Dear ladies and Gentlemen,
As my very first post of this year I present you about 16 of my old Revell 8th Army soldiers in 1:72 plastic. Ok 2 of them are actually HäT figures but hey who's checking, right? Anyway these figures are some of my oldest miniatures, I bought them aged 15 in our local toy store. There are some figures from 2 different Revell 8th Army boxes to whit the Scottish Infantry set and some of the Australian Infantry set.
Let's have a look at them shall we?
Some figures in fairly relaxed poses, well one isn't actually relaxed, but for him the war is over.
Some action poses.
Sitting poses with support weapons. The brengunner on the right is a Revell figure the other 2 are HäT figures.
The shooting figures and officer
Now 16 foot figures in roughly 20mm scale should be worth about 64 points. So that's a nice start for now.
Nice work Sander! It's great to see some of these venerable plastics get a bit of the spotlight. Some of the poses are typical to early plastics and quite 'unique'. The running chap looks like he's going to pull a hamstring, and what is the fellow in the first image on the far right up to? It looks like he's either shaving or about the top himself (or maybe both?).
I quite like the arid basing you've created for these and those buildings are just brilliant (love the rug over the doorway).
These lads will give you 64 points - well done Sander!