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Posted by ModernKiwi on 01 May 2012, 10:31

I like it. Nice and tidy and you have a good view to distract you...
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Posted by Susofrick on 02 May 2012, 10:17

Agree with Chris!
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Posted by vellek on 05 May 2012, 01:43

Here's my little corner of paradise...or as my wife is known to call it, "the Dungeon"

Here's where I work:
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Before my figs are painted they are stored in their boxes in bins to keep them safe and dry:
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After they are finished I pack them in polyfill and keep them close by, so I can look at them later!
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Posted by Anwenoit on 30 May 2012, 12:06

Some of my figures awaiting an acrylic treatment - rough estimation is next 50-55 years...

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Posted by zzed on 30 May 2012, 17:09

Anwenoit wrote:Some of my figures awaiting an acrylic treatment - rough estimation is next 50-55 years...


I can see that you have Revell's Australian infantry - what is your opinion about their compatibility with Esci's ww2 sets, regarding their size?

many thanks
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Posted by Peter on 30 May 2012, 17:43

I've got two questions:

1. what is the difference between the two sets of zulu's?
2. can you make a picture of the shields of the zulu's and their description?

Very nice collection BTW ;-) :thumbup:
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Posted by Anwenoit on 30 May 2012, 18:19

@ zzed
Revell Austrailans and ESCI 8th Army are fully compatible and interchangeable IMHO. The heads I mean, because the Revell's product accurately depicts the peculiar Australian jackets, not applicable to the British and NZ units.
The size is just the same so don't hesitate to mix them up.

@ Peter
I'm one of those nerds who get one of the sets in order to keep it "MIB on sprue" :-)
Thus - if you mean the Call To Arms set, there's a photo available on PSR. Early days when he intended to paint everything up.
http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/Review.aspx?id=17
EDIT: Ah, now I understand - the two horizontal Zulu boxes on the left are 1/32nd. Awfully sorry for prophanating this esteemed forum.

Please, feel free to pose the questions since there're many more boxes on my unfortunate shelves...

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Posted by zzed on 30 May 2012, 18:26

many, many thanks :thumbup: :-D
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Posted by Peter on 30 May 2012, 22:13

Thanks for the answer :thumbup: In the meantime I had a look at the ACTA website, and now I know what the difference is between the boxes ;-)

In the left top corner I see two big boxes of Esci. Wich battle sets are they? :-D
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Posted by dutchboyinohio on 31 May 2012, 03:04

Peter wrote:In the left top corner I see two big boxes of Esci. Wich battle sets are they? :-D


510 should be Salamanca 1812
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514 should be Khyber Pass 1879
Couldn't find a picture. I know these sets are getting harder and harder to come by.
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Posted by Anwenoit on 31 May 2012, 07:33

Yes, dutchboy :thumbup: - and the second one is "Waterloo".

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Posted by Anwenoit on 01 Jun 2012, 12:08

Those three black boxes on the right come from now defunct "Morion Miniatures" - a short lived range of metal 20mm 17th century figures.

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Posted by dutchboyinohio on 01 Jun 2012, 15:13

Forget about those three boxes. Look at that stack of Atlantic boxes on the top of the shelves!! :love: :love: :love:
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Posted by santifernandez on 16 Aug 2012, 20:34

Hello all,my hobby room......
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Posted by zzed on 17 Aug 2012, 12:31

looks very well organised and tidy

quite unusual :shock: :-D
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Posted by Ben Bob on 12 Jul 2013, 19:15

A touch of safety from an entropic world...

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Posted by bilsonius on 13 Jul 2013, 04:24

Safety? You must have been hanging on the ceiling to take a shot from that angle! :shock: :nono: :roll:
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Posted by Ben Bob on 13 Jul 2013, 08:49

:lol: Don't worry, I'm tall and my ceiling is low!
I still had to stretch though.
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Posted by Emperor on 16 Jul 2013, 20:46

Get ready for the ugliest room in whole modeling world...
I guess the mess is normal in my room, and in my head...Anyway we moved from basement...We hope to move again when I get job, so I can reorganize and isolate attic, it got a lot of space...Also I turned my whole house into modeling laboratory...
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Posted by KenzoSato on 16 Jul 2013, 22:07

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