Some insights into a crazy world of model soldiers, toys to some, a business to others, an amazing realm where there are no limits other than your imagination, tempered with a bit of research and history.
So I've herd.
You have people flocking to your blog so don't be sheepish about it.Ewe know what I mean.
I have fleeced this storyline.
I don't get it; but it is hilarious!
It's a play on words on a slightly irreverent saying.
Got that part. It is the words "They're coming." Zeds maybe?I won't be able to do my chores until I find out.
OK. if you read between the lines of my 'Old MacDonalds Farm' post you might be disappointed in the 'sheep' component of the commission. The only sheep available were Soay sheep which, if painted correctly come out as brown-ish and not white. A traditional farmyard collection would likely include some of the white woolly kind of sheep so I bought some from a different supplier.They dropped onto my doormat this morning so they will be blogged soon.Sorry, no Zeds.
Thanks. I can relax now. Looking forward to the flock.
At a show all day but the flock were cleaned up and undercoated this evening.
Hope you dip 'em!
Unfortunately not, no dip, but they will get a good wash.