25mm nice pic

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It is a Perry (or FOUNDRY) 25/28mm mini as seen in Facebook…

How a clever scenery can enhance your exposition… I used to have one of those figures but painted with scarlet tunic in my 25/28mm days… lovely stuff from FOUNDRY or PERRY or whatever they are called nowadays. Inspirational.

54mm passion…

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This is actually my first post with the new format of making a new Post each day (well, if you do not count yesterday’s joke)… I still think the true collecting scale is 54mm… and it will always be for me “the true size” of Toy Soldiers.

Zulu War minis (did I really needed to explain that?) film version of course! (as seen in FB)

A different way to blog

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My son, at last, convinced me that it would be easy for me and less of a chore for everyone to check the blog entries. So, we checked it out, he was right (as usual) and I was wrong. So from now on “A Blog (in the proper sense)” will continue in regular new posts as opposed to always editing the same one. Hope you like it!

First of April seemed a very good day to change the format.

French Light Infantry (very lightly clad, but with the plumes in the right place, note the officer with different colour of plume). Not very deadly but quite costly to obtain, very useful to tie up large numbers of Cossacks. 1/1 Scale (Facebook source I guess…)

I guess some of you, in spite of being a Toy Soldier fanatic, have retained a sense of humour.