TFL Painting Challenge: Easy Like Sunday Morning Update

With under a month to go before the end of this year's challenge, it's good to see the entries flooding in. Remember: the deadline is midnight on 31st December, so it's time to get the last of those units finished.

Today's entries, in no particular order, are:

  • Mr Kay is getting ready for the latest Star Wars movie with some 28mm Imperial Assault figures
  • There's a mass of Confederates, also in 28mm from Joe McGinn
  • Steve Burt sends in his final lot of figures for Darkest Africa, although I think that's what he said last year, and the year before that...
  • The second of today's Steves, Steve Lampon submits some beautifully painted 28mm Napoleonics, although it might have been helpful to let me know how many figures are in each unit rather than relying on me to count their feet/bayonets!
  • It's the return of Fat Wally (Kev), who takes a break from painting figures for other people to produce some 15mm SYW figures for his own collection
  • Mr Hodge has visited Games Workshop. No more to be said.
  • And last, but by no means least, Egg sends in some rather nice looking T-64s in 15mm, having suffered the same varnish disaster as befell me a few months ago.

As always, clicking on the name of the painter in the list above will take you straight to their gallery (opens in a new window).

Today's pictures just give you a taste of the goodness that's been loaded up today: I could have posted every photo. 

28mm Victrix Numidian cavalry from Mr Lampon

15mm Prussian Fusiliers (36th von Munchow) from Fat Wally (Kev)

15mm T-64s from Egg

Finally, I'm just debating whether to run the Challenge next year as well. Who's up for it? Answers to