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Larry McNeel

4:18 AM on October 16, 2009 

Joe : We last spoke a few months ago. I told you of some projects I was working on and promised to send pictures. I've misplaced your email address. Send me an email and I'll shoot you some pix back.

Regards !

Larry in KC

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4:38 AM on October 15, 2009 

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9:17 PM on October 2, 2009 

Very nice site!

Nairod8

10:11 AM on September 21, 2009

Joe Carvalho says...

Dorian, I use the figures produced my many plastic toy soldier makers. On occassion, I swop heads from one figure to another, or arm positions/ leg positions , or drill ouot the hands and add a flag, weapon or tool. Generally I use the actual figure then paint them. Armies in Plastic, and BMC figures are some of teh most inexpensive...AIP is a better grade of figure and scale - Joe C


Thanks man, now i can start making my own men, yay!!


Dorian

Joe Carvalho

11:25 AM on September 18, 2009 

Dorian, I use the figures produced my many plastic toy soldier makers. On occassion, I swop heads from one figure to another, or arm positions/ leg positions , or drill ouot the hands and add a flag, weapon or tool. Generally I use the actual figure then paint them. Armies in Plastic, and BMC figures are some of teh most inexpensive...AIP is a better grade of figure and scale - Joe C

Dorian

2:48 PM on September 17, 2009 

could u tell me how to make the american revolutionary figurines?

Luiz Paulo Cicogna Faggioni

11:22 PM on September 11, 2009 

Congratulations, super...

Joe Carvalho

7:29 AM on July 6, 2009 

question:

reed fitkin says...

Where can I find diorama buildings for the Mexican/American War of 1846? I saw bits and pieces of a couple buildings in your War With Mexico Part1. Do you sell diorama pieces?

Answer: I often make my own buildings out of foam core..but it's really hard to beat BMC plastic snap-together buildings. To get that adobe look with the parapetted roof, it's best to use foam core. You can make an entire village with one 3' x 2' sheet. When you make the cuts on the foam core do not slice all the way through the second layer of cardboard. That way you can fold the four sides into the rectangular shape of the building glue..then use pins to keep the building in its shape until the glue dries. cut a roof piece and fit it into the top of the building..giving yourself enough height of the wall to provide a protective wall for your troops on nthe roof. I usually cut windows and doors

and doors before folding. after everything is dry, I use a "suede" or some other other textured spray paint to give it that adobe surface (tan or off white). You can make an entire village for about $20 (foam core , elmers glue, exacto knife, and spray paint).- Good luck on the project.- regards- Joe Carvalho

reed fitkin1

2:19 AM on July 6, 2009 

Where can I find diorama buildings for the Mexican/American War of 1846? I saw bits and pieces of a couple buildings in your War With Mexico Part1. Do you sell diorama pieces?

taki

4:07 AM on June 21, 2009 

hi

i am kinder surprise collector,have some pvc soldies,i need to sell

Pete Bogster

1:49 PM on June 9, 2009

Haven't peeked in for a while. Great stuff Joe. How about some of the Musuem shots of the 10's?

Larry c1

2:46 AM on May 31, 2009

Once again i enjoyed your site. Your nile boat is spectacular. Best regards. I hope to visit the museum and see the toy soldier exhibit in the next few weeks hope all is well..

Alicia M. Leon

3:43 PM on May 30, 2009

I found this site by accident, but I totally love it! The music adds a wonderful touch.

Joe C

1:18 PM on May 26, 2009

Dear Isabel, I have added Mr. Navas' site to my links page. He is one of the most talented artists in this field. I do this con mucho gusto. Viva Espana!

