Bit of a choice this morning between writing my shopping list for Warfare or updating the painting challenge...but duty won out, so here we go:
In no particular order, today's update includes:
Sapperwith some more lovely 28mm figures: this time ECW cavalry
New entrant David Scott lands with a bang as he submits a whole company of 15mm British airborne troops together with a load of other Late War Brits as well. If his experience with painting British Paras was the same as mine, he can now be found in the corner of the room mumbling "Dennison smocks, Dennison smocks"!
There's some more Soviets from Andy Duffelland some much earlier Frenchies as well
Mr Helliwellalso mixes his periods: some WW2 Germans and a few WoR command figures
Mervyn sends in the Maiden Guard for his ancient Indians, with the young ladies in question finished just in time to hit the tabletop tonight
A huge offering from Lloyd Bowlerthis week: the Hat finishes some more small ships, and then going mad on his Latins with three 28mm Roman units
And last, but my no means least, Carole Flint joins Steve with some British infantry and French freebooters for the Congo.
As always, clicking on the name of the person, above, will take you to straight to their gallery (opens in new window). Well worth a browse, as there are some lovely paint jobs to be seen.
And talking of lovely paint jobs, here are today's pictures:
Praetorians from the Hat
Sapper's ECW Cavalry
45mm Soviet AT Gun from Andy Duffell
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