Wednesday, 19 February 2014

A to Z of Wargaming. C is for....

Clutter.  In most of out toy/hobby rooms clutter is ever-present and no amount of tidying will ever banish it.  In my own toy room every horizontal surface is fair game for clutter and even hiding a lot of it away in boxes and drawers fails to prevent it's spread.
The photos show but a small part of the issue.  Above, on an area of shelf  less than 2 feet square can be seen toys in at least nine different scales and several stages of completion/neglect.  Below, well, all sorts of cr*p really.

14 comments:

Xaltotun of Python said...

You want to see mine.

Well, really, you don't.

Rob

Chris Kemp said...

Pfft. call that Clutter? I can see bare shelf peeping through! :O)

Regards, Chris.

Wg Cdr Luddite said...

As you don't smoke, can I have the contents of that King Edward cigar box please ?

Pete. said...

Got the pictures wrong Tim, the post is on Clutter but the pictures are for tidy.

Cheers,

Pete.

Stephen Thomas said...

I don't suppose you happen to have the four missing commandments somewhere amongst that lot do you?

Steve.

Col said...

May I quote Freddie Mercury ?
"I want to lead the Victorian life...surrounded by exquisite clutter!"

Hear Hear!
Col

Tim Gow said...

Xaltotun of Python
That sounds like a challenge!

Tim Gow said...

Chris Kemp
I did tidy up a bit before taking the photos....

Tim Gow said...

Wg Cdr Luddite
The contents? Certainly sir - a litre of slightly musty air is on it's way to you...

Tim Gow said...

Pete
It's often a lot worse...

Tim Gow said...

Stephen Thomas
I think I remember cutting them up for figure bases....

Tim Gow said...

Col
I'll settle for the Victorian life - but with a car and an iPad....

Archduke Piccolo said...

That, Tim, is a very small clutter. Mine occupies portions, albeit not so very large, of four rooms...

Tim Gow said...

Archduke Piccolo
The photos show but a small portion of my own clutter which basically fills the room!