And the clocks have gone back in Merrie England, so it's now only 9am instead of what was, until 2am this morning, 10am.
A rather quaint habit we have of moving away from GMT each spring onto British Summer Time: an hour ahead of GMT and giving the farmers more daylight or something. I'm not a fan: disrupts my body clock (set to get up at the same time each day) and always leads to someone being early or late for something by an hour. But then I'm not a farmer...
Anyhoo, moving swiftly on, time (plenty of time) for an update to the 2016 TooFatLardies Painting Challenge. So, in no particular order, we have:
Mr Douglas with three ruined buildings
Mr Slade with some more Arab bowmen
Dave Humm makes a welcome return after a long absence with an assortment of figures
Andrew Helliwell rescues some Romans from the attic
Steve Burt just paints some Romans
Stumpy paints and bases some 15mm and 28mm figures
and last, but by no means least, Carole leaves her garden (probably too dark to weed or something) and pops in a couple of 15mm buildings
Today's pics? Well, first up, we have some Ferdinands from Mr Luther.
Not on the list, above, as they've been claimed for previously, but a pic to fill in one of the gaps in his gallery. Nice!
Here's one of Stumpy's built, painted and based 28mm vehicles: a jalopy of some kind
and finally, here's a 15mm Hovels church from Carole:
Keep them coming: only a few months left to go!
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