|The blue coat regiment|
|One sleeve of shotte.|
|Command and pikes.|
|The other sleeve of shotte.|
|Another rear shotte. (see what I did there?)|
|The flag that came with the set.|
|A stand of shotte.|
|The green shotte.|
|The other flag from the box.|
|The horse was last seen next to a Celtic nag.|
|The Captain of Gondor.|
|The rear of the model.|
Holy smokes! What is it with you Monday people?! Everyone who's posted today has been painting like maniacs - it's awesome!
Your ECW unit turned out brilliantly Aaron. I enjoyed reading your thought progression as you moved through the week as it reflects many a night at the hobby desk where I've wondered, 'Why am I doing this again?' Nonetheless, as you say, there is a great feeling of satisfaction when you get a unit done. It's just too bad there is nobody in your area that plays the period as I know how difficult it can be when you're holding the torch alone.
Boromir is great model to be sure but I have to say I really liked seeing this Raisuli figure as I've always wanted to get one myself. He does look to be marvellous casting and you've done an excellent job on him. It makes me want to see the movie again...
Welcome to the top 10 Aaron - well done!