I recently had reason to do a search on this blog for some of the earliest content, and realised I had been blogging for quite a while. Not as early as some of my first wargames websites, back when blog wasn't even a word. In 1999.. http://dbm.freehosting.net/cancon2000.htm (back in the day when we had 79 players at Cancon - and I famously rolled my first dice in a 6 round tournament with a 1,1,1,1.)
But I have been sadly remiss updating this blog for some time. Since August! Mea Culpa. I plead, tiredness, work, life, Mastodon, watching Twitter become 'TrainWreck' (tm) and just general slackness.
It hasn't meant I haven't been doing wargames stuff, sadly, few games, but lots of reading, purchasing, printing and even some painting.
So first of all, success stories - finished two platoons plus core supports for Chain of Command -
|British Airborne - 28mm|
A mix of Offensive, Artizan, Warlord, 1st Corps, and even Renegade (PIAT teams).
BEF - mainly 1st Corps with 3d printed AT support. I also made progress with their armour supports, here they are with silly putty masking for the camouflage. All 3d prints. The Vickers VIb are particularly nice, from Arvernes on Wargaming 3d.
Then there was the Panzer IV kickstarter (including a Panther add-on), from Night Sky also on wargaming3d. To which I have added some Lee and Stuarts from Thingiverse.
It included some rather nice tank crew... these will see a lot of use I think. The heads are separate.
Then there are the ongoing items of terrain. The rather nice Warbases Russian Chapel...
Some cows.. Warlord games, loads of filling - annoying, but I can't find decent 3d print files for dead cows, or horses, or pigs even.
The 10/12mm stuff hasn't been neglected either.. some Farms/BUA for 'O Group' or 'Iron Cross'.
And then there has come the insanity.. first of all, this in my FLGS caught my eye...
Which of course, led to this...
Oops... and then there was this.. Alex at @StormOfSteelwargaming is to blame.. WW1.
This eclectic workbench...
What on earth was I thinking? Maybe prepping for 'What a Cowboy'...
And then there were these..
Why do I do it to myself.. there's a bunch of Perry figures to do XIV Army in Burma. Thus explaining the Lee and Stuart tanks.
Altogether now, dum dum dum, dum de dah, dum de dah...
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