Joe C

1:16 PM on May 26, 2009

Dear Mr. Moore,

I would be glad to add a link to your site. Your publications are essential to our hobby. I have a huge collection of your publications which I use as reference material all the time. If you could put a reciprocal link to my site on your site I would be grateful. My site is a non-competing , non-commercial hobbyists site dedicated to expanding interest in this hobby. I have over 250,000 hits per year

isabel

12:17 PM on May 26, 2009

hello:

First excuseme for my english lenguage, and congratulation for your work ist marvellous���.

i would like suggest a european painted and producer studio

http://www.asturtoys.com/

Have got:

museum figures

Toys soldiers producer by asturtoys

exposition in room of art

and more

please visit this web and enjoy

Edward Moore

9:06 AM on April 29, 2009

Dear Sir/Madam,


My name is Edward Moore and I work for an company called Osprey Publishing. We publish Military History publications and are considered an authority in military history.


I'd like to link our web site to the Joe Soldiers website link page.


Our web site is: www.ospreypublishing.com


Please could you confirm that you are happy doing this?


Thanks,

yahoooo

6:12 PM on April 27, 2009

Hi, I found your site using yahoooo, does your site support firefox?

pip45pec

9:12 PM on April 23, 2009 

aaaa179zzz

Joe C

6:44 PM on April 21, 2009 

Leonardo, I have a link to your site on my Links page below. You have an excellent selection for hobbyists. Regards,- Joe carvalho

emile roberts

10:20 AM on April 21, 2009 

I am new to this site. Looks interesting at firsthand. Hope I am not disappointed in what I find.

Joe C

4:21 PM on April 18, 2009 

Sarah, He's 8 years old and going strong. He is very affectionate, loyal, communicates well, and won't go to bed until teh last person in teh house heads to bed (he works "security" in the house...) I'm sure that your choodle will have similar traits. - Joe carvalho

sarah

1:19 PM on April 18, 2009 

How old is your dog Scooter? We also have a choodle and he is only 5 months. Scooter looks a lot like ours

john cocciardi

10:12 PM on April 10, 2009 

joe Carvalho says...

okay thanks joe have a good time John C., if you need further details email me at [email protected] I'll be in Key West for a fews days and when I return I'll get back to you okay?- Regards- Joe Carvalho

Joe cARVALHO

10:28 AM on April 10, 2009 

Louis, thanks for the comments, but I have to say that YOUR coversions sound a lot more complicated than mine. handling metal figures that way must be challenging. I'd love to see teh photos of your work. Regards- Joe carvalho

joe Carvalho

10:26 AM on April 10, 2009

John C., if you need further details email me at [email protected] I'll be in Key West for a fews days and when I return I'll get back to you okay?- Regards- Joe Carvalho

Louis S. Steinberg

6:12 PM on April 7, 2009 

Wonderful, wonderful conversions and dioramas !! I also do conversions, but only on 75-80mm hollow-cast metal Dimestore toy Dimestore toysoldiers. Only for my own pleasure. Not for resale.

john cocciardi

9:53 PM on April 6, 2009 

oh and btw maybe if i can get your email i will send you photographs of the diorama i am working on when i am finished. then based on that you can give me a few pointers mayb?

john cocciardi

9:53 PM on April 6, 2009 

thanks alot joe! what site do u reccomend buying those scales? nd i was talking about a city remains type thing in italy or russia.

Joe Carvalho

7:39 PM on April 6, 2009 

John, WWII dioramas depend upon what "theatre" of Operations (Pacific island, jungle, Normandy, bocage country in France, Italy, North Africa, winter war in Finland or Russia, cities, countryside. Lots of choices in a World War...let me know what area you need advice in. As to 1/72nd figures and vehicles...good choice for large WWII dioramas. If you are using plastic rememeber teh most important thing is to wash teh figures in dishwashing liquid (warm) thoroughly..then dry thoroughly. The spray them with a flat undercoat (You can get flat olive green fro US, flat dark grey fro Germans, flat tan fro North African units....then over paint the details. Since I uxse my figures fro gaming as well, I usually "base" them on very small metal washers first with superglue or Elmers (takes longer to dry) before spray painting them. This gives them a low cetner of gravity so they don't fall over. Use flat military modellers paint (I use Vallejo or Humbrel). I use railraod scenic ground work media (sand color, greens, browns..depending upon terrain) for teh bases ..use very fine grain media for 1/72nd scale. this makes teh figures look like they are walking through real terrain....Let me know if you need other thoughts...this is a good start- Regards- Joe Carvalho

john cocciardi

4:35 PM on April 6, 2009 

dear joe,

i was wondering if you had any tips on how to build ww2 dioramas and where i could buy some great 1:72 scale figures for them. i just love working with small figures like that! it creates a challenge if you know what i mean. and also could you tell me how you paint your figures?

