Friday 25 December 2020

Anglo - Saxon Fyrd - Strelets

 56 Bods x 4 Sprues x 14 poses.

There´s a bit of flash on some of the Bods but  it´s not a lot so not too much effort to remove it. 

Bows and Javelins
Swords...sorry, Scramaseax. 

The review at PSR on this set  isn´t exactly glowing. Apart from the Bod swinging his Scramaseax with both hands and the Bod holding his spear with both hands (Right of the pic with the Spearmen) I like them and there is room for conversions. 

Saturday 19 December 2020

Elves - Light Alliance - Conversions

 There is always, however complicated, some conversion possibilities in every set of plastic 1/72nd Bods.

I´ve managed to get 5 from set 3. All archers but that´s what elves do best.

Body swops. Top halves swopped onto bottom halves. The two male elves were a straight exchange. the Top half of the Archer female from the kneeling pose onto the bottom half of the sword wielding standing pose.

Easy. Head swops. 
Imperial elven firing line
Archers from the three elven tribes together. 
Woodland elves
Mountain elves
High elves

Tuesday 15 December 2020

Elves - Light Alliance

 Another lot of fantasy bods from DDS, the Light Alliance´s Elves set 3 

10 poses in the set, virtually no flash. 3 of them are female and they could have gone with a second set of just females. Or possibly three sets. The first set cloaked and helmeted heavy inf types that could form a battle line and the second set archers and the third female fighters. 

When put alongside the average 1/72nd bod these are a bit taller but that´s ok as Elves are described as being around 6`6" (or taller) so taller than men. 


Ok...10 poses? 😏Na, I think there´s some conversions possible with this lot. Where´s my scalpel? 😉

Monday 7 December 2020

Anno 1329

My personal contribution to the 1329 Teutonic Diorama..
40 nags - (22 with riders)
271 bods - Soldiers and civilians
9 wagons/carts
7 mules, 4 Dogs, 1 ox,  and 3 pigs.
10 sleeping kniggits and 12 empty beds
1 fireplace, 2 chairs, 17 tables, 18 benches and a heap of pots and bowls