The last couple of bases of medieval bowmen leave the painting table. This leaves two bases of mounted men at arms to complete for the planned additions to my medieval armies to be complete.
|Two bases of medieval bowmen|
|A ground level view of the completed units|
The one issue with the additional bases is they no longer will fit comfortably into the draw where they are stored. A bit of reorganising of the gaming room will soon be required.
|Storage draw is full of medieval|
I now need to decide what is next for the painting table. My options are:
Fantasy - I have an Orc and Goblin army painted from a decade ago (pre-blog time) with no opposition. I am tempted to use them with the Dragon Rampant rules (which I also have) and paint up a small retinue from the Games Workshop Age of Sigmar range to face them.
Seven Years War - I have some more plastic Spencer Smith SYW figures hidden away. I could add to my French-Indian War forces or just expand for some smaller generic SYW games.
Operation Sea-lion - This would be a challenge project and would be run eventually as a campaign. The challenge would be to do in on less than $100 using plastic 20mm figures and all vehicles scratch built using wooden dowel and MDF sheet (similar to what I did for my WW1 Palestine campaign - example here).
Finally I just want to say a big thank you to all who provided comments, ideas, and emails with rules on some ECW rules options from my previous blog post. Much appreciated and a lot to consider. I am still testing out different activation options on the tabletop to see what sits best with my simple wargaming tastes.