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1/35 Figures

Postby Gerry Bullock » Mon Nov 11, 2013 4:04 pm

http://www.modelchoice.net/catalogue/figures/

Very extensive range here that look superb:
http://www.mk35.com/index.php?option=co ... =1&lang=en
They are sold unpainted.
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Postby rue_d_etropal » Mon Nov 11, 2013 4:24 pm

both the Plusmodels and MK35 ranges are excellent, just a bit pricey for figures for me. The MK35 ones are especially nice, and if well painted can add a lot to a small scene.
The Preiser 1/35 1940s refugees and other sets are cheaper and still very nice. Miniart and Masterbox produce and are still adding more nice sets of figures. The main advantage with these plastic figures is that they can be easily adapted.
I have been tempted by some of the other models produced by MK35 though.

Gerry, are you tempted to try some modelling in 1/35 scale.

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just had another look at the Mk35 website. The buildings and accessories are actually pretty good value. There are importers into UK, but some of the more interesting items are not available, whereas they all seem to be available directly. I like the cycle taxi, having seen photos of interesting conversions, but never in model form.
I will have to get on with my WW1 so I can get back to my 1940s era model.
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Postby Gerry Bullock » Tue Nov 12, 2013 4:04 pm

rue_d_etropal wrote:
Gerry, are you tempted to try some modelling in 1/35 scale.

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just had another look at the Mk35 website. The buildings and accessories are actually pretty good value. There are importers into UK, but some of the more interesting items are not available, whereas they all seem to be available directly. I like the cycle taxi, having seen photos of interesting conversions, but never in model form.
I will have to get on with my WW1 so I can get back to my 1940s era model.


Unlikely Simon although I'm tempted.
Currently I'm constructing an On30 layout to use items acquired over the years. Stalled though as I've just had two cataract operations and cannot see close-up. OK for driving no specs for the first time in 70 years.
Have to wait for implant lenses to settle down before I get Gnew specs - around Christmas time.
So little time, so many ideas!!!!! GerryB.

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Postby rue_d_etropal » Tue Nov 12, 2013 7:26 pm

Gerry
1/35 is much easier on the eyes than 1/48 :roll:
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Narrow gauge Francophile interested in 1m, 60cm,50cm , 40cm and smaller gauges . Build in scales from 1/6th to 1/24th. Also 1/32nd and 1/35th using 16.5mm track to represent 50cm and 60cm gauges.
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