Monday, December 6, 2010

Merry Mayhem: The Armies, Part 1

This past weekend I attended the Merry Mayhem tournament here in Madison. I stayed up half the night beforehand finishing up the remaining models in my army. You can see my late night ramblings in parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 as I tempted to blog live and complete my army. And to those of you following along, particularly Loquacious (thanks for the encouraging replies!), apologies for not being able to blog anything on Saturday. My phone just didn't want to do the whole blogging thing at the store.

I didn't quite get everything finished, but I did get the most important parts of my army finished up before the tournament. Behold:

Everyone except for the Butcher that I assembled, greenstuffed and primed on Friday night was painted and based.

The tournament was a charity raising money for Toys for Tots. In addition to the entry fee we could drop off toys for raffle tickets and buy food. Among them, awesome ginger bread men like this one:

 Overall the tournament raised over $700 for Toys for Tots, including the toys below:
There were a number of pretty armies at the tournament, so I thought I'd take a bit to show you some of them. Enjoy!

More armies tomorrow!

1 comment:

Loquacious said...

It was for charity, too? Dude, that's epic. VERY cool.