Hello All, Many new products are coming in the next month as we earlier said. First one – or two, because it comes in Scales 1/9 and 1/16 too – will be the British Airborne Officer, Arnhem 1944. The boxart was just finished. We hope you like it. Sculpted By Darko Prenosil Painted by Balazs […]
In the First World War used the Austro-Hungarian Army many different colours by the uniforms. In the first part of the war was the blueish Hechtgrau the basic tone, and later comes the grey-green, or more grey (?) Feldgrau (not the same as the German uniform). But the basic tones had many shades, you can’t […]
These another new sets also will be available on the Moson Show on 21-23 April 2017, first offline. And up Monday 24 April 2017 you can buy them online too!
Gábor Szabó has painted this beautiful scene for our second kid set. The figure will be available on the Moson Show 22-23 April 2017. The set will include the plane and this small car model too. 🙂
Dear Friends! We were very busy in the last 4 month. The stock was uploaded and new figures are standing before release! In the next weeks we will have many surprises. But first we can announce these guys are available again. Thanks for your patience!
Gábor finished another Hungarian figure in scale 1/35. This and the policeman will be new year releases in January. We hope you like it! 😉
Gábor Szabó sculpted this policeman in scale 1/35. Also this uniform was used in the second world war, so you can use it on 1939-1945 dioramas. We will release the resin kit in the next month.
We release this small figure on the Scale Model Challange this weekend. It was sculpted by Gábor Szabó, the Scale is 1/35 and comes from resin. We hope you like it! 😉
A future release: Medieval street corner with steps The scale can be 54mm and 75mm too, fit to both sized figures It will be a 3 parts resin kit. Easy to assemble and fun to paint. Built by Péter Gráczol Painted by Balázs Schuller
A future release just painted. This is a typical Central-European village WC in 1:35. Built by Péter Gráczol and painted by Balázs Schuller.