Crossposted by Mark Man of TIN from his Pound Store Plastic Warriors blog, 13 February 2019
Crossposted from Pound Store Plastic Warriors blog by Mark, Man of TIN blog, 8 February 2019.
Cross posted from my other plastic, budget-conscious gaming blog, Pound Store Plastic Warriors, here is some simple and cheap playset therapy:
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.
Cross posted from my Pound Store Plastic Warriors blog by Mark, Man of TIN (more brittle than the Man of Steel). Enjoy!
Farewell Stan Lee RIP.
Crossposted from my other blog, Pound Store Plastic Warriors
Blog posted by Mark, Man of TIN, for Pound Store Plastic Warriors, 8 September 2018.
Spiv, Spy or the dreaded Man from the Min of Ag? You decide.
Fantastic Beasts, Irregular Miniatures Tommies, Mini Farm in a Box, pound store plastic warriors and junk shop finds. All roughly 40 to 42mm fun.
Crossposted blog posts from my Pound Store Plastic Warriors blogpost by Mark, Man of TIN, 2 September 2018.
Some unprepossessing modern pound store plastic ‘penny’ figures (£1 for a tub of 100 or more recently 80 figures from Poundland) have proved great conversion potential for my skirmish games, at the slightly odd size of roughly 36mm.
Over the last few months I have been busy creating small skirmish forces of 25 to 30 figures a side for my portable hex game boards.
Strange modern Rambo-ish machine gunner figures become a set of Desert Warrior Spearman, to join my previous Desert Warrior riflemen shown here:
Some work in progress / ‘how to’ photos about these figures are shown here:
It has been interesting comparing how many simple conversions are possible with these same 12 sometimes crudely moulded figures, explored in this blogpost:
Some kilted Colonial Highlanders conversions to join my Redcoats, straight out of my favourite Carry On film, Carry On Up The Khyber with Private Jimmy Widdle of the 3rd Foot and Mouth, the ‘Devils in Skirts’ no less!
Some figures become Boers, Cowboys or Confederates to complement my 19th Century Colonial conversions. The hats? Label or paper hole reinforcers.
The same figures can be painted and converted into many different figures, like this versatile rifleman. This was another of the figures that attracted me to these pound store figure tubs.
And finally, a host of Little Green Men in orange and gold space suits to take on my silver and blue Space Marines
Coming soon to a hex game board near me …
Blog posted by Mark, Man of TIN, featuring posts from his Pound Store Plastic Warriors blog, 28 January 2018