Demonstrating just how big the painting challenge is getting, here's a huge update that represents under a week's worth of entries...
So, in no particular order, we have:
Benito breaking his 2015 duck with some El Cid Moors
Mr Yuengling with some more 15mm WW1 infantry
Carole with a mixture of entries that include a rather nice scratchbuilt Normandy church and loads of Nine Years War Frenchies
Mr Plowman adds some beautifully painted knights for his Rampant Lion army
Fred Bloggs enters his usual mixture of weird figures: witches, dwarves and some figures who shall not be named for copyright reasons!
Joakim adds some more big Dusters
AJH eventually manages to submit some Dux B and TCHAE figures
Mr Douglas adds more Greek cavalry - hope they got their votes in before posing for the photo
Mr Ralls enters lots of monsters from the Shadows of Brimstone game
Mr Luther adds more 6mm aeroplanes and some more 20mm Japs
Mr Bax also appears in the lists for the first time in 2015, with some lovely Fallschirmjaegers and Dutch police
Mr Blankenship achieves 'fousands of 15mm Japs (well, 157) and a lot of tanks and anti-tank guns
Steve Burt builds an Airfix cafe
and finally Mr Helliwell adds more Germans to his autumn collection
That's entries from 14 people this week. Not bad going considering its only January!
Today's pictures? From two people I think. Let's have Carole's scratchbuilt church and Mr Bax's Dutch police:
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