Saturday, April 23, 2011

All Quiet on the Wargaming Front

Yeah, too, quiet. Busy with "real life", so I haven't done much painting and even less gaming most of this year so far. I did manage to paint a few miniatures, including the 2 ladies pictured below. On the left, Katie O'Flynn of Ballyfoole (from Blue Moon*). On the right, Lady Jane Glossington of Grand Thidwick (from Black Scorpion*).

* if I remember correctly! One hazard of buying miniatures from various manufacturers and then taking a while to get around to painting them is I sometimes forget where they came from.

6 comments:

tradgardmastare said...

Good to see you figures and hope we will hear more from you in the coming months too. An 18th century game in the Soweiter League would be be eagerly anticipated too.By the way did you ever get a rough copy of your rules down on paper?
best wishes
Alan

abdul666 said...

Charming ladies, each in her own style! Hope we'll see her in (or 'under'?) action.

Bluebear Jeff said...

A pair of good-looking wenches wherever they came from.


-- Jeff

David said...

Very nicely done - and obviously crying out for some action ASAP. :-)

Cheers,

David
http://nba-sywtemplates.blogspot.com/

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tradgardmastare said...

I've nominated you for the Stylish Blogger Award.

To accept -
1) provide a link back to the nominating blogger and his/her blog.
2) Tell us seven things about yourself.
3) Nominate another blog/blogger (or several) for the award.
4) Notify those bloggers.

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