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  • #45682
    B6GOBOS
    Participant

    Lots of the wonderful Knuckleduster War of 1812 figures. Building Brown’s army for the 1814 Niagara campaigned.  Have just finished 4 American regular battalions, 1 volunteer battle and a group of gunners and cannon.

    #45692
    irishserb
    Participant

    Probably easier to list what isn’t on my table, but not much painting going on.  I did clean it off (sort of) this morning, so here’s a pic:

    QRF 15mm Vickers MkIIIs, a few T34s, a couple of skeletal dinosaurs, some Peter Pig African regulars, a bunch of 6mm aircraft (I-94/Raiden and Scotia), cold war US mircro-armor, star ships for Star Trek, 28mm post-apoc mercs, and a 1/72 OV-10 Bronco still waiting for decals, among the heap.

    #45693
    kyoteblue
    Participant

    Wowzer !!!

    #47081

    I now have some angel barracks scenery and figures to complete. Once postie  arrives in a few days hopefully some qrf terrain items too.

    #47088
    McKinstry
    Participant

    6 units of 6mm Sassanid cataphracts (18 figures per unit/base) almost finished

    2 x 1/2400 Tumbling Dice Aphract Triremes – So far I really like ‘Poseidon’s Warriors’ and this is my start up

    2x 1/3000 French 74’s from Westwind – experimental paint to see an alternate to 1/2400 for playing on hexes

    6x 10mm Old Glory Crusader Command needing mounting for Hail Caesar

    Need to start on some Baccus 6mm ECW baggage stands for a game September 25 trying out Impetus Baroque

    Never wrestle with a pig. You both get muddy and the pig just likes it.

    #47097
    Cameronian
    Participant

    15mm French SYW cavalry and a 1/72 Soviet Mi 28 Havoc:

    'The time has come" The walrus said. "To talk of many things: Of shoes--and ships--and sealing-wax--Of cabbages--and kings--And why the sea is boiling hot--And whether pigs have wings."

    #47099
    DM
    Participant

    Three  1/1200 cogs to represent Jeanne design Clisson’s “Black Fleet” of pirate ships and zoom selection of 19th century forts and shore batteries from Brigade

    #47102
    Patrice
    Participant

    Three 1/1200 cogs to represent Jeanne de Clisson’s “Black Fleet” of pirate ships

    Interesting, and unusual! Any pictures?

    http://www.argad-bzh.fr/argad/en.html
    https://www.anargader.net/

    #47103
    Matt Smith
    Participant

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    #51838
    Angel Barracks
    Moderator

    Just started working on a set of towers for my Junker Refinery:

    #51840
    Mr. Average
    Participant

    I’m working on a United Nations armored task force at 3mm scale, hopefully to hit the table come Saturday.

    #51841
    kyoteblue
    Participant

    10 FV 432  from Battlefront.

    #51852
    willz
    Participant

    Some lovely looking models on your tables, thanks for sharing.  On my workbench one battalion French infantry, one battalion Swiss grenadiers, artillery crews and various mounted.

     

    #51863
    Gaz045
    Participant

    Heaps of stuff, the usual ‘stop/go’ on various topics and subjects…….but today is building day, finishing off some 20mm MDF buildings and some resin bits too…………

    "Even dry tree bark is not bitter to the hungry squirrel"

    #51866
    Whirlwind
    Participant

    I am down to finishing off the last unpainted items in my collection http://hereticalgaming.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/the-bottom-of-lead-mountain-and-plastic.html

    A few Zvezda 1/100 WW2 vehicles

    Some 6mm buildings, some from Commission Figurines (their Waterloo mdfs) and some from Leven miniatures (Viking and NW Europe)

    A few odds and ends 28mm fantasy figures (for my daughter)

    …that’s it.

     

     

     

    https://hereticalgaming.blogspot.co.uk/

    #51869
    willz
    Participant

    I am down to finishing off the last unpainted items in my collection http://hereticalgaming.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/the-bottom-of-lead-mountain-and-plastic.html A few Zvezda 1/100 WW2 vehicles Some 6mm buildings, some from Commission Figurines (their Waterloo mdfs) and some from Leven miniatures (Viking and NW Europe) A few odds and ends 28mm fantasy figures (for my daughter) …that’s it.  

    Wow all due respect you have reached a state of wargaming life I think we all dream of attaining.

    #51900
    Whirlwind
    Participant

    Haha! Well it doesn’t feel that different to be honest, but there again, I have never had a really big lead mountain or plastic pile.  My jaw used to slightly drop whenever Neil of Meeples & Miniatures fame explained just how much he had to paint…

    What I will try and do though is limit my purchases to a level so that, if I were to take three days off work, I could paint the lot to my satisfaction (my  mental limit up to now has been two weeks).  I’m aiming to get the hits of choosing, buying and painting in smaller doses, more regularly (and hopefully will be more reactive to current infatuations).

