Well, I made a vow not to start another project until I had finished the one I was doing.
Was that realistic? Nope.
Because I had forgotten that, as wargamers, we NEVER finish a project, do we? Seriously?
So I have amended that vow, and now I will not start a new project, until I have completed the one I am working on to the extent that I have a playable army. That is much more realistic. I have already reached that stage with the Assyrians, and the rest of the bits I have still to complete, including the chariots, are simply reinforcements.
And there are so many other armies I want to tackle. I have a large part of the New Kingdom Egyptians purchased, washed and sorted. I picked up three boxes of HaT Theban army sets very cheap, and they are very nice clean figures. I have washed and primed the first unit. I will start on this army before the Egyptians.
I am also tempted by a Late Roman force, and a Parthian cavalry army (even though I hate painting horses!).
Over the last week or so I managed to find the time to finish off a small group of cavalry and the first chariot.