Toy soldiers, wargames and modelling madness.
No shortage of snow in Edinburgh, but it's the wet kind falling on wet ground so it's not lying.It's a bit tougher on nearby high ground though!
Very pretty, but getting military lets discuss field of fire.You see on the rhs at about 35 meters there's a chimney? Good, now, when you see the fat geezer in the red suit, with a bunch of overgrown bambis wait for him to get out of the cart type thing, then drop the lead bambi. The rest will stumble about but drop at least one other too. Now you have to be quick here, a double tap will do it. Then plug the fat guy, yeah, the one in the red suit.Now sit back and watch and wait for the BBC for the real deal.You can probably tell I am on a break with nothing to do...Regards
Jim DuncanI'm meant to be in the Peak District tomorrow. A lawyer friend lives out there and says the roads were very exciting when she was driving to work this morning...
ArthurYou're on a break? I'd never have guessed...
There's something very comforting about these pictures. Homelike I suppose.Good time for an outdoor FLW Winter War game.
Oh the weather outside is frightful,and the painting tray looks so delightful,But there's simply no models on show,Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow....I reckon a scenic shot of Tratvian Cossacks charging across the snow into a Forbodian machine gun nest would be very therapeutic....All the best,D.Martin aka Dr Zhivago
Ross MacTaken as they were from inside a warm house the are quite comforting! FLW in the snow? Nice idea, but the snow is considerably deeper than the figures are tall!
David CrookI'll see what I can do...
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