Joe C

7:49 AM on March 31, 2009 

Mark, Armies in Plastic Co. provide the widest range of WWI 54mm figures out there. Emhar also makes them although they are a little smaller in scale. I like their artillery though. - Joe Carvalho

Mark

11:35 PM on March 30, 2009 

I'm looking for world war one miniature figures for a low price. Any suggestions would help!!

Brendan White

7:11 PM on March 24, 2009

hello Joe, i like the new colonial shots, AIP have new cavalry, they look good.

Joe Carvalho

9:07 PM on March 20, 2009

I only sell figures by diorama groupings. For instance, the entire 3,000 piece Civil War diorama is $17,000. Other diorama are priced accordingly. Most are around $2,000

ari

4:43 PM on March 20, 2009

do you sell figures?

ari

4:43 PM on March 20, 2009

do you sell figures?

ari

4:43 PM on March 20, 2009

do you sell figures?

Dan H

12:07 PM on February 15, 2009 

Hello Mr Ross,just got the ok from Joe C to talk with you using the Guest book.I have some Civil War figures/artly you might be interested in.. my email is [email protected]

EDWARD G. ROSS

8:29 AM on February 13, 2009

I am looking for American Civil War figures and artillery in 54mm scale for use on my civil war garden railroad. Are the items for sale on this site or where can I buy them? Thanks! Ned Ross

Joe C

7:33 AM on February 2, 2009 

Ron, Are you referring to the Connecticut Valley Miniature Figures Collectors club? Or Ken Cliffes' "All The King's Men' 54mm gaming group? - Joe C

Ron Watson

11:35 AM on February 1, 2009 

I am a collector of 54mm figures with the main emphasis on the Civil War, the Alamo and to some extent the Battle of Waterloo.

When and where do you meet.

I do understand that yours is a loosely knit organization.

Thank you.

Falso Profeta

3:21 AM on January 29, 2009 

Wow, this page is great! Thanks

Joe

8:23 PM on January 25, 2009

Sal, This guest book serves as my newsletter fro now. I plan to retire fairly soon. I will do a regular one when that time comes. Tnanks for keeping in touch - Joe C

steve

8:05 PM on January 25, 2009

excelent work and look forward to more...

Sal

5:42 PM on January 23, 2009

71.192.171.x


Joe, many thanks for your very detailed response. I just looked at the scaleink site. I am not seeing Brit WWI heads per say. At least not the #SMAB02 piece.


I will email those fellows. See what they say.


Again, thanks. Your work is very very authentic looking. A real talent.! Do you have an news letter, etc.?


Please let me know,


Sal

Nick

8:30 AM on December 27, 2008

Thanks Joe for your compliments and I will place your site on ours today.

Regards,

Nick

joe C

6:41 PM on December 26, 2008 

Nick, I would be happy to exchange links. - Regards- Joe C

Nick

5:25 PM on December 26, 2008

Hey Joe, cool web site.

Can you add this site to your links. Thanks


www.battlesceneproductions.net

Larry McNeel

4:18 AM on October 16, 2009 

Joe : We last spoke a few months ago. I told you of some projects I was working on and promised to send pictures. I've misplaced your email address. Send me an email and I'll shoot you some pix back.

Regards !

Larry in KC

nisha

4:38 AM on October 15, 2009 

Our site Detail are

nisha

4:37 AM on October 15, 2009 

Our site Detail are

:- t-shirt printing


:- We make sure blank t-shirt and t-shirt printing pricing are the lowest available by regularly comparing t shirt prices with our competitors.


Thanks for your time and please do let me know if you want any further details. Waiting for your reply,


Best Regards,


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Email :[email protected]

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Very nice site!

