It's been a bit of a tough week this week, with real world events meaning I haven't been feeling it.
However, as I'm home alone on Saturday night now after being lucky enough to get to the SA vs All Blacks game, I've had a sudden surge of enthusiasm, so have caught up with all the outstanding painting challenge entries.
So this is a bit of a whopping update.
In no particular order, we have:
Steve Burt with the last of his Napoleonics...even 'though I'm sure you said that last time
Mr Ralls adds some more Germans to his WW2 collection
Andy Duffell also goes WW2: Kiwis in Italy or Poles in Europe plus some nice terrain
Benito returns to the fray with some nice French Dragoons
Matt Slade sends in his usual bumper entry: Rebs, shieldmaidens, Boudiccas, Zulus, British to fight them
Mr Miller is having to slow down a bit due to his robotics (no, he isn't building Thomas a painting engine) but still manages to send in a Polish king and entourage
Speaking of Thomas: some DAK, some Desert Rats, and a carrier
Andrew Helliwell sends in another batch of ACW infantry: two regiments
It really is very WW2 and very desert today as Koen sends in some DAK and a couple of guns. Perhaps you could send your entry here next time, Koen, rather than to my work. Lucky it wasn't those "gentlemen's miniatures" I asked you to paint!
Not wanting to add to the innuendo, but Sapper has a big entry this time: some Samurai-period bushi and a mob, some limbers, a SYW battalion, and some Americans with bazookas
Mr Luther sends in a cluster of 6mm equipment: planes, no trains, but automobiles
And last, but by no means least, AJH submits lots of lovely SYW figures
We'll finish, as always, with a few piccies.
Here are Benito's Dragoons:
Here's a bit of detail on Andy Duffell's farmhouse...he's painted the inside too:
Finally, here are AJH's SYW Austrians: very nice:
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