Though it may look like quite a lot, there is only a smattering of figures - a mere 19 !
|Congo rules its (now almost obligatory) cards and cardboard|
|They do look good imho|
|More figures bound for the Sudan !|
|...and more market accessories|
|...and a couple of market stalls too !|
|Not on the list - first impulse buy of the day...|
|...though it was touch and go whether it was on the list !|
|Even more market stuff... (can you guess where it's all bound for ?)|
|Pulp Figures that I will no doubt find use for in the Sudan|
|Explorer on the left was not on the list !|
|One of the two deck h=guns and crew (on the list !)|
Can;t remember where I bought this can of spray matt varnish from, but as it was a couple of quid cheaper than I'd seen previously it went in the bag under the label of impulse buy, along with yet another pot of white (the search for a decent white continues apace)
|White paint (who'd have thought ?|
That concludes the loot count from an excellent (and expensive) day out Battleground. The relative small number of figures bought does mean that they may even get painted, though the cavalry will not be at the top of the queue!
In other News, I've managed to get in about 15 hours of painting my Egyptians and British foot, bound for the Sudan, but they still have a long way to go. I did lose a day of painting due to Xmas shopping (keeping Swmbo sweet) and this week will see yet another day lost to yet another Hospital visit ! This was an unexpected appointment and hopefully they will find nothing wrong this time - fingers crossed !
That's it then for this week, I wish I'd had something more interesting to post about, but as always your comments are both welcomed and appreciated !