Working Away…

…on some different things. Not all of them models.

I got a burr under my saddle (which is something we say out west, here) about figure storage and transport. Most of the figure cases I see that I like are expensive or inadequate. Or both. So I found some regular storage cases at the local Home Depot, some steel flashing, and some rivets.

I did this:

Modifying the case

 I cut the steel to fit the compartments and rivet them in and I get this:

Figure case

I have two of these cases done and I figue two more to do in order to hold most of my FOW stuff that is done and what is on the paint table.

Speaking of the paint table:

Current Table

I have been taking a bit of break; in protest, due to being rather busy at work and at the house. However, I have been getting some little bits done here and there. I finished up assembling a Panther platoon and 4 more Tigers. I also got the base painting in on my Shermans:


 There is also a platoon of 76mm Shermans, but I don’t have the base paint on those yet.  Need to get a platoon of Priests out together by Friday for a game. Maybe.

Work continues on the secret project front; Bob, I’m about halfway through, been tough getting in any time. Looks good so far. Oh, and ‘the chair is against the wall.’



3 Responses

  1. Message response: “William F. Buckley spins Crippen’s Ring”

  2. I saw that. Now I’m depressed…

  3. This is all very intriguing chaps, hidden clues and secret messages it’s like a wargames version of the DaVinci code

    any chance of some more clues?

    oh Charles, nice work on the storage mate, very professional

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