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Friday, July 20, 2018

BMC and Tim Mee Comparison


Tim Mee on the left and BMC on the right.  Note the right leg, pants pocket.  On the Tim Mee figure, it's just a bump on his leg.  On the BMC figures it's a real pocket with a flap and button.  Unusual that the copy figure is better than the original!


BMC figure on the left and Tim Mee figure on the right.  Note the backpack for the mine sweeper.  The button on the Tim Mee guy is above the flap, on the BMC figure he has a square button below the flap.  An interesting difference.

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Thursday, July 19, 2018

BMC Together Again for the First Time


The guard on duty, watching the HQ in an old farmhouse as the men sleep in their tents.


Alarm!


The men jump up and run to their positions. 


They bring their weapons to bear!


Their combined firepower holds the enemy at bay.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Red House


This is the red farm house by BMC.


I have combined it with some of the other recent BMC releases.


The Army Accessories set.


And a BMC figures set, in 60mm.


I think they go together very well with one another.

https://victorybuy.com/collections/bmc-toys/products/bmc-farm-house-red

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Size Matters


The officer figure, Tim Mee, BMC, and copy figure.  The BMC figure is very crisp detail and the surface is smooth.  Most of the copies have an almost granular surface texture.  Much of the detail is indistinct.


Grease gun man, Tim Mee, BMC, copy figure.  The Tim Mee grease gun figures often suffer from a broken barrel, the BMC barrel seems a tiny bit thicker so this may prove more durable.


Tripod mounted machine gunner, side view, Tim Mee, BMC, and copy.  All petty good from the side.  Note the BMC has a long barrel compared to the Tim Mee figure.


Tim Mee, BMC, and copy, from the back.  They all have a significant mold line on the back.  They all stand up pretty well, and the left arm sort of disappears into the back of the figures.


Crawling guy, copy, BMC, and Tim Mee.  You can see the size difference pretty well in this pose.  Also the rough surface of the copy is rather apparent too.  The color of the BMC figure shows the detail of the wrinkled shirt better on the back of the figure, it's there on the Tim Mee guy, just harder to see.


Prone firing, copy in the back, BMC in the middle and Tim Mee up close.  Size difference is not as large as this photos makes it seem.