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Thanks to Jake I have discovered a new website to help hobbyists track their progress through their pile of miniatures. Pile of Potential is a website that lets you register and then add your models and track your own progress through painting them.
I’ve only had a small play so far, but it was easy enough to register and create new projects, along with categories to list them under. The site is definitely geared towards gamer hobbyists, with the ability to track your progress in terms of game points painted. This is great for army painters.
For collection painters like me it’s less straightforward. However from just a few minutes I can see how I could add my existing projects into the system. The site will allow you to track whether your models are assembled, undercoated, and based as well as painted.
You can then also share you project progress with others. What I didn’t see was a way of linking to pics of your painted models, but it might be there somewhere.
If you’re looking for an online way of tracking progress, Pile of Potential is definitely worth a look.