9:17 PM on October 2, 2009 

Very nice site!

Nairod8

10:11 AM on September 21, 2009

Joe Carvalho says...

Dorian, I use the figures produced my many plastic toy soldier makers. On occassion, I swop heads from one figure to another, or arm positions/ leg positions , or drill ouot the hands and add a flag, weapon or tool. Generally I use the actual figure then paint them. Armies in Plastic, and BMC figures are some of teh most inexpensive...AIP is a better grade of figure and scale - Joe C


Thanks man, now i can start making my own men, yay!!


Dorian

Joe Carvalho

11:25 AM on September 18, 2009 

Dorian, I use the figures produced my many plastic toy soldier makers. On occassion, I swop heads from one figure to another, or arm positions/ leg positions , or drill ouot the hands and add a flag, weapon or tool. Generally I use the actual figure then paint them. Armies in Plastic, and BMC figures are some of teh most inexpensive...AIP is a better grade of figure and scale - Joe C

Dorian

2:48 PM on September 17, 2009 

could u tell me how to make the american revolutionary figurines?

Luiz Paulo Cicogna Faggioni

11:22 PM on September 11, 2009 

Congratulations, super...

Joe Carvalho

7:29 AM on July 6, 2009 

question:

reed fitkin says...

Where can I find diorama buildings for the Mexican/American War of 1846? I saw bits and pieces of a couple buildings in your War With Mexico Part1. Do you sell diorama pieces?

Answer: I often make my own buildings out of foam core..but it's really hard to beat BMC plastic snap-together buildings. To get that adobe look with the parapetted roof, it's best to use foam core. You can make an entire village with one 3' x 2' sheet. When you make the cuts on the foam core do not slice all the way through the second layer of cardboard. That way you can fold the four sides into the rectangular shape of the building glue..then use pins to keep the building in its shape until the glue dries. cut a roof piece and fit it into the top of the building..giving yourself enough height of the wall to provide a protective wall for your troops on nthe roof. I usually cut windows and doors

and doors before folding. after everything is dry, I use a "suede" or some other other textured spray paint to give it that adobe surface (tan or off white). You can make an entire village for about $20 (foam core , elmers glue, exacto knife, and spray paint).- Good luck on the project.- regards- Joe Carvalho

reed fitkin1

2:19 AM on July 6, 2009 

Where can I find diorama buildings for the Mexican/American War of 1846? I saw bits and pieces of a couple buildings in your War With Mexico Part1. Do you sell diorama pieces?

taki

4:07 AM on June 21, 2009 

hi

i am kinder surprise collector,have some pvc soldies,i need to sell

Pete Bogster

1:49 PM on June 9, 2009

Haven't peeked in for a while. Great stuff Joe. How about some of the Musuem shots of the 10's?

Larry c1

2:46 AM on May 31, 2009

Once again i enjoyed your site. Your nile boat is spectacular. Best regards. I hope to visit the museum and see the toy soldier exhibit in the next few weeks hope all is well..

Alicia M. Leon

3:43 PM on May 30, 2009

I found this site by accident, but I totally love it! The music adds a wonderful touch.

Joe C

1:18 PM on May 26, 2009

Dear Isabel, I have added Mr. Navas' site to my links page. He is one of the most talented artists in this field. I do this con mucho gusto. Viva Espana!

Joe C

1:16 PM on May 26, 2009

Dear Mr. Moore,

I would be glad to add a link to your site. Your publications are essential to our hobby. I have a huge collection of your publications which I use as reference material all the time. If you could put a reciprocal link to my site on your site I would be grateful. My site is a non-competing , non-commercial hobbyists site dedicated to expanding interest in this hobby. I have over 250,000 hits per year

isabel

12:17 PM on May 26, 2009

hello:

First excuseme for my english lenguage, and congratulation for your work ist marvellous���.

i would like suggest a european painted and producer studio

http://www.asturtoys.com/

Have got:

museum figures

Toys soldiers producer by asturtoys

exposition in room of art

and more

please visit this web and enjoy

Edward Moore

9:06 AM on April 29, 2009

Dear Sir/Madam,


My name is Edward Moore and I work for an company called Osprey Publishing. We publish Military History publications and are considered an authority in military history.


