Ah, as I listen to the oft-heard sound of wife and eldest daughter arguing about...well, I don't know what and, quite frankly, have no wish to know as I might then get dragged into it, I think it's time for a painting challenge update.
Today's entries are from:
Mr Douglas with more LOTR figures
Mr Baldwin with an entry that originally got lost and is now found: some 6mm Sudan figures and some 15mm WW2 American Paras (I must get started on mine)
Joakim with twelve Brimstone figures
Mr Luther with over 100 6mm infantry and 24 6mm AFVs
Jon Yuengling submits some cacti
Mr Slade submits some Prussians
Our friend Topi submits some 15mm WW2 vehicles and guns
Mr Ralls returns with some more re-basing and also a spot of Brimstone painting
Bad news for Carole: she's been laid up with a bad foot...but good news for her painting challenge score as it's given her a chance to ready another prodigious entry
Carole also becomes the first person to beat her 2014 score (new entrants don't count) although I suspect her previous year's score was so low because she only started submitting entries late in the year!
Today's picture is a reminder to me to get on with my US Paratroops: it's Mr Baldwin's US Paratroopers...
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Welcome to Vis Lardica, a website mostly dedicated to the company-sized wargaming rules produced by the TooFatLardies, but encompassing my other gaming interests as well.