When no one makes cheap 54mm plastic scouts, what can you do but convert some of the cheapest rackety cloned and distorted toy soldiers into Boy and Girl Scouts? Some of this worked well. Read more at:
Crossposted from my Scouting Wide Games for the Tabletop blog site by Mark, Man of TIN (1970s Cub Scout, Bronze Arrow, Retired) 17 October 2019
How to avoid landfill and land your pound store plastic warriors on the beach – cross posted from my other blog:
Hit the beach, fellas!
Raid the fridge and get cutting. Enjoy! Posted by Mark Man of TIN 21 July 2019
Little green men have stylishly landed … Le Toy Van Space rocket
A classic space rocket to match my Pound Store Plastic figure space conversions. More pictures at – Crossposted from Pound Store Plastic Warriors
Blog posted by Mark Man of TIN 16 April 2019
Crossposted from my Pound Store Plastic Warriors blog
What links these two pictures?
Blog posted by Mark Man of TIN, 15 March 2019
Once a hundred, now seventy … Previous centurions need not apply.
Crossposted by Mark Man of TIN from his Pound Store Plastic Warriors blog, 13 February 2019
Cross posted from my other plastic, budget-conscious gaming blog,
Pound Store Plastic Warriors, here is some simple and cheap playset therapy:
Man of TIN salutes the contents of this Combat Mission Soldier Set – apologies for the slightly fuzzy screenshot of Playset 2. How could so much fun pack into so small a box? (Redcoated Man of TIN not included).
With the usual budget playset ‘hallmark’ of a bizarre mix of scales and periods, there are some useful 45mm to 50mm figures and accessories for gaming. Who could want for more?
Crossposted by Mark, Man of TIN blog, 23 January 2019.