Tuesday, June 19, 2007

June update: Photos and news!

Holy cow!
Pete, (in Las Vegas), is a member of the LVWargamers. They are using Bongolesia as the setting for their 28mm "Battlefield Evolution" games!

And thus, they have a blog up also!

Wow...a second blog dedicated to my wonderful African hell-hole. I'm honored!

And in other news:
I've finally gotten around to taking some pics of some of my "almost completed" projects...so look on and enjoy.
And as usual, let me know what you think!

Bongolesian Supply Trucks. (Battlefront 1/4 CWT Resin British Lorries). They are fun to paint and hold colors really well. The second was modified to be a flatbed, courtesy of my trusty Dremel)...

Two shots, (right side and oblique left front) of my new "Funkytown" urban block. The balcony holds 2-3 stands of 15mm troops...The buildings are made out of foamcore and the entire section (a six block area) is set up to be able to be used in a wide variety of configurations.

Ooooooooooooooohhhh....Politics...Bongolesian Style.... Good stuff for all....You know who to vote for...they make it so easy for you....

The "Wild Ducks" Mercenary Group...(Just missing Richard Burton and Roger Moore...and a good soundtrack!)...

The Sign that will be at the Airport to let you know "where you are"...as if you needed to be reminded...

Some of my soon to be "many" stands of 15mm Peter Pig "Looters". Gods I HATE these figures....not for the quality, but for what they represent, lawless scummy rabble...Taking what they can...Ah well....time for a good old fashioned shoot 'em up eh?

Some more of my French Based UN Troops for trying to keep "Peace" in Bongolesia....(Good Luck Boys!)...

1 comment:

Sky Captain said...

Bongolesia in Las Vegas has taken a larger turn. We are trying reasonablly hard to remain faithful to all that is good about Bongoesia (tm) as passed down to us by our guiding father.

We have even gone so far as to faithfully reproduce his buildings in quality 28mm chunks. The largest difficulty comes in giving interior detail to what were 15mm buildings.

-Jason C.