Another huge update today as the end of this year's competition approaches. We even have a new entrant today, desperate to get in before deadline!
So, in no particular order, we have:
Mr Edward Bowen, with his first ever submission to the painting challenge. 144 points: boom!
Derek Hodge sends in a huge catch-up entry: basing (obviously); 6mm figures; 28mm figures; houses...the lot!
Mr Duffell sends in a bridge and some ninjas...although the picture of the ninjas doesn't seem to have registered anything (do you see what I did there?)
The Hat pops in an impressive fleet of 15mm brown water vessels for Vietnam, and some Romans in 28mm. Better not leave those boats within reach!
Steve Burt, present in almost every update this year, sends in some Carthaginians
Egg submits some Cold War British in 15mm. Very lovely (covet, covet!). Apparently he now feels the same way about DPM camouflage as I do about Dennison Smocks!
Matt Slade shows us what a professional figure painter does when he has a bit of time off. For those who need a bit of help after the excesses of Christmas, the answer is: he paints...he paints lots.
Koen de Smedt makes a welcome return with a mixed assortment of figures. Loving the AT-ST.
And last, but by no means least, Owen pops in some more pirate village and some other figures as well.
Today's pics? Well, plenty to choose from today, but here are my faves:
Some of Egg's cold war Brits
Interior shot of Mr Bowen's barn
Two of Lloyd's beautiful Vietnam riverine craft
Some of Matt's crossbowmen
AT-ST from Koen
Do visit people's galleries to see all the pics, and there's still plenty of time to get your entries in.
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Welcome to Vis Lardica, a website mostly dedicated to the company-sized wargaming rules produced by the TooFatLardies, but encompassing my other gaming interests as well.