It's another big update tonight...made even bigger by the fact that we have not one, not two, but three new participants parading their pretties for the first time tonight.
So, as always in no particular order, we have:
Newcomer Pedivere with an amazing collection of French Foreign Legion troops from the early to mid-twentieth century
Steve Miller also breaks his duck with some very large and very nicely painted soldiers: our first 54mm entries IIRC
Mr Douglas submits three different entries, all ancient
Keith Davies, newcomer number three, pops in a platoon of British infantry for CoC
Mr Naylor turns to the Afghans, and an interpreter with seemingly very large hands
Mr Burt sends in some Napoleonics...some French
Thomas is obviously working at a frenzied pace: another entry and its only July
and, finally, Sapper submits some Samurai and some US troops
As I'm sure you all know by now, it's traditional to feature some of the newbie entries as 'pic of the post'. Today's pictures therefore come from Messrs Miller and Pedivere.
First up are some of Steve's absolutely cracking 54mm Victrix French:
Then we have the group shot of Pedivere's French Foreign Legion: amazing!
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