When it comes to painting my "next project" I always have the same problem... I want to paint so many models that it takes me forever to finish the project :) This will likely become evident to you in this post. For my next project I've chosen 6 Vehicles, ~40 Infantry figures, 1 House (not pictured), and 1 Bridge (not pictured). I've still got a drawer full of T-34's, PzIII's, BT-7's, and a PzIV; those will have to be my "after up next" projects.
Continuing my exploration into 1/72 plastics, I've got several kits that I'm very excited about. Italeri makes "Fast Assembly" 1/72 kits and I've thrown in a single Tiger I from these kits for good measure (the kits come with two vehicles). Overall, these are nice vehicles and they appear to be very robust; although not as detailed as a traditional kit.
On the other end of the detail spectrum I've prepared two 1/72 Sdkfz 222 Armored Cars from Dragon... these are quite detailed and definitely more difficult to assemble. They are a bit fiddly and I'm not sure how they'll hold up with repeated handling (they'd be fine in a display case); my daughter asked me to buy these for her and I guess I just couldn't say no :)
Continuing my experiment with 1/72 Dragon kits, I added a Henschel King Tiger. This beast is incredible and I'm very much looking forward to painting it.
To round out the vehicles, this next "batch" has two Pegasus Hobbies BA-6 Armored Cars (another request from the kids); these aren't the most detailed miniatures around but I got the box of two for around $6 or $7 - so I'm more than satisfied. My last Pegasus project turned out very nice, so I'm looking forward to these too.
Lastly, I've got the Infantry by The Plastic Soldier Company in 1/72; Germans on the left, Soviets on the right. With the exception of a couple of weird poses, these are quite nice with lots of details. I'm very much looking forward to these but with as meticulous as I get with painting Infantry, these might take me awhile!
I've got lots to be happy about and lots to work on; stay tuned and drop in often. I hope to post as many "in progress" pictures on these as I can.