More Pound Store joy bought today, this set from Poundland is my third varied set over the years of such generic unnamed Pound Store superheroes, The UnIncredibles or The Uncredibles …
Shamelessly crossposted from my other blog, Pound Store Plastic Warriors:
One of the cheaper and cheerful toy soldier arrivals I unwrapped at Christmas this year with some good old fashioned ‘vintage’ colourful packaging, bearing no relation to what is inside!
Lots of Matchbox 1:76 German Infantry copies in an American Infantry box? That’s the joy of cheap plastic figure sets!
Crossposted – refreshed link
Crossposted from my Pound Store Plastic Warriors Blog by Mark Man of TIN, 27 December 2021
What other things popsicle moulds could be used for – amphibious invasions!
More pictures at / crossposted from my Pound Store Plastic Warriors sister blog,
What proper pound store playsets and playmates were made for …
Mark Man of TIN 11 July 2021
Beware the Bald Headed End of the Broom!
A simple scrap kitchen towel for a headscarf transforms one of
Steve Weston’s 54mm plastic Mexican peasants into a spirited serving girl, scolding Goodwife or feisty fender-off of invaders from medieval to Tudor times through to the English and American Civil Wars and the Wild West onwards.
This is another figure for my slowly developing 54mm figure and pound store conversions towards a raggle-taggle
Arma-Dad’s Army militia muster and civilians to fend off the Spanish Fury of Armada invaders of the southwest coast in the 1590s.
And the title?
Crossposted from my Pound Store Plastic Warriors blog – read the more fully illustrated blog post here:
Blog post by Mark Man of TIN, 25/26 April 2021
“Things are getting strange, I’m Starting To Worry, This could be a Case for Mulder and Scully …” (Catatonia)
On the distractions or gaming riches of binge watching box sets during Lockdown …
What series or TV programmes distract from or inspire your gaming scenarios?
Crossposted by Mark Man of TIN from my Pound Store Plastic Warriors blogposts
Daisy’s biography and my 54mm pound store plastic soldier rough conversions to Girl Scouts
Celebrate an amazing woman
Juliette ‘Daisy’ Gordon Low (1860-1927) and the Girl Scouts of America that she founded on this day in Savannah, Georgia, 12th March 1912
Crossposted from our ongoing
. This was set up by me (Mark Man of TIN) and Alan (Duchy of Tradgardland) Gruber before the Woking Little Wars Revisited Games Day 54mm last March 2020: Tabletop Scouting Wide Games (and Snowball Fights) Project blog
Crossposted by Mark Man of TIN, March 12th 2021.