What could be billed as 'vehicles through the ages' sees a 25mm Egyptian chariot, I believe from Hinchclife. This was a pig to paint as it had been painted before and stripped leaving little detail to work with.
The 2 resin 28mm Jolly Boats are from Games of War and have bags of lovely detail although there were far more air holes than I had originally noticed in their raw state.
Finally a Mercedes truck originally picked up from ebay and converted to be used in a pulp setting. Additional baggage, tarpaulin, spades and tow chain all added all that remained was to paint it up and then weather the whole ensemble. What is less evident is that it has parked up on top of a dinosaur skeleton!
The 4 figures are from Black Hat miniatures and represent Hopping vampires or if these are not permitted then they could always be sleepwalking Chinese priests!
This post just demonstrates how wonderful the Challenge has been in order to clear up unfinished or stalled projects, something I am eternally grateful for.
Excellent work Michael! I love the Merc truck especially. I dunno about any Hopping Vampires but I know those dudes are definitely channelling 'The Four Tops'.
Y'know, it's just an idea.
I'm on the edge of my seat waiting for them to do some finger-snapping 'doo-whaaps' and a few slick synchronized moves... Maybe we can call them 'The Four Hops'!
These various vehicles and the Motown Vampires will give Michael 110 points and enough for him to meet his Challenge target. Congratulations and thanks so much for participating!