Less than a week since the last update, and I think it's time for another one: I've got to keep on top of all the submissions pouring in!
So, in no particular order, we have:
Jason Ralls, back from the dead, with some 28mm ACW figures
Andrew Helliwell continues his medieval collection, but makes the fatal mistake of trying a new scale. That road lies only to ruin!
Following Andrew down the two-scale path is Mr Kay: some lovely Pulp figures in 28mm followed by the start of a Team Yankee collection. The end is nigh!
Already a Cold War king, Egg adds to his force with some teeny-tiny modern West German infantry platoons. As he says: lots of firepower, but not a lot of points for the Challenge.
The Great Gatzemeyer pops in some more Dropzone Commander miniatures. Lovely sculpts: if only they did them in 15mm...
Is it a bird? Is it a 'plane? No...but it is another entry from Thomas Nissvik. Thomas' entries are like buses: nothing for ages, then three all at once! Here he has three Walking Dead figures from Mantic.
Carole Flintsends in a couple of female magic users and some CoC jump off points.
The increasingly prolific Mr Davenportsubmits another Napoleonic division in 18mm (and this one has tartan!) and a mighty horde of 28mm Baja warriors for some North Africa colonial action
And last, but by no means least, Steve Burt has, according to him, the last of the Carthaginians...but we don't believe him, do we!
As usual, clicking on the name of the person above will open their full gallery in a new window and, as I'm updating this before work, the Scoreboard won't be updated until I can get to my home PC.
Here are today's pictures. Little beauties, the lot of 'em!
Another division from Mr Davenport
Gorgeous Pulp figures from Hasslefree from Chris Kay
Zouaves from Lazarus himself: Mr Ralls
Modern West German infantry from Egg
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