As promised, here is the round up of this years challenge, now you may have noticed the part 1 in the title, and that is due to Azazael still has to post up some entries, so I will do a part 2 when he has posted up the rest of his entries.
fantoricalwargaming Simon got some 15 mm scenery done for the challenge with these excellent blast craters, Corn stooks, and haystacks.
lostdamnedstunted Dai, started the challenge with an excellent Sherman tank, then followed up with a Genestealer statue, abandoned cars, a fantasy statue, water container, and Humvee.
wargaminggirl Tamsin has been the queen of the jungle this year with so many different bases, including Kunai grasses, bamboo areas, coconut palms, banana trees , and so much more. If your planning on doing some jungles I would strongly suggest checking out her posts, for some great techniques, and how to's.
rantingsfromunderthewargamestable Roger made some scratchbuilt scenery to start, with an excellent skull altar, then cleared some resin scatter scenery, and finished off with some MDF sci-fi terrain with his awesome slum district.
pmpainting Matt started off with a new scenery project or two, but completed his cottage from last year first, then did an apocalyptic store, barricades, billboard, a fence, and a monster egg.
azazelx Azazel made use of the vehicle inclusion, during July, with finishing off an army doing some Shermans, and Valentine tanks, plus some gravestones, that just happen to have big bats on them, and I will post up the rest of his stuff in part 2
twitchybristles Mick did a great rendition of a WTW toxic pool.
saturdaymornings13 Ivor went old west for the challenge, and took some nice MDF buildings from okay to awesome, including a Sherriff's office with detailed interior, and livery stable.
justneedsvarnish John concentrated on his Paraguay wars scenery he wanted, including Chatas, fortifications and lookout tower, he also repainted a great Pagoda
markamorin Mark, completed his Aztec city scape, that included walkways, city flooring, reeds an lilly pads for the surrounding water, Cortez war wagons, and cornfields. Not ony was he doing all the above but started a 1:1 scale project, with new garage, and entertainment room.
imperialrebelork Luke, had hoped to do some of his Wild West buildings, but got stuck into his own 1:1 scale scenery, with his awesome new hobby shed, hopefully this means next year he'll have more time for smaller scenery ! LOL
A huge thank you to all who took part, you are all the stars of this event, and it wouldn't be the same without you, hope you can all take part again next year, know Roger has already got something planned ! Also if the pictures above have wetted your appetites, they are even more pictures on their respective blogs.
So until next time stay safe and have fun !