Work on my market stalls has also seen a lot of progress and even though I'm very disappointed with them I've continued working on them.
Here's a few more pics of the results of this week's output:
|The 'hogs' running the other way with figure for scale|
|Full frontal view (ooh err!)|
|Bitcher stall (incomplete), from Iron Gate|
|View of ;table top'|
|Scratch-built stall probably for materials|
|Another scratch-build earmarked for a pottery stall|
|Scatch-built canopy over a "frontline" stall|
|Order from "w=Warlords|
£20 for 20 Tribals and £20 for 42 Zouaves, I can;t figure out why one is relativel so expensive.
The Zouaves came with a single usable officer (I wanted two), whilst the Tribals can muster eight archers (I wanted ten), so slightly disappointed but overall happy.
The brushes are OK, a large a small and a dry brush, which should see good service.
The Afghans I ordered from "Atlantic" still haven't materialised, but given the current climate I'm not surprised.
That's it then for this week, I'll once more be playing catch-up with all the blogs I follow.
Thanks for taking the time to visit and as always your comments are both welcomed and appreciated.