Apologies for the slight lateness of this update: two games of Six Nations rugby to watch. A great performance from the Scots (really good to see them actually win a game after all the heart and soul they put into their play) and a scrappy victory for England that takes their winning streak to fifteen.
Now, on to today's update...in no particular order, we have:
Andrew Helliwell with, as he says, yet more Thirty Years War figures in 15mm
John Haines is in a last of the Mohicans Mood: AWI Woodland Indians
Mr Luther returns with a large 1/72 entry for his Burma 44/45 project
Chris Kay pops in another eight Napoleonic Brits
Mr Naylor rebases for Chain of Command
Derek Hodge also sends in his first entry of the year: four rather lovely Mediterranean looking buildings
Carole sends in two, contrasting entries: houses and barns...and hover tanks
Steve Burt is still in the Congo
Matt Slade sends in his usual enormous submission: the 95th Rifles and a horde of Dark Age warriors
The Mad Padre has a singleton Pasha, a brace of barbarians, and a trio of German AFVs to share
And last, but by no means least, Mervyn is still in Middle Earth with some Gondorians and some goblins
Today's pictures are below...
The Mad Padre's AFVs
Carole's hover tanks
John Haines' Woodland Indians
I'm off to the painting table myself 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.