|Hong Kong King Kong?|
Whilst I normally have a regime of forcing myself into doing something hobby-wise for at least an hour a day this has had to be reined back to fifteen minutes a day!
Nevertheless two weeks ago having been "cheesed off" at the price of a gorilla at Border Reiver I decided to see what else was available on the interwebs market.
The result can be seen in the photograph to the right:
Its a very solid piece of hard(ish) plastic and with just a slightly noticeable mold line running down it's face and back.
It's probably not the best I found (there were also at least two other very good ones), but for the lowly price of £2.76 , including postage, it'll be more than enough for my purposes.
Below are another few photographs of the piece:
|The rear view - for those that like that sort of thing.|
|With 28mm explorer for scale|
|My meagre Border Reiver loot.|
Just the four lots,, the fourth being what they're all 'sitting' on.
|Mule train for Jimlannd and for pirates to plunder|
|Some assembly required !|
|d20s @ 25p each - a bargain !|
|A few more d20s and not a direction die in sight - DOH!|
|More foam trays !|
I dispensed with the generous offer of buying a cardboard box to keep them in , as I'll be sticking to my cheap (as in free) plastic vegetable trays,.
I get three foam trays in one of the veggie trays and they stack too!
|"Get yer 'at's 'ere"|
This last offering was also my first purchase of the show as I visited Col. Bill's gievn an offer I couldn't refuse from that slick talking salesman Roy!
I was assured that luggage, especially with hatboxes was the very thing I was looking for and was all the rage too!
|Lots of resin goodies|
All of which were very well received
The loo is of the out-door type and will have to be assembled, but that expected these days I guess.
|The loo in its constituent parts.|
|Another view of the bits, with seat in situ|
That's it then for this week, time for more meds and as always your comments are both welcomed and appreciated!