While unable to lay out the gaming table I have been able to clear some more projects.
Have always liked this 1954 'Herald' plastic figure of a farmer with shotgun. A lit match removed the hat furing. and a good priming, paint and varnish, has completed the squire. He can also serve in my Canadian United Empire Loyalist battalion. It cost £3.05 delivered.
Some more farm animals painted and ready. A mixture of old lead and plastic castings. But I need some static materials!
My 19th Century German troops has acquired a flag for a converted plastic guardsman. This ensign belongs to the Reuss Infantry. The flag is correct for the Elder branch of that state. Rather boringly, it's the same as the current German flag, nothing of artistic interest!
Thought this old lead figure might as well join my County Police Constabulary.
Rather pleased with these. The French nurse was kindly donated by Paul Watson. Decided to paint it as French WW1. The second was picked up in my local collectables shop for 25p, and has been completely repainted.
I must apologise to those kindly posting comments, it is not my way to fail to return a reply. I will eventually sort this out. MGB