|This collection has some of the best figures Bryan painted imho|
|Notice the flaking on the chap on the left's hat, Bryan didn't varnish his figures!|
|The vast majority of the figures have names on their bases|
|The Ak 47 gang, with one of many ladies on the right|
|More ladies, I just love Lulu (second from the right)|
|Some big disparities in heights !|
|A couple or three Bobby Jackson figures there|
|Hasslefree or maybe Reaper central figure|
|A few more ladies|
|I don't recognise the provenance of these|
|Boom-box and shotguns (and anothr lady)|
|More heavy weaponary on show|
|Wonderful mix of weapons, figures and poses|
|See above comment, bored now|
|Are we nearly there yet ? (yes - Ed.)|
|End of part one...|
|Part two...The Chicos and chicorittas|
|The rest of the Chicos etc. (Phew- the end)|
In the last few days of my holiday I gm's a rpg game called Og and great hilarity ensued as played had a very limited vocabulary for their cavemen (and women). I also played in a DnD adventure, playing as a Paladin - probably the hardest character I've ever played , but great fun and nostalgia.
Additional boardgames played were "Witches" and "Alchemists" that I didn't take part in (limited numbers), Fire Point (again) plus some of the other games were re-visited - a thouroughly enjoyable holiday.
Hopefully I've also managed to get up to date with all my commenting too, after being a bit lazy in this respect.
That's it then for another week, thanks for taking the time to visit, hopefully there was something here of interest, next week I'll be posting more figures from Bryan's colection - Zombicide humans !
As always your comments are both welcomed and truly appreciated.