A gallery of Freerange Egg's entries into the 2017 TooFatLardies Painting Challenge
14th January 2016 (90 points)
Here is my first entry for this year: all 15mm. A squadron of 10 Chieftains, a Ferret, and 2 Lynxes.
21st January 2017 (24 points)
A troop of 4 fairly vanilla 15mm Scimitars. I did try adding some cam net scrim, but wasn't happy with the result on them.
28th January 2017 (42 points)
Two more Armies Army FV432s; a brace of Spartans; a Spartan MCT; and a Striker from Battlefront (lovely models, but a bit on the small side); and finally a cammed up QRF Bedford MK. Seven vehicles in all.
25th February 2017 (100 points)
(and next four pics)
Hopefully the last of my 15mm cold war Brits for a bit (famous last words: two more platoons of squishies with a couple of SFMGs, a couple of company command stands, some observer teams and a sniper team, a 4-man SAS team (God alone knows when I'll ever use THEM, but they were a bit of fun to do) and a Harrier GR3 for some air support. A total of 88 figures and an aeroplane.
11th March 2017 (54 points)
Eight 15mm M113s and a M577 for the Cannucks to run round in
18th March 2017 (60 points)
Here come the cavalry!
Well some Royal Canadian Dragoons really. Six Leopard C1s and the last platoon of M113s for the infantry now finished. That's ten more 15mm vehicles for the score sheet.
31st March 2017 (72 points)
2 FV438 swingfires and a FV439 Command post for the Brits, 2 M113/M150 TOWs for the Canadians, and 3 BMDs, an MTLB, a BRDMu an SA9 Gaskin and a BRDM AT5 for the Soviets. 12 15mm vehicles total
6th April 2017 (12 points)
A bit more air support for the Brits; an RAF Buccaneer SB2 in 1/100. An old 1984 Revell kit from eBay with a couple of Peter Pig pilots to give the Russian AA assets something to shoot at.
26th April 2017 (38 points)
Two platoons of 15mm Cold war West Germans, tiny little platoons of just 3 x 6 man sections and an NCO: lots of firepower but just 38 figures so not many points.