That's been a month since Claymore and I feel as if I am getting somewhere albeit slowly. Having finally got my cancer monkey off my back I can start to look ahead and get things moving again. I still get the odd day when I just have to have 40 winks and sometimes 40 winks more. My GP said it can sometimes take 6 months or even a year to get over radical surgery. If that is the case then I'm well past half way.
Last weekend I was at Border Reiver in Gateshead. A nice and not-so-little show a reasonable distance from Edinburgh. I made a few purchases, details below.
Some essential paint and brushes.
Some Napoleonics from Eagle Miniatures.
Some wildlife for a future project.
Some tents for another future project.
Some matt spray varnish which I am getting good results with.
And another future project.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch (hut) I have been making some army camps for my Teutonic Order forces.
A few bits of MDF, some matchsticks, some blue foam, some gravel and a lick of paint provides a camp occupied by some secondhand tents suitably embellished and occupied by a few Brothers.
Not a difficult build but quite a few matchsticks though.
The tents can be whisked away and the camp occupied by fighting troops should the need arise.
Playingwise we've had a few games of What A Tanker by the Two Fat Lardies.
Nice game although suffers a wee bit from a lack of scenarios.
We will persevere a bit longer.