More importantly thanks again to Curt of being mad enough to run this one more time. I feel that having the minions did alleviate the enormity of the task but it still must have been a big ask to all, to both overview and comment on all of the painted minis. I have thoroughly enjoyed the challenge and wish all that take part a happy year ahead painting more and hopefully gaming with your new toys.
I don't have time to gather all my challenge entries into one shot but who knows maybe on my club's blog as a way to get the rest of the club motivated. Plus I sold a couple of bits and bobs so they will miss out in the group photo shoot.
Well enough waffling and on with the image dump.
|Brit WWII command 28mm|
|Brit reduced section (late in the battle for Normandy)|
|2nd reduced section|
|HMG and Mortar|
|Flamethrower, Piat, FOO or radio take your pick|
|15mm Carolingian Cav for Sword and Spear|
|2nd Unit of cavalry|
|Carolingian Knight Command|
|The incomplete Curtgeld, boo hiss boo hiss (you will get it Curt promise!!!)|
|Yet another Zombie hunter|
Once more thanks for the motivation to shrink the lead and platic pile further.
Oh and to any rivet counters out there I do know a bunch of the Brits are actually WWI minis but I always loved the excentricity displayed in a "A Bridge to Far" with the unbrella wielding lieutentant, thus in keeping with this I thought why not add some WWI officers and such to the Brits, after all I'm keeping these.
From Minion Tamsin
What a superb mixed bag for your final entry. Lovely paintwork.
I'm scoring the Vickers and the mortar as foot figures so that will be 267 points but I'm adding some points for the hand-painted shields to take you up to 280.
It's been good having you along for the ride :)