In wargaming terms the Romans are finished, as per a previous post. I actually got my act together and painted the 24 models from the 1st cohort, the 6 of the auxiliary cavalry unit, and the 3 figures that made up my general on his big base. Surprisingly it all came together very quickly and easily, I had thought it would be hard going finishing the last few bits. With those done the Painted Vs. Purchase ratio is looking good:
Painted - 246
Purchased - 106
After those were done the painted tailed off in favour of gaming. A few Flames of War punch-ups took place, including the big game with Phil from Deeside (German victory of course), my first game in the Deeside Bloodbowl tournament ended in a 3-0 victory against Dave Winter, and with the release of Warlord games ECW suppliment; Pike & Shotte, I got a couple of games in with my Royalists.
That is the catalyst for this evenings painting, which was some work on the last renegade miniatures pike block; 16 models, 4 to a base. I'm also thinking of doing some FOW German bits, but undecided which ones so far. The Painted/Purchased ratio may take a hit this month with a trip to a wargaming show for the first time in over 2 years - Tripples in Sheffield on the 19th of May.