Before getting on with the pics of games from Broadside, just a little update for you.
When I got home yesterday another package was waiting for me.
Someone's sent me chocolate biccies from Canada?
Phew! It's the shinies I ordered from Pulp Figures! There's a boxing match ("Who said it's rigged? That person needs to be taught some respect."), a couple of packs of street punks, newshounds and two packs of cops with some serious gats. I really like these sculpts and they fit in very well with the Blue Moon and Dixon figures; much more so than the Brigade Games ones which are a touch shorter and skinnier (or "realistically proportioned" to be fair).
At the moment I'm prepping all the cops and have started painting the "Named Gangsters".
The Broadside Games Pics:
Postie's Rejects - Russo-Japanese War
Early in the game
And a bit later:
What is Il Postino Diabolico up to?
Japanese reinforcements! (There were splutters of complaint from Ray and Surj at this point)
Crush the Kaiser
Battle of Tannenburg
Rainham Wargames Club
Clint's WWI Middle East game - lots of smelly camels
....and a close up of some of the camels:
Can't remember which club, but a great idea using PlayMobil toys
Doctor Who at the Tower of London
Reserve Doc in case they need to regenerate
The 4th Doctor and Companion
Napoleonics - Peninsula battle?
Southend club - Dead Mans Hand
The Magnificent Seven Ride Yet Again
Spaceships Game - Gamers' Hub?
It was the 'Nam baby, the 'Nam
One club, three small skirmish games
South East Essex Military Society - ACW Ironclads
WWI Early War Skirmish