I'd like to link our web site to the Joe Soldiers website link page.


Our web site is: www.ospreypublishing.com


Please could you confirm that you are happy doing this?


Thanks,

yahoooo

6:12 PM on April 27, 2009

Hi, I found your site using yahoooo, does your site support firefox?

pip45pec

9:12 PM on April 23, 2009 

aaaa179zzz

Joe C

6:44 PM on April 21, 2009 

Leonardo, I have a link to your site on my Links page below. You have an excellent selection for hobbyists. Regards,- Joe carvalho

emile roberts

10:20 AM on April 21, 2009 

I am new to this site. Looks interesting at firsthand. Hope I am not disappointed in what I find.

Joe C

4:21 PM on April 18, 2009 

Sarah, He's 8 years old and going strong. He is very affectionate, loyal, communicates well, and won't go to bed until teh last person in teh house heads to bed (he works "security" in the house...) I'm sure that your choodle will have similar traits. - Joe carvalho

sarah

1:19 PM on April 18, 2009 

How old is your dog Scooter? We also have a choodle and he is only 5 months. Scooter looks a lot like ours

john cocciardi

10:12 PM on April 10, 2009 

joe Carvalho says...

okay thanks joe have a good time John C., if you need further details email me at [email protected] I'll be in Key West for a fews days and when I return I'll get back to you okay?- Regards- Joe Carvalho

Joe cARVALHO

10:28 AM on April 10, 2009 

Louis, thanks for the comments, but I have to say that YOUR coversions sound a lot more complicated than mine. handling metal figures that way must be challenging. I'd love to see teh photos of your work. Regards- Joe carvalho

joe Carvalho

10:26 AM on April 10, 2009

John C., if you need further details email me at [email protected] I'll be in Key West for a fews days and when I return I'll get back to you okay?- Regards- Joe Carvalho

Louis S. Steinberg

6:12 PM on April 7, 2009 

Wonderful, wonderful conversions and dioramas !! I also do conversions, but only on 75-80mm hollow-cast metal Dimestore toy Dimestore toysoldiers. Only for my own pleasure. Not for resale.

john cocciardi

9:53 PM on April 6, 2009 

oh and btw maybe if i can get your email i will send you photographs of the diorama i am working on when i am finished. then based on that you can give me a few pointers mayb?

john cocciardi

9:53 PM on April 6, 2009 

thanks alot joe! what site do u reccomend buying those scales? nd i was talking about a city remains type thing in italy or russia.

Joe Carvalho

7:39 PM on April 6, 2009 

John, WWII dioramas depend upon what "theatre" of Operations (Pacific island, jungle, Normandy, bocage country in France, Italy, North Africa, winter war in Finland or Russia, cities, countryside. Lots of choices in a World War...let me know what area you need advice in. As to 1/72nd figures and vehicles...good choice for large WWII dioramas. If you are using plastic rememeber teh most important thing is to wash teh figures in dishwashing liquid (warm) thoroughly..then dry thoroughly. The spray them with a flat undercoat (You can get flat olive green fro US, flat dark grey fro Germans, flat tan fro North African units....then over paint the details. Since I uxse my figures fro gaming as well, I usually "base" them on very small metal washers first with superglue or Elmers (takes longer to dry) before spray painting them. This gives them a low cetner of gravity so they don't fall over. Use flat military modellers paint (I use Vallejo or Humbrel). I use railraod scenic ground work media (sand color, greens, browns..depending upon terrain) for teh bases ..use very fine grain media for 1/72nd scale. this makes teh figures look like they are walking through real terrain....Let me know if you need other thoughts...this is a good start- Regards- Joe Carvalho

john cocciardi

4:35 PM on April 6, 2009 

dear joe,

i was wondering if you had any tips on how to build ww2 dioramas and where i could buy some great 1:72 scale figures for them. i just love working with small figures like that! it creates a challenge if you know what i mean. and also could you tell me how you paint your figures?

