Remind me never to go on holiday again: far too many entries to the Painting Challenge to be dealt with quickly!
To start with, however, a couple of gentle requests. First, can we remember to clearly mark or list your entries please: counting legs, or heads, or spear tips to work out how big a unit is can be a real pain. Secondly, can you try and keep image size down to under 1MB please. No problem if you can’t, but just means I can down- and upload things more quickly and in multiples.
Anyhow, on to today’s entries. In no particular order, we have:
Travis with a whole series of WW2 figures, including the first of his Winter War Americans
Matt Sladewith more painting than you can shake a stick at. A host of WW2 desert war Italians and Brits; a mythological Greek kickstarter, some Space Marines…it’s a cornucopia from the painting machine!
Mr Luther fills in some of his gaps, and adds more ‘planes and terrain
There are also more ‘planes fromSteve Burt, along with some Romans
Chris Kay sends in a couple of WW2 jeeps, and a couple of very strange post-apocalypse specials
And last, but by no means least, Mr Plowman has three sci-fi vehicles to display
As usual, clicking on the name of the person in the list above will take you straight to their gallery (opens in a new window).
Here are today’s pictures (note that these are only a tiny fraction of everything that’s been sent in, so gallery viewing is highly recommended):
'Planes from Steve Burt
Sapper's Nassau Grenadiers
A Dairy from Ed Bowen (inc. milkmaids and a cow)
Sci-fi from Ralph
Alamein Station from Matt Slade
Pikes from Chris Cornwell
Silesian Landwehr from Joe McGinn
US Winter War from Travis
One more from Matt: Ares and Athena (the two faces of war)
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Welcome to Vis Lardica, a not-for-profit website mostly dedicated to the company-sized wargaming rules produced by the TooFatLardies, but encompassing my other gaming interests as well.