TFL Painting Challenge: Humongous Update

Sunday morning after the Market Larden gaming day, so I'm feeling a little jaded even tho' I wasn't drinking! A great day's wargaming, and good banter (as my daughter would say) with many friends. 

More on that later, once I've had a chance to sort all the pictures etc. For the moment, here's the latest installment in the painting challenge: as the title says, a truly humongous update!

Lots of 6mm figures this time. What is it with 6mm? Nothing for ages and then almost 2,000 come along at once!

  • Mr Hodge adds some more to his forces for Dux, along with some 15mm houses...
  • ...but also earns himself a whole extra line for huge amounts of re-basing of 6mm Napoleonics
  • Fred Bloggs posts his usual eclectic collection of 28s, but adds some WSS 18mm figures as well
  • Carole has had enough of camouflaged smocks, so paints some camouflaged tank-killers instead
  • Leif Eriksson submits lots of 28mm Afrika Korps, including two lovely vehicles
  • Mr Luther is back to the 'planes: 14 of them to be exact
  • Matt Slade goes Greek, with Jason and the Argonauts and friends in 28mm
  • Paul Blankenship drops in with over 800 6mm figures from WW2 and later
  • Stumpy goes colonial
  • Mr Treadhead paints some Romans in 6mm
  • Dick Bax adds some more Dux
  • And finally Mr Helliwell goes all AWI

As I said, a truly humongous update...but what to do about pictures. Here are some that caught my eye, but I cannot but recommend the full galleries: loads of inspiring work!

 A DAK kubelwagon from Leif

A DAK kubelwagon from Leif

 Argonauts from Matt Slade

Argonauts from Matt Slade

 Romans from Treadhead

Romans from Treadhead