24 January 2012

Don't forget to vote. . . It's the right thing to do!


Only a week left for you to place your vote in the "Which Scenario Should They Fight in Early 2012?" poll.  Sittangbad remains in the lead with approximately 44% of the votes so far, but the river crossing scenario is running an increasingly close second.  Meanwhile, the armies of the Grand Duchy of Stollen and the Electorate of Zichenau are gathering and preparing for the march to the first tabletop battlefield.  But which one they march to and contest first has yet to be determined.  If you have not already done so, please be good enough to cast your vote before midnight on January 31st.  You can do so in the upper right-hand corner of the GD of S homepage.

12 comments:

Peter Douglas said...

With such a convincing argument I'd be embarrassed not to vote - so have done so!

Prinz Ulrich von Boffke said...

Bravo, Peter! Well done. And thank you.

Best Regards,

Stokes

Chris Gregg said...

I'd already voted but I do admire your choice of eye catching candy to tempt the unwary to your blog! You might like to see my art website for something similar and there will be more originals later in 2012.
http://cheltenham-art.com/chrisgregg.htm
Cheers
Chris
http://notjustoldschool.blogspot.com/

Neil said...

My vote is now in.

Prinz Ulrich von Boffke said...

Thank you Neil!

Prinz Ulrich von Boffke said...

Very nice, Chris! I must admit, while I enjoy landscapes, the lady in the maid's apron with the feather duster is my favorite. It's got that 1940s-50s feel to it. Not too unlike some of the gals painted on the nose of American bombers during WWII.

Best Regards,

Stokes

Capt Bill said...

If the candidates looked as good, it would be easier to vote!

Chris Gregg said...

Thanks Stokes, it was the cheeky ladies rather than the landscapes, I was referring to.
Cheers
Chris

Bluebear Jeff said...

Stokes,

I got an email from someone asking about the compatibility of Minden and RSM95 CAVALRY.

I didn't notice such a photo in your various comparison photos . . . might you provide such . . . or at least comment upon it?


-- Jeff

Prinz Ulrich von Boffke said...

Jeff,

I'll snap a few photos of Minden and RSM cavalry later today and get them up for your friend to peruse.

Best Regards,

Stokes

Peter Douglas said...

Prinz

I've been loving your comparison photos. A lot of my current collection is from RAFM, fleshed out by some from Old Glory and some from Warrior. I'm eyeing some of the RSMs but I'm curious to see how they line in size to the RAFMs.

Cheers

PD

Prinz Ulrich von Boffke said...

Hi Peter,

I know the RAFM figures but don't have any in the collection to photograph beside any of the othrs in comparison. I think, however, that the RAFM are "true" 25mm, and so somewhat smaller than the RSM95 figures, which were originally marketed as true 1/60, or 30mm figures back in the early 80s. Still, as long as you keep the figures in distinct units, and maybe mount the smaller ones on thicker bases, it probably will not be something that sticks out too much on the tabletop.

Best Regards,

Stokes

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