• M.I.M. “BLUE-EYED SOLDIERS”.

    At the end of the 90s, a Belgian friend told me that M.I.M. molds were for sale. A few days later, we were in Brussels, in a beautiful 19th century house, and we were climbing a staircase with stained glass windows, which certainly led us to paradise. On the third floor, a large, very bright …

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  • Manufacture of a MIM soldier.

    This article will allow us to follow step by step, the process of the realization of a figurine, from its conception until its birth and its production. From the project to the realization, from the first drawings to the plaster masters, from the mold to the finished figurine: all stages of production. The study of …

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  • Open the box !

    The imaginary. Who has not dreamed as a child, in front of a richly decorated box of soldiers with a beautifully drawn label? It is placed in the merchant’s window, standing, slightly tilted among other toys. It has remained closed, and this cardboard box gives us a glimpse of the richness of its decoration of …

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  • The tin soldier. Small historical reminder.

    The expression “lead soldier” is a generic term. It encompasses both plastic and tinplate soldier, as well as composition and aluminum. This quick overview of the subject will perhaps allow curious neophytes to see a little more clearly. Tin soldiers. (Soldats de plomb), (Bleisoldaten). The three great nations of the lead soldier, as we know, …

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