EPIC28

Playing EPIC in 28mm.

Friday, 15 August 2014

Some progress.

After the three way in the garden we sat down to tidy up a few outstanding bits from the plastic crack mountain.


Karitas, possibly overcome with charity, embarked upon the assembly of a FW Thunderbolt.  Sort of like the 'village spitfire'.  The picture shows some of the big gaps which doubtless Kartias might mention on excommunicate tratoris.  Along with the instructions.



Basing - the chosen, valhallans, bulkytroopers (swapped with Admiral Drax for some tempestus scions).  I made tea as well.

And Admiral Drax built a couple of hydrae for me as well.  More on them later.

And some of you might be interested in learning that I was in contact with Col Scipio recently.  He hasn't forgotten wargaming at all and is collecting ideas for when he returns.

4 comments:

  1. To news about Scipio.

    Your catch up with the lads has been productive by the looks of it.

    Ray and I have another get together in a
    couple of weeks. Very much looking forward to it. Hobbying with those of like mind is a good way to spend a weekend.

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  2. Nice to see work getting done.

    Glad to know Scipio is able to find time with his busy schedule to get some hobby time in. Looking forward to seeing a post on his blog.

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  3. Scipio = win.

    I really do like communal modelling - it's a lot more fun than skulking around in the darkened cottage on my own.

    Oh, and here is a picture of my all-uses knife (as we discussed): http://i21.geccdn.net/site/images/n-picgroup/IRW_2082200B.jpg
    Obviously, the reason I thought the brand was Australian ws becuase it's 'Irwin'. It's a lovely thing. 15mm conversions? - no problem!

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    1. Oh, I thought you'd said Austrian. Which made sense. I can see why Irwin might link to 'Strailian in someone's mind, though.

      I need a knife now, I'm struggling to get into my world cup babybel...

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