Plus SWMBO has gone out for a few hours so the coast is clear to take some pics...
|"Mistakes were made"|
You can never have enough trees and terrain can you? I didn't think so either. The Lad did amusedly note though, that I have perhaps bought more trees than figures in the last few years. Each day at Fall-In he also teased me about going to go off to buy some more trees because we didn't have enough yet. Cheeky bugger!
Lovely 15mm terrain for Battlegroup Kursk - by Mark IV Miniatures: http://markivminiatures.com
More Mark IV Miniatures, this time for Fall of the Reich. These are for the Dux actually! The damaged Cathedral (lower left) is rather spectacular.
6mm terrain for our ECW Project by Monday Knight Productions http://www.mondayknight.com
The big fields are very nice too - they are by Battlefield Terrain Concepts http://battlefieldterrain.com
Goodies for Flint and Feather, and Muskets and Tomahawks - British Wilderness Force, 3 packs of the beautiful F&F minis, an Indian long house and a frontier log cabin. Plus the M&T rulebook and activation cards.
Pulp Figures. The Lad said he needed Hooded Minions. Who was I to argue with such logic? Plus if you bought 5 packs, you got a 6th one for free.
More obscure: LAF Post Apoc Russians. Yep. But has you seen what Curt did with these minis?
C'mon, I'm only human!
These goodies, I am delighted to say, were raffle prizes from attending the WWPD podcast - thanks lads! The MK IVs will be built as early models for service in North Africa. No plan for the Comets at this stage though
And while I'm confessing, my Strange Aeons KS goodies arrived a month or two ago as well :-)
And that all makes me feel better. Except that I just remembered we also bought all this stuff (plus more not in the picture)
So in summary - Look at the postage I saved if I had waited to order it all back home in Australia!
Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends!