Sunday, April 28, 2013

Replicant's Royal Navy and Marines.

I pulled these out and gave them a color coding scheme and painted the HUGE bases to be deck or sand. Replicant figures have the problem of being nice figures but expensive and needing lots of work to remove parting lines and flash. The results can be "hairy" with thin plastic stringers that you don't see until you see photos.

There is no officer for the Marines so I took the new Armies In Plastic Waterloo British officer and tried to make a comander.

Maybe I'll make an angular base instead.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Steam Tank # 7

This was quickly made from an AIRFIX WW I 1/72 scale kit. This was sitting in a box of half completed stuff from 40 years ago. Plastic tube and some odds from Armies In Plastic artillery.

Maybe a story in the future.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

"Caught in the Act" 28mm figures.

 Brigade Games figures...

Painted and converted from 1930s Pulp back to late 1800s...sort of...maybe...

                                           "PUNY MEN!"

                                      "Captured by Les Amazones" 1870..

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

New Cast Members...

I picked up some MARX plastic figures at the local Toy Soldier Show in Woburn, Mass. These are repros from the old molds.

I also picked up some inexpensive painted metal figures...

They'll be back.

Friday, April 12, 2013

Non Sequitur Adventures....

Don't ask...who knows right now where this will go, if at all.


 Lot' o Armies In Plastic conversions with a Reamsa female.