Nice to see a change from the regulars in this update, with some entrants who haven't sent anything in for some time.
Even more astonishing is that Thomas has actually finished some figures: racking up quite an acceptable total as well. If this doesn't make every Penguin worth his salt reach for the paintbrush, then I don't know what will!
So, in no particular order, we have:
Richard Naylor with some 20mm modern-day US Marines
Thomas with some highland cattle, some martians and some desert rats. An eclectic mix, n'est-ce pas?
Andrew McCarthy achieves a 15mm WW2 German platoon and supports, and some nice looking 28mm steampunk types
Sapper sends in some SYW figures and terrain
Mr Duffell enters some very nice WW2 Germans in 28mm
Then there's Owen and his Austrians, lots of Austrians
and finally Mr Helliwell with a few AWI command stands and two medievals rescued from the bottom of the lead mountain
Two pictures today. First up are Thomas' Martians: loving those figures...
And secondly we have Mr Duffell's 28mm half-track:
Keep them coming, people: almost half way through the year now...
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