Sunday, 4 November 2012
WW1 Mk IV
Since the Borodino game we have had builders and painters etc here at home sorting out our house from all the earthquakes. They are still working here but not far from the end now. As a result all our furniture etc has had to be moved around. My books are still packed away, my painting table has been moved and I still can't get to my basing stuff.
I have however set up a Saga campaign for the boys, of which there will be more soon. We have only had one move so far but it did result in two battles.
With the success of the Borodino game, we are organising a 150th anniversary game of Gettysburg. This has meant that I need to paint more troops. I have painted one more unit so far but it still needs basing. So photos of this soon.
I have taken some of this time to sort through the mountain of photos from some of our games and do some catch up posts on the Southern Strategists blog.
I have just posted some pic's from a WW1 game on the Southern Strategists blog. This poor wee tank got taken out in the very first move of it's very first game.
It is a great looking tanking painted by David, one of the Southern Strategists, and I felt a little sorry for him and his tank so I took a few more photos of it and thought I would post them here.
Nice work David.