I'm about done now with 28mm terrain, the rural roads are good for 15mm FoW games too as are the narrower river sections so it gives me flexibilty. I have loads of trees in both scales, the hedge sections make great 'bocage' in 15mm scale and standard hedges in Bolt Action. I only ever intend to fight tank battles with lots of tank models in 15mm.
More French and Indian War figures have gone off to John from Kingscolours, another 10 British Regulars, 7 Rogers Rangers, 6 Canadian Militia plus a French and British artillery crew each of 4 figures. All are front Rank. Intention is to bring the British regulars up to six companies each of 8 figures including a light company and Grenadier company, I'm slowly working on the later now. I'm keeping all the facings the same buff colour so they represent a regiment on the table of 48 figures! In Sharpe Practice these groups can operate individually or collectively, seems daft to have loads of different facings.
Here's the newly organised room with the 6 x 4 table up and a couple of shots of the shelves etc. I'm very gradually getting there.
|The new 2 x 2 'Space Saver' terrain boards from TSS. These are just 20mm thick and much tougher than polystyrene.|
|A fast growing collection thanks to John from KingsColours.|
|Trees and hedges by Simon at S&A Scenics.|
|Resin cast bridge over river by Small Terrain Miniature Scenery as are roads and rivers.|
And here is my new 'snug' painting desk downstairs in the lounge, much more sociable and comfortable. Researching British Grenadier caps for the figures I'm painting. I still use my trusty 30watt CFL 'daylight' bulb in a desk lamp for painting is it gives a really crisp clean light.