I still can't post blog photos from my computer, but did a little experimenting with a friend's computer, and found that the photo up-loader seems to work there. So, I'm going to try to resurrect my wife's old laptop and see if I can work on my blog from it. First though, I need to locate a charger and a new battery.
Recently, I've been doing a little work on new 28mm post-apoc settlement buildings and hope to share pics over the next week. They will mostly be a collection of adobe houses and shanties made of junk. Additionally, I plan to update some of my older sci-fi buildings for use in the post apocalypse to add to the settlement.
Last weekend, I stumbled onto a wonderful little used book store that had some old miniatures gaming books and rules sets. Books date to the 1960s and include titles by Featherstone and Grant, and rules span a period from the late 1970s to the about 1990. You can find the various titles in the history section at BookMarx books. There were maybe 30 titles on the shelf related to historical miniatures gaming. I picked up a copy of Featherstone's Solo Wargaming to continue my exploration of hobby history.
On the New Arrivals front, I recently received an order from Mad Puppet Miniatures, a few 32mm old west ad post apoc figs, which are on my paint table and hope to share soon. The figures are made of resin, and beautifully detailed and cast. Shipping from Spain to the US was a little slow, but that is to be expected given the world situation.
I also received a few more 6mm Cold War infantry from Heroics and Ros, a few Soviets and some more East Germans to round out a few units. These are the newer sculpts, which are lovely miniatures, and shipping time was relatively short, so it looks like H&R is up and running pretty smoothly again.
That's about it for now. Stay safe out there.