I'm quite a bit behind on blogging, and part of it has to do with the fact that I'm experiencing software difficulties with my tablet-based blogging application. So, in the itnerest of showing that I'm still alive and working on things, here's a picture from last week's first trial run of the portable fantasy game (PFG). The PFG is being assembled as a "game in a box", with the box being a 12-litre Really Useful Box. According the information I can find online, this is the largest single box in their line that fits under the Southwest Airlines seat. It's intended as something to take to a convention, as with the recent trip to Huzzah, or the trip to Gencon coming up later this summer. I'll do a set of packing shots sometime soon.
In the scene here, three Caesar 1/72 scale plastic adventurers on 1/2-inch square bases advance down the street of a small hamlet, depicted by a collection of Dave Graffam card models. The road is cut from a piece of print quilting fabric, and the ground cloth is the 3x3 seen in previous games, seamed up double-sided with the green on one side and a desert yellow brown on the other.
I post a little about my ongoing projects, recent games, how I got to where I am, and where I'm going, as time away from the workbench, and a somewhat busy life, permits. I'll try to keep cooking and ballroom dance down to a minimum, but they do seem to take up a lot of time.
This is my really short, no explanation included, list of projects: 54mm Medieval Mayhem (skirmish), 40mm French and Indian War, 40mm NQSYW, 40mm French Revolution/Scarlet Pimpernel, 40mm Renaissance, 25mm Dark Ages (Saxons and Vikings), 25mm Darkest Africa, 25mm Fantasy, 1/72 scale Bronze Age, 1/72 scale 2nd Punic War, 1/72 scale fantasy (travel skirmish), 6mm Ancients (travel DBA), 6mm Fantasy (travel HotT), 6mm Spanish Civil War.