Saturday, January 1, 2011
It is none other than original (and founding) Conscript Curt. Congratulations! May the sweet aroma of victory help dissipate the stench of Testors Dullcote permeating your residence!
Here are the final standings (and snarky commentary from yours truly):
Curt: 200 (but strangely, no points allocated to "sandbags" with 58 points coming within hours of the end of the Challenge ;-)
Sean: 191 (added some Warhammer Dwarfs, 40K characters and Warmachine stuff. Pretty good production from a guy with two little kids)
Dallas: 181 ($%^& decals finally arrived for the Finnish bf109 yesterday and added a Finnish sniper)
Sylvain: 178 (So many Wood Elves - you must bring them out for a game!)
Greg: 126 (added 40K Baneblade. Completion of the Elysian army must be considered ample consolation)
Mike F.: 76 (I'm sure you got heartily sick of painting peasants, especially considering their value on the game table)
Kevin: 30 (nicely done Knuckleduster Napoleonics and a good blog entry)
Frederick: 27 (came in with a nice increase yesterday)
Perry: 7 (Perry, Perry, Perry...)
It was a fun challenge for sure. I think it really spurred us on to get stuff painted and on the table, and that's what the club is all about. Among the lot of us we painted the equivalent of over 1,000 28mm models in three months, and that's pretty good going. At least the retailers we frequent will be pleased!
Gotta hand it to Conscript Curt for his amazing production. When you consider that the great majority (if not all?) of those 200 models were Napoleonics, with their attendant highly detailed uniforms, that is a very impressive turn of speed, while maintaining the highest level of quality. I'd rather paint a Zulu than a Hussar any day! Well done, my friend.
So, as Sylvain would say, "à la prochaine!" and Happy New Year!