I think that K&C ALH are some of the best made and painted figures but I've found in the last years only a couple of nice diorama ( the barleywomble one is really very nice). The number of figures is high enough for creations and I think there are many collectors in the world. So is it possible to see more diorama ?....Not found diorama with the latest figures, nice those on camels or galloping after the battle ( only advertising pictures from K&C ). I'll do probably one in the future
"As I'm into a Russian phase at the moment, I thought it about time I painted up this set by TSSD which I have had some years. Nice figures, the only flaw is the single breasted greatcoats which are incorrect. "
We are also pleased to announce the latest addition for our Seven Years War figure range, SYW023-SYW031 Prussian 3rd Cuirassier Leib Regiment zu Pferde and General von Seydlitz. Prussian General Friedrich Wilhelm von Seydlitz was a General of cavalary in the Prussian army serving under Frederick the Great. He distinguished himself in battle time and again and as such he rose through the ranks until finally rising to command all of the Cavalry of Frederick's army. We have presented him
Hello there, Here is my last 1/32nd build finished in 2014. It is the Trumpeter boxing with some scratch, Spada and Berna decals. It was a lot of work This is the plane of Commandant Cavaroz, based at Cat-Bi airbase, Indochine, 1951.
It was sunny for a change after several years of rain. It was held in the new visitor centre as opposed to the barracks this year. As usual the exhibits were the standout as they typically over shadow the vendors. Just some pics from the exhibits
I sell one Blockhouse for French Indian or A. Revolution Wars. I built/crafted this item with wood (upper body), DAS (lower body) and balsa (roof). I painted it with acrylic colours. I displayed it in my cabinet for a short period in a free smoke home. The construction with removable roof is suitable for 1/30-1/32 scale figures. I used it with my JJD collection.
I require 90,00 dollars (near 80,00 euro) for the building. Shipping costs by Registered Air Mail are: 20,00 euro to Europe,
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