For Piper's Peak...
Tamsin would like you to paint anything that is (or could be):
i) associated with mountains; or
ii) taking a look (a peek); or
iii) displaying anger ('a fit of pique')
(Or a cheeky airline stewardess - ed.)
I of course went for a pun...
Hey, hey Booboo it looks like a Pic-a-nic over at Piper's Peak....*
Ok I'm making for indulgence from our flight attendant here. It's a horrible pun, put so was the Peke (or alleged Peke in that case, since the model certainly wasn't a Pekinese). But I wanted to post these figures and I knew that Tamsin is a big fan of Annie Norman's stuff.
This is a set of five members of the Women's Land Army, see the article at the IWM for info, on a lunch break from working the fields during WW2. They are from Bad Squiddo games' wonderful Women in WW2 range.
Not a whole bunch to say on these. They are wonderful casts, with lots of character and paint very nicely. They are in regulation green jumper and Khaki overalls, but a couple sport non-regulation head wear.
I enlisted my wife's help in getting the hair colours right and she suggested toning down the red head and adding more colour to the blonde. She was of course correct on both counts.
Lynne also had me adjust the colour of the girls' tea as the first attempt looked "strong enough that a mouse could trot across without getting a foot wet".
* I did honestly look for a Yogi Bear figure to add to this post but no joy. The closest I could find was a 200mm multipart figure on Thingverse.
Assuming that I haven't appalled Tamsin too much with the pun, that's 5 figures at 5 points each plus 30 for the location.
I haven't subject you to my musical tastes this challenge so will rectify that with appropriately titled "Me and the Farmer" by the Housemartins. This band ticked a lot of boxes for me - jangly guitars, poppy tunes, lovely harmonies and biting lyrics. Half the band went on the form the Beautiful South while the bassist became Fatboy Slim. May I present the boppiest song about bonded servitude ever written.