Things are starting to get moving now, with lots of first-submissions received this week.
In no particular order, we have:
Dave Humm with what was the last of last year's output, but we'll let him claim it this year as last year's books are now closed
The Great Gatzemeyer sends in his first entry of the year: some rather nicely painted WW2 German infantry
Andy Duffell follows suit, but his are British Commandoes. Perhaps if the two of you...
Matt "the machine" Slade slams in another batch of Napoleonics destined for the Iberian Peninsula.
Mr Plowman goes gNorman on us in a change from his usual sci-fi offerings
Newbie John Haines sends in his first entry ever: some AWI British infantry
And other newbie Cabey Cabey has some French Hussars for us to admire, along with some pigs and casualties
Steve Burt has been watching Daktari, although I can't quite see whether the lion has crossed-eyes or not
We welcome back Mervyn, with his first entry of the year: assorted Celts
Egg also sends in his first submission: some lovely Cold War Brits with helicopters rescued from varnish hell with a little olive oil
And last, but by no means least, Andrew Helliwell pops in his second entry of the year: some more Thirty Years War troops
Today's pictures are from the Gatz, the Cabey and the Egg...
Cabey Cabey's French Hussars
Egg's Cold War Brits
Garrett's Gatzemeyer's late war Germans
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