Today I disembark from Sarah's Balloon onto Piper's Peak. I'm really enjoying using the balloon service as it allows me to work on my usual scatter-shot of projects ('focus is for the weak') and just zip to the location of whatever one I'm closest to finishing. This being said, at this rate I'm going to have enough SarahMiles to journey back to the mainland when this is all over!
i) associated with mountains; or
ii) taking a look (a peek); or
iii) displaying anger ('a fit of pique')
A few people have asked about the bases. Greg and I base our Napoleonic collections on metal sheeting. The corners can be wicked sharp, but it gives a nice, thin profile on the tabletop and allows us to use magnetic sheathed carriers for transport.
|A group shot of all the REMFs to-date.|
Next up is, you guessed it, another balloon trip! Weee!!
Brilliant work Dude, it is always a treat to see your paint brushes churning out more 28mm Napoleonic goodness. These sorts of command vignettes always add a lot of character to any gaming table, and can also find their way to all manner of uses in specific scenarios.
And yes, while it is infuriating to feel like you must carve your metal Perry figures out of a pile of flash, the results are always worth it in the end, as the sculpting is marvelous. Besides, I would rather shave/cut/fix up 100 metal figures than fumble through a single multi-part 28mm plastic historical figure!
That is indeed another 60 points for the Snow Lord! I can see him checking his phone now, waiting for an indication from Balloon Uber as to when his ride will arrive...