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Here in north Italy it's a gray rainy day...please, someone can do some light ?
Here also in the south of the UK, Marco! And windy as well...
Maybe a slightly lighter shade of grey, perhaps a silver-grey, perhaps some French line cavalrymen for the War of Spanish Succession in their silver-grey coats and red facings?
Have a good weekend:rain_cloud: :slightly_smiling_face:
Come on chaps you all know the Napoleonic uniforms are the brightest & will blow the rain clouds away. :heart_eyes:
If it`s sunshine you are after, North Africa and the desert is what you want......
I agree, desert sunshine sounds like the sure fix! (maybe more DAK heavy weapons teasers? Have you started working on, oh I don't know, maybe some 8th Army AT/gun crews?) ;-)
We're sunny right now in LA (Lower Alabama, USA); after the tropical storms and hurricanes it's even more appreciated. Temps in the high 70s in the day, down to high 50s at night. Last night dipped to 48. Great weather, I wish I felt up to doing some outside work.
In Scotland we call a sunny day a "mirage" rarely seen and never believed, Rain Sleet and snow on the other hand is guaranteed to keep you at the paint table. We do have midgies which are why many of us Scots all emigrate to the four corners of the world to escape the little buggers.
we grant you a sunny break, which we suggest you to use for a re-boot:
and, finally, some rest:
Very good , if you want your tune played, pay the organ grinder not the monkey. Well done for daring to be different .
Goodness, I'll get my sunglasses and factor 50 out again!
The organ grinder is another first...whichever set will this figure go in?? Will he be defeating (or deafening) the enemy with his tunes?
Tres bien! My old Fort Sahara needs these men!
Freech Foreign Legion are always super welcome. Need carts and mules. Thank you Strelets
I particularly like the photographer (I presume)! Who said the bonus figure is dead?!!
I am old enough to remember an organ grinder used to come around our neighborhood with a monkey and play music for coins. Monkey was cute.
It is going to be interesting to see what set the Organ-grinder is in. If it is with the relaxing Legonairre chaps that will be good but somewhat odd. He might get sand in the works. Of course, if he is in a desert scenario he will need a camel to carry his accouterments; well a mule at least.
In my mis-interpretation I was thinking American Civil War, or thereabouts, which he still 'speaks' to me, but he's a dead ringer for this fella from another time and place: