In my last post it was announced that LOD had purchased Barzso Playset, Latest News!!! 09-19-19 ~ Ken Ciak of LOD Announces the purchase of Barzso Playsets!!. To help Ken decide on what items to recast I am posting some polls. The link to the poll is below the picture of the poll. Your feedback is important!!
In order to vote you have to click on the link over here, Which type of Barzso Foam pieces would you like to see be recast? You can choose more than one.
In order to vote you have to click on the link over here, What Barzso Playset figure sets would you like to see recast first?
Ken will decide what to recast and most likely start that some time early next year. Actually it might be soon than that. I talked to Ken before and he will probably look into making an order next month. So we might see something by the end of the year or early next year.
The 39th Chicago Toy Soldier Show ended a few hours ago. I heard that the room trading was a little slow this year. But the crowd was good at the show. I will let the picture do the talking about the show since I was not there. I hope to make it there next year.
I was sent some pictures from a few people and found some on a few of the forums. Here are some pictures that David Cook of https://micshaunscloset.com/ sent me of a few different rooms from the room trading.
This was Ed Borris’s room.
This is the room Hobby Bunker had set up in the hotel. You can visit them at there website, https://www.hobbybunker.com/.
Here are some pictures of the room that Ken of LOD had. Some of the pictures were taken by David Cook and some by Ken. Here is the LOD website, https://lodtoysoldiers.com/.
Here is the room of David & Kim Cook of MicShaun’s Closet/TSSD. Here is their website, https://micshaunscloset.com/.
Steve Weston from England had some of the latest Engineer Basevich sets with him. His website is here, http://plasticsoldiers.co.uk/.
Here is some pictures from the lobby of the hotel that the show was in. I like to again thank David Cook of MicShaun’s Closet for send me these pictures.
Here are some pictures from Austin Miniatures of their products at the Show. They had their new Marines and Japanese figures. You can go to their website over here, http://www.austinminiatures.com/.
Here are some pictures of a few of Paragon’s foam terrain pieces. You can go to their website over here, http://www.paragon-scenics.com/miniatures/HOME.html.
George of Minutemen Toy Soldiers always has the best displays. You can check out his website over here, http://www.mmtoysoldiers.com/.
Here are some pictures that George took of King & Country.
Here are some more pictures of the King & Country Vietnam display. I found these pictures on Treefrog Treasure forum.
Here are some unpainted prototypes of John Jenkins Designs. The first set is of Late Roman Command figures. The second set of figures looks like the characters from “The Last of The Mohicans”. I got these pictures from Treefrog Treasures forum.
Here is some more pictures of the huge display that Warring Warbirds did in the lobby of the Motel. I should have some information in the near future from Michael of Warring Warbirds.
Here are some more pictures that came from Treefrog Treasure forum that were taken by Beaufighter. All credit goes to him where I mentioned pictures from Treefrog.