Strictly from the Vault as seen in Facebook… not much else needed… a game of attrition and that is what is all about… who would be left standing!
BTW I reda (again) a classic by Donald Featherstone “SOLO WARGAMES” or something like that… it is really awesome to check that all was written so long ago… it is a good recommendation… read the classics.
Napoleonics on the middle of it…
Just notice the ribbon on the queue of the horse… superbe! (in French of course!)
I do not even try to match this…
Should have said new masterpiece!… really his work is a permanent source of inspiration for everyone to care to look.
By the way… mounted figures in the background would be one day in the near future converted too… for our pleasure…
View from the side.
Even better to see the front…
Many of us display the collection… but some have bigger collections than others… LOL
Not bad uh?… and that is not all I guess…
I am a long time fan of John’s self made Toy Soldiers (like a lot of people in Facebook)… damn fine work!… I am not able to do that at all…
Wonderful display of 40mm Cavalry (French of course)
From the same collection… a couple of pics more… it’s always great to find fellow collectors who do it as obsessively as yours truly…
Great job! by the same Gus Ramos of yesterday…
Not much text from me needed today a picture is worth a thousand words.
The pic is from Gus Ramos as seen in Facebook (W. Britain’s Soldiers)
Britain’s… every boy loves toy soldiers.
And more of the same…
It was necessary to report from Fort Rexford… you know those isolated posts in the frontier needs to be cared for from time to time WAT!
And BTW it is the Colonel’s Birthday today!… so free drinks on the mess!
A pic from Fort Rexford
Sometimes Murphy is right!… I have intended to post this pic for days… and never found where the hell I kept it in the Vault… Today so help me God… I have done three posts instead of one… due to me accidentally found it by pure chance…
I simply lost this pic inside “the Vault”… been searching for it days and days! Just my kind of thing (something by James Opie I think but not sure)
Love the background too!
Never seen round bases for the cavalry before… each day you discover new things!
Great conversions by painting!