Joe C

7:49 AM on March 31, 2009 

Mark, Armies in Plastic Co. provide the widest range of WWI 54mm figures out there. Emhar also makes them although they are a little smaller in scale. I like their artillery though. - Joe Carvalho

Mark

11:35 PM on March 30, 2009 

I'm looking for world war one miniature figures for a low price. Any suggestions would help!!

Brendan White

7:11 PM on March 24, 2009

hello Joe, i like the new colonial shots, AIP have new cavalry, they look good.

Joe Carvalho

9:07 PM on March 20, 2009

I only sell figures by diorama groupings. For instance, the entire 3,000 piece Civil War diorama is $17,000. Other diorama are priced accordingly. Most are around $2,000

ari

4:43 PM on March 20, 2009

do you sell figures?

ari

4:43 PM on March 20, 2009

do you sell figures?

ari

4:43 PM on March 20, 2009

do you sell figures?

Dan H

12:07 PM on February 15, 2009 

Hello Mr Ross,just got the ok from Joe C to talk with you using the Guest book.I have some Civil War figures/artly you might be interested in.. my email is [email protected]

EDWARD G. ROSS

8:29 AM on February 13, 2009

I am looking for American Civil War figures and artillery in 54mm scale for use on my civil war garden railroad. Are the items for sale on this site or where can I buy them? Thanks! Ned Ross

Joe C

7:33 AM on February 2, 2009 

Ron, Are you referring to the Connecticut Valley Miniature Figures Collectors club? Or Ken Cliffes' "All The King's Men' 54mm gaming group? - Joe C

Ron Watson

11:35 AM on February 1, 2009 

I am a collector of 54mm figures with the main emphasis on the Civil War, the Alamo and to some extent the Battle of Waterloo.

When and where do you meet.

I do understand that yours is a loosely knit organization.

Thank you.

Falso Profeta

3:21 AM on January 29, 2009 

Wow, this page is great! Thanks

Joe

8:23 PM on January 25, 2009

Sal, This guest book serves as my newsletter fro now. I plan to retire fairly soon. I will do a regular one when that time comes. Tnanks for keeping in touch - Joe C

steve

8:05 PM on January 25, 2009

excelent work and look forward to more...

Sal

5:42 PM on January 23, 2009

71.192.171.x


Joe, many thanks for your very detailed response. I just looked at the scaleink site. I am not seeing Brit WWI heads per say. At least not the #SMAB02 piece.


I will email those fellows. See what they say.


Again, thanks. Your work is very very authentic looking. A real talent.! Do you have an news letter, etc.?


Please let me know,


Sal

Nick

8:30 AM on December 27, 2008

Thanks Joe for your compliments and I will place your site on ours today.

Regards,

Nick

joe C

6:41 PM on December 26, 2008 

Nick, I would be happy to exchange links. - Regards- Joe C

Nick

5:25 PM on December 26, 2008

Hey Joe, cool web site.

Can you add this site to your links. Thanks


www.battlesceneproductions.net

joe C

11:32 AM on December 18, 2008

Victor, I will add a link - Joe C

Victor

1:06 AM on December 18, 2008 

Hi Joe,


fantastic website on your dioramas. I would like to link my website to yours.

Please let me know.

http://www.gcmtoy.com

Rgds Victor

Joe C

5:08 PM on December 12, 2008 

Sal, AIP could be used but teh figures are a little bulky...resprenting teh "hefty" build of Russians as opposed to the slighter...but perhaps tougher, Japanese figures. That's why I used the bodies of BMC,and Marx Civil War figures and changed the heads. I useed Scalelink WWI Britihs heads and filed down teh cap to look more like teh Japanese model. See section on my Links page and click on Scalelink page..and check out 1/32nd WWI section and scroll to bottom of list under "heads and Arms" ..look for:Stiff Peak Cap (Reference #SMAB02)

Set of eight heads.