Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Voting has begun on the la Bricole painting competition!  
Nine members were able to meet the (ambitious!) targets set out in the competition rules, and you can see their entries here ranging from 18mm to 28mm miniatures.  Some of the contributors are well known in various forums and in the wargaming blogosphere, and their artistry has not disappointed!

There really is some fine painting and basing in evidence, as well as some great work-in-progress by those who were unable to get past the finish line.  

I have my favourites, but I ain't telling yet...

Any registered member can vote in the competition, so drop by and show your appreciation.  I know a lot of people have been burning the midnight oil on this one! 

Voting is open for 14 days, until April 17th (Tokyo time).   I'll keep the counter on top of my blog here running until then. 

"And what of your Wurttembergers...?" I hear some people saying.  

My own entry stalled in March (surprise, surprise...not!), due to real-life interference, over-ambitious targets, and haste in ordering miniatures before checking to see what I would actually need.  I ended up having to do a number of conversions, which actually turned out quite well.  But more of this in a future post.

2 comments:

Curt said...

Thanks again for getting this organized, Robert. The competition provided great impetus to 'get stuff done', to be encouraged and to provide the same. Brilliant stuff!

Curt

Rosbif said...

Great fun, thanks, Robert! I'll be back again next year whatever form the comp takes.