The old reliable Airfix control tower
I'm back from London a week and the Waterloo game was excellent. Truly superb. But writing a report and sorting out pictures has been somewhat time consuming and between work and returning to college, I've had my hands full. To relax, I've conducted a bit of a clear out of the War Room and finished off a few things that were within an asses roar of completion.
To be honest the significance of the numbers is lost on me, but they were in the original kit.
Now as it happened, my kit was so old that paper components had perished, but Capability Savage ran me up some stickers that look just like the originals. The tower itself I painted last year (or was it the year before? I forget) while ill with pneumonia, but I had not added the stickers.
In addition, I have mainly been basing trees.
There's also been a mass outbreak of forestry as I dived into a bag of MDF bases and started basing every tree in sight. This is lovely work, quite undemanding and very relaxing.
Rinse, wash, repeat.
There's something rather zen about the whole process. Who knows, perhaps there are a mob of Buddhist monks somewhere who decided to jack in the whole mandala business and are knocking out trees for wargaming to beat the band.