Actually it means that the sky is the limit in 54mm Toy Soldiers… Facebook (MTSAM)
Of course the officer in the left needs to see his optician (not that he is going to ever acknowledge this)… A superb vignette that mixes manufacturers and a great scenery or setting. I found the “atmosphere” a delightful reminder of times gone by… More tomorrow maybe…
Extensive use of Milliput as you can see in the unpainted figures in the background (shoulder wings etc). 54mm
Steadfast set… not every soldier carries a rifle…
I must say I have come very late in my collecting to unusual subjects (Heliograph party is in the offing too!)… but those are particularly well done.
Traditional Toy Soldiers in 54mm of course!
Wonderful setting and ambiance (seen in Facebook)
You can achieve perfection in many fields… here is an example… you can almost hear the Band.
Classic Toy Soldiers (Facebook)
Not really much to add. Those are the stuff of childhood dreams…
Guess they are 54mm and awfully well painted!
Seen in Facebook… nice display but have no more details…
Incidentally this web page has reached more than 85.000 Visitors and 275.000 Visits… really surprised myself… maybe I shall go along for a time…
Crimean Vignette… after the Charge…(Facebook)
I must say W. Britain is lately spoiling us with delightful vignettes… well done!
Giving a medal (W.Britains I think)
Now and then an original vignette is available… and then I post it matter of fact.
Multitude of versions black&white, silent, Technicolor… you name it… it has been done seriously, for fun, with songs… whatever really… so here it is a small tribute…
The Three Musketeers as seen in FaceBook… again Militay Modeling quality.
Lets show a good example of well done and painted “modern” (as opposed to Old) Toy Soldiers… no matter at all if you use them to wargame as in A GENTLEMAN’S WAR rules or just collecting… very well done.
Prussians on the march… Facebook source.