     

     

    https://hereticalgaming.blogspot.co.uk/

    #55107
    Angel Barracks
    Moderator

    ah-ha some crudely painted bad guys!
    Just waiting on the bases to dry before finishing them off.

     

    #55631
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Assembling 28mm Eureka miniatures Gendarmes for a friend to paint for $$ and Joust rules from Two Hour Wargames (THW) convention game.

     

    Starting to assemble

    #55636
    Mr. Average
    Participant

    Yoshitaka-san!

    His particle cannon is primed, his missiles are armed, his paint… well, not quite yet.

    #55637
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Reason: Add picture

    You the man  😀

     

     

    #55643
    willz
    Participant

    Lovely models on your various workbenches, on mine one large Titan scratch build and 10 plastic Adeptus Titanicus Titans oh and 100+ 18th century 28mm and 100+ 20mm 18th century and some horses.

    #55979
    Angel Barracks
    Moderator

    Some hero’s and wolves to do.

    Not sure how much effort to put into them, good thing about the wolves is that they are easy to re-use so a good paintjob could get it’s money’s worth.

    #56366

    I am finishing some Command Decision units that I started in the 90’s. Some old vehicles and some no frills speed painting.

    US Infantry

    Next up will be finishing Warhammer 40k figures (Around 20). I have never played 40K, I simply found some Space marine models in GW back in 2000 that I liked and wanted to paint. I’ll either display some of them (if I get a wargames room next year) or sell them.

    #56368
    Mike
    Keymaster

    I am finishing some Command Decision units that I started in the 90’s

    I wonder what the record is on that, for time to complete a unit?

    #56372

    These and my front rank french dragoons have been pretty much on 20 years – I did have a 20 break in between 😉

    #56939
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Turns out the Iranian Grey Wolf is not really that grey…

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    #56949
    willz
    Participant

    Turns out the Iranian Grey Wolf is not really that grey…  

    Nicely painted wolves Mike, and I have learnt something today, there again black horses are not really black.

    #57512

    I am working on some 40K Space Marines for testing\practice as I try out some shades of red, blue and gold. I don’t play 40K, I just like the figures and hope to then crack into some Ion Age 15mm figures I have afterwards.

    Space marines

    Ultra

    #57519
    Mike
    Keymaster

    That is a good red!

    #57522
    Iain Fuller
    Participant

    PSC Panther and PzIII Flammpanzer for upcoming Chain of Command games.

    #58388
    Mike
    Keymaster

    #58395
    Stroezie
    Participant

    Jar-Jar Beads?

    Messa liken them plenty much sah!

    If you like small scale skirmish, check out http://planetares6.blogspot.be/?m=0

    #58425
    Angel Barracks
    Moderator

    Jar-Jar Beads?
    Messa liken them plenty much sah!

    I feel the need for a no Binks rule on TWW

    😀

    #59418
    Angel Barracks
    Moderator

    In an effort to try and stay motivated to paint, I will be adding things here and maybe some of you could chase me up if I go a few days without posting something new?
    I must paint more!!

    So, WIP:

    3 rocky outcrops
    slave girl
    basket of food
    bushy brush

    Don’t let me slack off!

    😀

    #59510
    Angel Barracks
    Moderator

    Painted most of those, onward and upward!

    #59511
    Don Glewwe
    Participant

    In an effort to try and stay motivated to paint, I will be adding things here and maybe some of you could chase me up if I go a few days without posting something new? I must paint more!!  Don’t let me slack off! 😀

    Here’s a challenge for the kids amongst us (ie: those that didn’t use 1″tape and/or Hollerith punch cards for their first progamming efforts almost a half-century ago – get off my lawn!)…

    Perhaps based on something like the Uber model, come up with an app (lookit the old guy using slang!) that contracts a dedicated ‘annoyer’ to show up at one’s address at a given rate to inquire as to the progress made on a particular task.  Pics and such proof would remove the slacker stigma of laziness.

    This would work, I should think, for many areas: gardening, painting, writing, home-improvement…even drudgeries such as housecleaning -imagine if the neighbors knew you hadn’t washed the ____ in over a month?

     

    I think you’re onto something here, angelbarracks, and even though it’s been done a gazzilion times before (ie: asking for internet encouragement) I think that jumping on the commercialization of the idea could be a big revenue stream for TWW.  –or at the very least encourage the development of a genre of new games…which you should still get a piece of…  ; )

    https://brawlfactory.net/

    #59634
    gcmini
    Participant

    Warlords Games (Italeri) 28mm (1/56th scale) Tiger for Bolt Action just before weathering.

    Warlords Games 28mm Bolt Action Germans

    Allen Rockwell
    GameCraft Miniatures
    Business: www.gcmini.com
    My Blog: www.allensmicroarmor.com

    #59635
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Getting properly into BA I see!   😀

    #59638
    Angel Barracks
    Moderator

    That tank camo makes my eyes fuzzy!!

    Some 15mm undead next..

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