We rerelease our 35-14 Hungarian panzer crew figure (sculpted by Gábor Szabó) with the old and a new head (sculpted by Miklós Páli). You can use this figure by all kind of vehicles of the Hungarian Royal Armies, but of course it is highly recommended crew for the Hungarian and German made AFVs.
We hope you will like the set!
In the last month happened many things by us. We moved to a new flat, a new family member has born and improving of the firm was a little bit slower. But now we are standing on new legs 🙂 and “are walking in the old path again”.
Our new release is a WWII scene wounded German soldiers with medics. We follow the braille scale line, because we and customers also like it.
April release is not a happy subject but part of the “story”. Soldiers fought and dead in the second world war (as in all wars in the history). An accessory set in scale 1/72 to diorama and vignette builder. The sculptor and painter was Gábor Szabó, who already finished the next release German medics and wounded infa
Our next release will be a Ronin like figure in Scale 54 mm. By painting and base building it was time to test a leaf puncher, a really smart tool to create more realistic trees. I chose a sycamore tree in its autumn form with yellowish leaves. I built the wood from wire and milliput, but the hardest point was how to make realistic twigs? First I used dried grass, later stronger wadding. The grass wasn’t so good idea. Next time I will look a thin dried plant with many branches and will add wadding at the end. For leaves the best material is the paper because it cans the glue drink in.
After the building process the painting was very easy. Airbrushed main colours and brush painted details, all with acrylics.
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 Schuller
The small one was painted by Gabor Szabó
Gábor is very busy this time, so his pictures are coming later.