Another week flies by, meaning it’s time for another update to the TooFatLardies Painting Challenge.
It’s somewhat ironic that this year’s challenge is proving so immensely popular, with loads of entries every week, at a time when I haven’t picked up a brush for a fortnight: family matters, martial arts and a new job keeping me incredibly busy.
I went into the wargaming room last night to find figures on the table set up for photography from a month ago. But, then, that’s this hobby for you: it ebbs and flows like the tides (in the few months before Christmas I was gaming twice a week) but, like the wine-dark sea, is always there, washing in and out as a background to daily life.
So, for the moment, I will have to live vicariously through the Challenge, so here are this week’s entries:
Chris Kay has painted an awful lot of 15mm tanks
Travis fills in some more holes in his 28mm WW2 collection
Jon Yuengling is still in Blitzkrieg mode: some Dutch, some Germans, some Home Guard
It’s more sugar plantation madness from Mark Luther
The first of today’s first entries of the year: Doug Melville is back with some lovely 28mm WW2 figures
Our second first entry of the year, Chris Stoesen, has some rather nice houses for us to enjoy
And last, but by no means least, John Emmettsends in a little collage of a ruined house
As usual, clicking on the name of the person above will take you straight to their gallery (opens in a new window).
Here are today’s pictures:
Just some of Doug's French
Lloyd's Patrol Boat
Some of Chris Kay's armour
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