I have thoroughly enjoyed the increased interaction the competition has bought over the last month with fellow bloggers. The highlight of the month was meeting some of those fellow bloggers during my working day at Salute.
The competition had an incredible amount of entrants and many of those have a lot of entries from further comments placed during the month. I used the infamous random number generator to draw the prizes:
Would the following please use the contact me section to furnish an address for me to send your prizes.
4th : A pack of 15mm mirliton miniatures code RM3 --- Monty from twin cities gamer
3rd : A pack of 4 x Curteys miniatures Mongol horse archers---- Dux from Dux Homunculorum
The following person had the most amazing luck and I wish I could roll dice as well as she can predict and claim a prize.
2nd : 16 unpainted gripping beast metal Vikings ----- Anne from O'Leary miniatures
1st : I will paint 10 x 25mm/28mm, 10 x 20mm or 20 x 15mm historical miniatures of your choice sent to me (or a negotiated equivalent) --- His Most Royal Majesty, King of the Sandbaggers, Ray Rousell from Dont throw a 1
I believe you have my email Ray or you can contact me via Google +
Now because I am nicknamed Loki you really need at this point to learn that occasionally you should expect the unexpected:
I deliberately withheld a prize, never making any mention of it, so as to ensure a degree of level playing field for all entrants that posted a link back and still got a tied result. As I dont believe in splitting a prize both of the following will be able to receive the following:
Mystery Prize : I will paint 5 x 25/28mm or 10 x 15mm historical miniatures of your choice sent to me.
Michael Peterson--- The Mad Padre
Francis Lee ---The Angry Lurker
Finally a big thank you and commiserations to everyone who joined in but on this occasion did not win.