Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Progress of sorts.

Having no focus I am doing a bit of everything all at the same time but mostly taking the opportunity to finish things off. Always worthwhile. The top picture is some "Zombie" ground scatter. Tim at Frontline (http://www.frontlinewargaming.co.uk/) makes these in resin. I was lucky enough to be given these by him at Cavalier back in February and finally managed to polish them all off. (I had already done some. But now I've got them all done.) They are not brilliantly painted, but they can now be put away and use for any forthcoming Zombie games.
The Second Picture is a few more bases for PBI. Two BAR, two Garand and one carbine (Command) stands. Slowly slowly moving this project forward. Obviously I had to finish all the Afghan boards and figures first so these have been on hold for a while. I can now press forward with this project now as well as several others that are part done. I had an email from Karl at Crooked Dice yesterday, it seems he'll be on his own at the Crooked dice stand at BROADSIDE, selling things and playing a game. He  did mention the "Fiddlers Green" game which involves Spy-fi agents against scarecrows in  very English village setting. I'll have a chat with the Rainham Wargames Club ( the club I belong to) and see if next year they'd like to do something Crooked Dice based for a couple of shows. Karl lives about 15 miles away from me so it could benefit us all. I'll have a chat with Karl on Sunday, as well as RWC and see if it's a good fit for both parties. I personally like the idea but I am only one voice among many.

I'll try to have some SAGA figures done for my next post on Friday. Thanks for looking take care cheers Clint.

14 comments:

  1. nice job on the corpses, you cant have enough of those

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    1. I think they are very useful for any 25-28mm 20th century game... but specially Zombies )

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    1. Thanks mate. Really average paint job though close up.

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  3. Hey clint, I couldn't find those corpses on the Frontline site :(

    What scale are yours?

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    1. They are 25-28mm scale. You have to check his FACEBOOK pages. It's a bind, I hate face book.

      http://www.facebook.com/FrontlineWargaming

      Send him an email for details costs etc.

      He'll be at BROADSIDE so you can see them there in the "Flesh".

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  4. Nicely done you have been busy at least having multiple projects keeps the mind fresher

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    1. Get time off work, gotta make the most of it... or at least try.

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  5. Nice work Clint, see you Sunday!

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  6. Mmmm dead zombies... nice.

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    1. Dead people, which may or maynot get up and walk about again as yet to be determined!

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