Search:

Type: Posts; User: Larry Allen

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.04 seconds.

  1. Replies
    3
    Views
    69

    Re: Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

    Thanks Brad, I'll definitely check it out :)

    --- LaRRy
  2. Replies
    3
    Views
    69

    Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

    Question to all our Australian friends. ^&confuse
    I just found this lighthearted, but very good series on NETFLIX.

    Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries revolves around the personal and professional...
  3. Replies
    5
    Views
    220

    Re: THE COMMAND--Kursk movie trailer

    Given the cast and the historical events that unfolded at that time, it looks like real winner.

    BUT if you should look at my TreeFrog ICON you will see that I am not sure I could ever watch the...
  4. Replies
    19
    Views
    501

    Re: The M113 at work

    I "ditto" Tom's comment. Like Steve's work you have put a lot of work into this stunning display. A lot of fun, hidden details to uncover.
    I loved that Steamship the first time I saw it and it fits...
  5. Thread: Halt!!!

    by Larry Allen
    Replies
    3
    Views
    138

    Re: Halt!!!

    Interesting one, Duke. The facial expression on the front German says it all. Obviously, he is combat tested and knows all the tricks and signs to staying live.

    Nice.

    --- LaRRy
  6. Replies
    6
    Views
    405

    Re: There goes the neighbourhood

    OH DARN {sm2} I sure hope that the horde of armed guys attacking the front gate ARE NOT the fathers looking for me!

    --- LaRRy
  7. Replies
    19
    Views
    501

    Re: The M113 at work

    Wonderful setup and display, Robin.
    Non-combat scenes can offer so much variation, and you took advantage of that.

    Nice attention to smaller (but important) items. Stellar photos.
    Not my series...
  8. Replies
    7
    Views
    401

    Re: Final adjustments

    One area that seems lacking in this hobby is the manufacturers seem to shy away from making destroyed vehicles.
    How about a destroyed or damaged T.G. Jeep or Dodge?

    I know that K&C has made a...
  9. Replies
    3
    Views
    302

    Re: Knocked out Chi Ha

    NICE follow up of the previous T.G. thread Pacific display.

    However it seems that the Marines decided not to waste a 37mm shell on the CHI-HA and took them out with small arms fire. Good choice...
  10. Re: He was posted to the Classis Brittanica ....

    IT's all a frame up .. ya' see .. not me!
    I wanna' see DNA testing, I wanna see blood tests, I wanna' have them all take lie detector tests . OH wait, this is what year BC??? {sm2}

    Quick .. back...
  11. Replies
    7
    Views
    401

    Re: Final adjustments

    "ME" thinks that the Japanese CHI-HA is about to be burned toast! {sm2}

    I always take notice when I see a WWII Pacific scene . AND yours is ALWAYS one of the best.

    So you got the new TG...
  12. Replies
    2
    Views
    33

    Re: Happy Birthday Mirof

    Happy birthday celebration to a wonderful TreeFrog Forum contributor.
    Enjoy the day ...^&grin

    --- LaRRy
  13. Replies
    9
    Views
    316

    Re: Wanna Banana Sarge ?

    DITTO on all the previous comments.
    I always enjoy the FUN aspect you bring to this hobby MANY THANKS!

    I did notice that the Aussies are a bit afraid to take Mamma-san's corn though ...:tongue:...
  14. Re: New Releases for July 2019 - The Second World War

    A bit disappointed myself, but just view it as the ability to save up some $$$$ for some future WONDER that John is sure to produce. ...:tongue:

    --- LaRRy
  15. Re: JJDesigns Items Previewed at the Ontario Model Soldier Society Show Saturday June

    I also agree with the statements and ad that I would like to see TWO figure sets of a Hand-to-Hand combat between the Colonial and the (British/German). Something similar to the sets in the Jacobite...
  16. Re: JJDesigns Items Previewed at the Ontario Model Soldier Society Show Saturday June

    Rebellious Yanks :mad:

    HUFF! Humph! Blat! You KNEW THAT would raise my shackles !!!

    All we wanted was to drink our tea but, nooooooooooo.
    You guys had a to come over hear and raise quite a...
  17. Re: Trooping of the Colour at the University of Pittsburgh

    Dave,
    Very, very nice.
    I have set up displays at schools, historical societies and two museums.

    BUT . I have never attempted something so ambitious at what you did wonderful display.

    ---...
  18. Replies
    1
    Views
    52

    Re: Triple Frontier

    I saw this a while back, but I agree, a few twist and turns make it interesting so I will give it a B-.
    Trusted actors do a good job. Although the story line sounded like "ya' been there, done that"...
  19. Replies
    7
    Views
    288

    Re: My Battle of the Bulge dio

    Very realistic and well constructed BoB, Steve.
    I don't believe that it looks to crowded. If they were spread out it might lose the cohesion of the push towards Bastogne.

    Well done.

    --- LaRRy
  20. Re: Battle of the Hurtgen Forest............

    Good HEAVENS! {sm3}

    That has to be one of the most impressive, GRAND Scale production I have seen. You have surpassed your previous endeavors, from the looks of this.

    Your collection is...
  21. Re: Penalty for failure to pay taxes. Roman style

    As before, I love all the items that you have in your collection . above and beyond the figures.
    Darn I thought the IRS was hard.

    Fun scene, Steve.

    --- LaRRy
  22. Replies
    4
    Views
    405

    Re: Panzer Grenadiers: Last Stand

    A typical "Western Outlaw" setup and photo shoot SUPERB!!!!
    Another nice one Rob.

    Ya', not a lot left to fight over. I used to ponder why not just end the fighting and try at least to save...
  23. Replies
    53
    Views
    3,898

    Re: KING & COUNTRY Dispatches -- June 2019

    Morning Carlos,
    The research is part of the fun of this GREAT hobby. For me, admittedly, it was not much as WWII Pacific and the Navy is my area of interest. Along with the American Revolution, of...
  24. Replies
    53
    Views
    3,898

    Re: KING & COUNTRY Dispatches -- June 2019

    Well .. maybe .. :rolleyes2:.
    But then the PA26 should have been "19" => 19 44 ..{sm4}

    --- LaRRy
  25. Re: Some dioramas I made over the years about D-day and the battle for Normandy

    Afternoon Guy,
    I remember most of these. They were superb then and are superb now.
    Thanks for a little trip down memory lane.

    --- LaRRy
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4