|Broken-down Italian tank? Shocker!
|Ross' DAK move up the hill vs Farmer Pat's Aussies in Hold the Line
|In Early War, the germans have such low numbers that the Brits were able to hold that hill (but barely)
|Rob's BEF Cruisers pop the easy tanks of Andrew's Matilda force (Brit vs Brit with a Union Jack on the wall.. coincidence?)
|Rob had 8 x 18/25 lbrs, and 2 Matildas assaulted the side of this formation.. 2 bailed out tanks (vs side armour), so moral victory if nothing else!
|Bridge of Doom, Marty Sill's Brits pound Lou's Finns
|Kevin's Russian BT horde vs Iain's Japs in the semi-circle of justice. All that firepower failed to kill a single one of those dug-in infantry..! Hens and Chicks FTL
|Meanwhile, in the other Russia v Japan battle, here is Dan's KV-2s vs Bob's Japanese.
|Close-ups of the KV-2s chilling by the river. Rear armour is still proof vs the Japanese tanks :)
|Nikuhaku teams wasted on the small tanks, KV's camping in the back.
|Closeup of Rob's BEF. Scottish flags and all kilts.
|Sadly this is the best pic of my Italian Carri Company.. spent a month painting 24 vehicles... Coastal guns put in some serious work in the tourney though!
|Dan's tankovy w/ KV-2's
|Rob's Jock Column in BEF paint. All that tartan.
|And now for stuff ive been working on, 28mm French Napoleonics
|In Napoleonics, the French are the "Space Marines" IE, in every single battle it seems. Plus there is a lot of blue (just no Marneus Calgar!). 24 of these guys done, and now ALMOST finished a Cavalry unit.
|Team Yankee air units are next on the on-deck painting circle
|Local museum had a Napoleon exhibit which sucked, but had a few gems like this Cuirasse and Casque
|Drum taken from Waterloo. Painting those red and blue triangles in 28mm will be a challenge!
|Guard Hussar Dolman. The fur looks crazy, looks like bad wig hair.