well, to be honest not much hobby progress took place in 2019. Work, family, life it all takes time and my hobby bench didn't see too much love. I did complete a couple of projects I haven't had the time to share on here yet and those posts are coming. I picked up Blitz Bowl and knocked out another Orky conversion.
I'm proud to say that I've hit the ground running in 2020. I've started a hobby journal where I keep track of the progress of each of my projects and take detailed notes on the methods of construction and painting. It is my aim to go back to these notes in the future when I want to recreate a particular technique or duplicate a scheme for an army.
I've also begun attending regular IPMS club meetings and started to branch out tackling model kits other than Warhammer. This, combined with the journal has helped me to keep on track thus far. I've already completed a Star Wars AT-M6 from Bandai and a Battlestar Galactica Colonial Viper from Monogram.
I'm deep into a project building the Ghostbusters Ecto-1 from Polar Lights. I'm building it as a replica of the one depicted in the upcoming release of Ghostbusters 3. I also have on the table the Ork half of my Blitz Bowl box, a figure of Marvel's The Thing, and a Back to the Future DeLoreon.
Granted I have plenty of other kits to build but these are my goals for now and the ones I've been actively working on. Crossing my fingers for a productive year.