Past couple weeks have been busy with various things, mostly yard/garden work and continuing on with preparation for the TooFatLardies games day at Recruits Gaming Convention. Nothing finished for that as of this writing but I have finished some other stuff detailed below -
First up is a copse of young trees. One thing of note with trees is that pretty much any size tree will work for 15/20mm but not every size tree will work for 28mm +.
Next we have a couple generic shell craters and a emplacement. These are OLD vacu-formed plastic from "probably" the late '70s early 80's. I added bases, basing paste to add texture and then painted and flocked them. They'll work for any period to be honest. Scale wise I think they'll do for 15mm and 20mm.
Next is an old Micro Machine prepainted German Fokker from WW1. It scales "ok" for 6mm so I based it up to add to my 6mm WW1 collection.
Here we see four HO scale telegraph poles that will serve for 15mm and 20mm gaming. I have more, but these are the only ones done.
Then we have what I assume is an old HO scale horse barn/stable. No idea where it came from as it was in a grab box of old model railroad stuff I saw at a garage sale for like $0.10 apiece. Based and Painted it, added a WW2 German Poster and bobs your uncle.
Next up is a 15mm European pig sty. This is part of the "Russian Village" set from I believe Blotz or Minibits. Went together super easy and painted up well. Yes the joint points on the roof annoy me but I couldn't be bothered to do something about them. May go back and fix it some day. The pig is from an unknown manufacturer.
So that's all the painting/modeling done in the last couple weeks. I received my latest TooFatLardies order of Dice and Blitzkrieg 1940 for Chain of Command. Richard kindly threw in a TFL bottle opener which I must admit has already seen action and may I say, won.
Also had a rummage through my Dads "To Get Rid of Pile" and added a nice selection of books to my collection. Tons of inspirational history here -
Sadly, I did not get any pictures of the game of Chain of Command played a couple nights ago, but suffice it to say, my Soviets got their asses whipped.
2019 Finished Figures - 72
2019 Finished Terrain - 16
2019 Games Played - 2