The post dated March 9th, 2017 showed what I planned to paint in my Personal Painting Challenge. A few pards joined in too. That made it more fun. Here is what I finished nine hours before the 11:59pm deadline on April 15th. Reason: To jump-start our S. Pacific WWII Campaign. You know, to add more stuff.
The leading AFV turret decal shows it is an HQ tank. The second tank's decal looks a little like the number 5. It is not. It means it is from the 1st Company.
Models are resin with some metal from the Bolt Action range offered by Warlord Games; really nice models.
Clunky tanks are my favorite AFVs, especially if fast.
These are superior models. The engineering put into these plastic models is proof.
They will be looking for the HA GOs in the first photo soon.
These are newly painted 28mm Japanese Army infantry from Brigade Games and The Assault Group.
1) This personal challenge worked well for several people as an incentive to cross the finish line before time ran out. Deadlines work. Anything was eligible; partially finished or totally unfinished items, easy or more involved to do. The idea was to get a bunch of stuff done.
2) John joined in painting more than sixty items from various time periods. Ditto for Michael M.
3) John emailed me saying he wants to start another Painting Challenge. Okay John! You are on. Let's see, sixty French Sepoys need basing and underlying movement trays. That counts for something, eh guys? Well! This needs to get done for a SYW game in India soon.
4) How did you do? Your remarks are welcome at Comments below.
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