This month, I was hoping to get on with doing some more bits of incidental terrain such as this:
sunflowers; fiddly and time consuming more worth it. I would like to do some more at some point.
Instead, the boss had other ideas in mind and I ended up doing some terrain building on a slightly different scale!
|In the background can be seen the shed of war, aka the summer house|
Some raised vegetable beds. Next thing you know, she will have me planting vegetables and my middle name will be "farmer".
Salute will be upon us in less than 6 days which I am looking forward to and will spend most of next week compiling a shopping list. The boss is coming with me to keep me in check. I have warned her of fat blokes, ruck sacks, body odour and social ineptitude that can come with large groups of gamers. Whilst she has experienced Crisis in Antwerp, it did help that she had been thoroughly lubricated the night before.
On the painting front, I have managed to finish off some Panzer 35Ts
6 of them - Esci kits - right little sods to put together! Still got one left over in the stash. When I am feeling particularly masochistic I will put it together. Also managed to get hold of 3 lovely Russian buildings, on Ebay, of car and photo paper. I think they look great.
Will try to remember to take my camera to salute and take as many pictures as I can in order to provide a post-salute pictorial. Plus, with a bit of luck we will actually get some games in this year, as the Monday nighters have been a bit slack of late. Too cold apparently in my shed!