Much like this site was slightly more fallow than usual in September, so entries for the Painting Challenge were quite thin on the ground.
And much like this site has woken up again in October, so entries for the challenge have increased from a trickle to, if not exactly a torrent, at least a respectable level of activity.
So, in no particular order, today we have:
Stumpy with his usual huge amount of re-basing
Mr Luther leaves his micro-miniatures behind and goes all 15mm Sharp Practice on us
Mervyn pops in some last minute figures and a ubiquitous building
Mr Helliwell sends in his usual 15mm ACW and WW2 contribution, but then surprises us all with some somewhat larger orcs. Controversial or what!
Richard Naylor's been re-basing as well: some 6mm Zulu War Brits
Steve Burt submits some lovely 28mm Equites
and last, but by no means least, Mr Hoooge (sorry: the o's always run away with me) sends in a variety of figures: Hydra commandos and a killer clown, some Napoleonics and some 7YW Prussians.
Today's pics? Well we haven't had one of Andrew Helliwell's shots for quite a time, so that's one. Steve's cavalry will be two. And Neil's Hydra commandos for three!
As we go into the last quarter of the year, now is the time to get your entries in. So come on: get painting and photographing now!
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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.